Because my beloved Burn Notice is taking a three-week break from the airwaves starting tonight, I've had to turn to Hulu to get my Thursday Bruce Campbell fix. Luckily, they have the complete series of his short-lived, action-comedy atrocity, Jack of All Trades. And when I say it's an atrocity, I mean it with love, but that's exactly what it is. If you've never seen the show, the farce follows Campbell as an early 19th century American spy sent to the West Indies to mess up Napoleon's game. Every episode put Campbell's jokey sense of humor front and center, which works sometimes, really doesn't other times and, well... let's just say Verne Troyer plays Napoleon, so it's that kind of humor. After the jump, watch The Bruce-man stick it to Napoleon for kidnapping Ben Franklin. Sidenote: Was Napoleon really as big a bastard in real life as he is in American film and television? It seems hard to imagine. Anyway, enjoy the episode! You've been warned!