Four adults nearing 40, living under the same roof, struggle to keep their relationships and their individual dreams alive.
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After Alex, a struggling actor, is evicted from his apartment, his best friend, Brett, a sound designer who’s married and has two young kids, tries to convince him to stay in LA. Meanwhile, Brett’s wife, Michelle, deals with her directionless big sister, Tina, who’s visiting from Houston. Following a group outing at the beach, Michelle and Brett clash while Tina confronts an ex, with Alex’s help.
The episode was rated 7.12 from 340 votes.
During a morning hike, Brett meets Linda, a new-age believer who encourages him to get in touch with himself. Tina tries to make up with Alex by getting him an audition, Michelle helps David with the charter school and Brett takes a stand at work and opens up about his feelings.
The episode was rated 7.21 from 215 votes.
Brett and Alex throw themselves into a new passion project. Michelle bonds with Anna, a new ally in her charter school project. Alex is disappointed by major changes at work and is confronted by a slighted Christy. Tina gets a crash course in parenting.
The episode was rated 7.38 from 207 votes.
Brett’s invite to a movie premiere leads to an impromptu night on the town for everyone. Tina and Alex engage in a personal “mission,” Brett looks to mend a work relationship, and Michelle meets David, a divorced dad who wants to start a new charter school. Brett finds a way to cheer up Alex.
The episode was rated 7.38 from 235 votes.
Alex recruits an unwanted face from Brett's past to help with their project; later, he considers a career choice. Tina becomes more proactive in trying to get what she wants. At a fundraiser for the school, Michelle challenges Anna.
The episode was rated 7.39 from 213 votes.
Michelle throws a fundraising party for the charter school while Brett enters a new state of mind at Linda’s house. Still at odds with Alex, Tina struggles with her bouncy-castle business; later, a conversation with Larry makes her rethink the future. Brett has a chat with David and an honest conversation with Michelle.
The episode was rated 7.39 from 218 votes.
Alex gets a surprise birthday visit on the set of his new movie in New Orleans.
The episode was rated 7.43 from 246 votes.
Tina tries to shake Alex out of his funk by enlisting him to help with her business and vowing to help him get the career of his dreams. Brett gets in trouble at work when his creative instincts rub co-workers the wrong way. Tina convinces Michelle to spice things up in the bedroom.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 266 votes.
Alex and Tina fly back to Houston to pack up her things. During a night of drinks and dancing, Tina finds herself unexpectedly jealous of Alex. Back in LA, Brett whisks Michelle away for some much-needed intimacy.
The episode was rated 7.53 from 226 votes.
Michelle works on her plan to make the charter school a reality; Tina clashes with Alex's new girlfriend at his welcome home party.
The episode was rated 7.53 from 224 votes.
Last updated: aug 04, 2022
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