Jenee throws a 90's-themed birthday extravaganza for herself where Paige must confront herex, #softs3rve, once and for all. And Jordan gets high in a Bronco and takes a very special tripback to the ...
Reese Donahue leads a seemingly ideal life, with a bright future ahead of her. But when she discovers the truth, that her mother left enough money for her to choose her own path, she's faced with a dilemma.
A family of three young sisters live out their days after a pandemic has consumed most of the known world. One day a stranger suddenly shows up and their world changes in ways they never could have imagined.
I know this review is very late, but I was at a party last week and I was reminded of this show. I couldn't remember the name until a few days later.
I liked this show. It wasn't always spot on, but it did better than the vast majority of shows on either network or cable channels.
I particularly liked the running restaurant gag. It was really a setup to give the characters a place to have a longish dialog. Most every episode, they would go to the newest trendy restaurant. The line was always down the street. But the restaurant concepts were very funny. One served nothing but dry toast (for $7). No spreads were allowed. Another restaurant made you bring your own plate to eat from. Another (named Shh) wouldn't allow the diners to talk.
It was a great parody on the millennial/hipster fashion trends.
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