A self-proclaimed "pesky atheist" is encouraged to help strangers by someone claiming to be God who friends him on Facebook.
Written by Sophie and last updated on sep 30, 2022.
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The God Account sends Miles the name of Elena, a social worker who began training in mixed martial arts to help heal the emotional wounds of a traumatic experience. Arthur is torn between a professional opportunity and promises he made to his fiancé, Trish, and Rakesh attempts to track down the artist behind the mysterious painting that Miles and Cara found in Paris.
The episode was rated 7.74 from 226 votes.
As Ali begins chemotherapy, Miles is determined to convince Anna, a young woman also diagnosed with cancer, that there is more to live for than just completing her bucket list. Miles, Rakesh, and Cara venture into an underground poker game as they continue to search for a hacker who may have information on the God Account.
The episode was rated 7.73 from 192 votes.
Miles helps his new friend suggestion, C.J., a young boy who claims an angel wants him to reunite his father, Corey, the creator of the God Account’s original algorithm, with Corey’s estranged father.
The episode was rated 7.73 from 169 votes.
Suggestions from the God Account lead Miles and Cara to the Hayden Planetarium, where they meet a young woman, Fliss, who is searching for her old boyfriend who may have been “the one.” Also, Rakesh and Jaya look into a tour guide at the planetarium who Rakesh thinks may be connected to the God Account, and Arthur tries to put a piece of his past behind him.
The episode was rated 7.67 from 471 votes.
Miles weighs the consequences of carrying out the God Account’s wishes when his new friend suggestion, Trevor, alleges Miles ruined his life when he helped Rose reunite with Lt. Freemont, her former love and a previous friend suggestion. As Miles tries to help Trevor resolve his feelings for Rose on the eve of her wedding, he realizes he has lingering feelings of his own for Cara.
The episode was rated 7.66 from 183 votes.
Miles and Rakesh help Joy with her new friend suggestion, an aspiring self-help guru. Cara follows a lead in Paris. Ali reveals to Arthur that she’s left Harlem Episcopal for a progressive LGBTQ-friendly congregation.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 277 votes.
Miles is crushed when Daryl Watkins, a renowned author and atheist, criticizes Miles’ podcast. Miles must put aside his wounded pride to help Daryl when the God Account suggests his name. Ali tests the waters of a new relationship as she deals with her cancer treatments.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 173 votes.
Miles is confused when the God Account sends him his own name as a friend suggestion. But when Rakesh discovers that Miles’ Facebook account has been cloned and the suggestion was for the fake account, they turn their attention to the hacker, Zack, a teenage computer prodigy. Also, Ali begins fertility treatments in an effort to freeze her eggs before beginning chemotherapy.
The episode was rated 7.56 from 202 votes.
Rakesh is stunned when his new soulmate app suggests that Lulu, the princess of an African nation, is his soulmate, instead of Jaya. So, when the God Account sends Miles Lulu’s name, Rakesh takes the lead on figuring out how they can help her. Also, Ali reveals her cancer diagnosis to Arthur and Trish.
The episode was rated 7.55 from 210 votes.
When Miles gets the name of Cara’s stepfather, Paul, they learn that he is potentially involved with an insider trading scheme. But when Cara asks Miles to ignore his urge to intervene, he is forced to choose between her wishes or the God Account.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 217 votes.
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