“Younger Games” Sees Marvin Rapidly De-Age in Grimsburg’s Hilarious New Episode, May 5 on FOX


The latest episode of the animated sitcom Grimsburg sees the show’s protagonist, Marvin Flute, attempt to become immortal by drinking a special potion. However, the plan backfires when the potion causes rapid de-aging, and Marvin finds himself facing a series of unexpected challenges and consequences.

Grimsburg is set in the fictional town of the same name and follows the story of detective Marvin Flute, who is known as the greatest detective but struggles to figure out his own family. The show is created by Catlan McClelland and Matthew Schlissel and premiered on January 7, 2024, on FOX.

In the upcoming episode, titled “Younger Games,” Marvin, voiced by Jon Hamm, takes a daring step in his pursuit of immortality by drinking a special potion. However, the potion has an unexpected side effect, causing Marvin to rapidly de-age. This leads to a series of hilarious and chaotic situations as Marvin navigates his new reality.

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Meanwhile, the Grimsburg department hires a new lieutenant, adding a new dynamic to the team. With tensions running high and secrets lurking, the team must work together to uncover the truth behind the town’s mysteries.

The episode also features the voice talents of Erinn Hayes as Harmony Flute, Rachel Dratch as Stan Flute, Alan Tudyk as Dr. Rufus Pentos/Mr. Flesh, Kevin Michael Richardson as Detective Greg Summers, and Greg Chun as Lieutenant John Kang.

Guest starring in this episode is Asif Ali, who joins the cast as Lieutenant Ravi.

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Airing on FOX, Sunday, May 5, at 9:30 PM ET/PT.

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