Season 2 of The League first aired on FX September 16th,2010. It was written by Jeff Schafer and Jackie Marcus Schafer, and directed by Jeff Schafer. The series centered around a Fantasy Football league consisting of five men, Pete, Ruxin, Kevin, Taco and Andre, and their lives.
The Second season of The League lasted for only thirteen episodes, and the last one was aired December 9, 2010.
- Mark Duplass as Pete (13 episodes)
- Nick Kroll as Ruxin (13 episodes)
- Jon Lajoie as Taco (13 episodes)
- Stephen Rannazzisi as Kevin (13 episodes)
- Paul Scheer as Andre (13 episodes)
- Katie Aselton as Jenny (13 episodes)
- Chad Ochocinco as Himself (1 episodes)
- Alison Becker as Darcy (1 episodes)
- Janina Gavankar as Shiva (1 episodes)
|1||"The Draft"|| Season 2 opens in Las Vegas, where the guys have gone to hold their fantasy league's draft. Jenny wants in but league commissioner Pete, her husband, doesn't like the idea at all. Chad Ochocinco appears as himself.
|2||"The Bounce Test"|| The married guys must make up to their wives for their Las Vegas adventure, so Kevin plans a "grown-up weekend" with Katie, and Ruxin wants to give Sofia a "lady day." Meanwhile, Ruxin's brother-in-law Rafi accompanies Pete and Andre to a party as the designated driver.
|3||"Sunday at Ruxin's"|| Kevin persuades everyone to come to the suburbs for Halloween; Ruxin cracks under the pressure of his matchup with Pete; and Taco steals a monkey
|4||"Mr. McGibblets"|| TJenny and the guys catch up with their old friend Russell (Rob Huebel), and the guys all try to get Rafi out of the league. Meanwhile, Andre buys an expensive painting.
|5||"The Usual Bet"|| Andre and Pete train for a marathon while Taco finds a new career. Meanwhile, Kevin's head-to-head matchup turns personal.
|6||"The Shiva Bowl"|| Ruxin throws an anniversary party for Sofia on the same day as Jenny's birthday, which complicates matters for Kevin. Meanwhile, Meegan (Leslie Bibb) returns with a "plus one."
|7||"The Shiva Bowl"|| Kevin persuades everyone to come to the suburbs for Halloween; Ruxin cracks under the pressure of his matchup with Pete; and Taco steals a monkey.
|8||"The Shiva Bowl"|| Ruxin and Andre won't accept a tie; Taco discovers Western medicine; and Pete has a chance to score terrific Bears tickets.
|9||"The Shiva Bowl"|| Ruxin's big case is before the court, and he's trying to ferret out collusion between Kevin and Jenny. Meanwhile, Andre fears that Pete is out to steal his thunder as an expert witness; and Taco needs a nude portrait to impress the court artist.
|10||"The Shiva Bowl"|| It's high-school reunion time, and Andre is looking forward to basking in his success while Ruxin wants to show off Sofia. Meanwhile, Pete needs a name for the new Last Place Trophy and everyone learns the history of the Shiva blast.
|11||[[File:|center|200px]]||"The Shiva Bowl"|| It's the week before the playoffs: Andre's diet colors his emotions about his matchup; Kevin gets in a fight with fantasyguru.com experts John Hansen and Adam Caplan; and Ruxin begs the guys to corroborate when he lies to Sofia.
|12||[[File:|center|200px]]||"The Shiva Bowl"|| Tension mounts as Christmas---and the playoffs---near: Ruxin's revenge gift to Kevin backfires; and Ellie's school behavior causes Jenny to worry that fantasy football is causing her to neglect her parental duties. Meanwhile, Taco's eggs turn 1 year old.
|13||[[File:|center|200px]]||"The Shiva Bowl"|| Season 2 finale: The season is ending and everyone is vying for the Shiva (and trying to avoid "winning" the dreaded Sacko). Meanwhile, Kevin learns to read lips by watching porn; and Pete is mistaken for a cop when he buys a Ford Crown Victoria