Groupidity: Episode 12

Joyful Julie sets out to make things right with Kent, the asshole whose car she had towed. Then, she’s delivered an unsettling surprise…|

Synopsis:  Julie Tanner has “some counseling experience,” and just started her first group therapy gathering. Joined by David, the pretentious business man; Brian, the frat boy that never grew up; Kelli, vindictively single; and Vanessa, repressed overachiever, they meet weekly in Julie’s garage to explore, expose, and mock their deepest, darkest issues.


Joyful Julie
Julie has started this support group as a passion project.  She has some “counseling experience” and while she seems a little odd, her methods prove effective over time.

Kick-ass Kelli
Kelli is vindictively single.  She’s recently divorced, and has a lot of lost time to make up for.

Devastatingly David
David: Money is status, ex-wife is evil.  Life is that black and white to him.

Valedictorian Vanessa
Vanessa is just now creeping out from underneath her controlling parents and the weight of her Type A personality.

Bitchin’ Brian
Brian is the 3-year-old little boy who never learned it wasn’t okay to play with his “pee-pee” in public. He doesn’t mean harm, but has no clue.

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Evie Hammer as Julie

Chris Hogan as David

Brian Veronica as Brian (Episodes 1-4)

Robbie Kaller as Brian (Episodes 5-11)

Stephanie Bentley as Kelli

Johanna Denis as VanessaGuest Stars

(In order of appearance)

Owen Korb as Twin 1 (Episode 2)

Josh Korb as Twin 2 (Episode 2)

Steven Connor as Doctor (Episode 2)

Todd Lamansky as Sean (Episode 3)

Sierra Fisk as Bella (Episode 4, 8, 11)

Keith Mackechnie as Business Man (Episode 4)

Eric Campbell as Nerd Guy (Episode 5, 10)

Jorge Pallo as Asshole/Kent (Episode 6, 11)

John Dixon as WTF Guy (Episode 6)

Elizabeth Harris as Erin (Episode 6)

Matt Offerman as Mitchell (Episode 6, 11)

DMV Callers (Episode 6):

America Young – Smog Snob

Canyon Prince – Stolen Car

J. Michael Briggs – Mindless Robot

Victor Padilla – Racist

Brandon Loeser as Preppie Guy (Episode 7)

J. Michael Briggs as Esteban (Episode 7)

Devon Jacob-Quinn as Twister Guy (Episode 7)

Janet Kaller as Secretary (Episode 8)

Vanessa Vander Pluym as Sara (Episode 9)

Eric Kan as Fisher (Episode 9)

Canyon Prince as Lewis (Episode 11)

Bayard Crowley as Court Guy (Episode 11)

Luke Darnell as Kelli’s BF (Episode 11)

Gabriel Edwards as Pizza Guy (Episode 11)


Created by America Young

Written by

Eric Kan (Episodes 1-4)

Eric Campbell (Episodes 5-8)

Matt Gren & Gabriel Ewards (Episode 9)

Eric Campbell & Gabriel Edwards (Episodes 10 & 11)Directed by Dave Hoofnagle, America Young,

Victor Padilla

Director of Photography – Dave Hoofnagle, Canyon Prince, Victor Padilla

Second Unit Director – Victor Padilla (Episode 11)

First Assistant Director – Mark Bashian (Episode 9)

Produced by America Young, Eric Kan, Devon Jacob-Quinn, Canyon Prince

Edited by Dave Hoofnagle

Make Up by Krista Owens

Original Music by Rebecca Norris, Fay Aiyana, MeryKid

Original Songs by Todd Lamansky & Michael Narksusook (Episode 3)

Crew –

Trey Simmons,  Karl Nicoley ,  Katherine Tran , Michael Whitton , Andrew Ward,  Brittani O’Steen

Special Thanks:

National Banana

Mark Bashian


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America Young has really been sinking her teeth into the web community. She has not only created her own show “Groupidity,” but has also worked on "Goodnight Burbank" (now on Hulu), "Damsels and Dragons," “The Romantic Foibles of Esteban,” “Childrens Outreach Crew,” “General Elevator” (directed by Jerry Zucker), and Felicia Day & Kim Evey’s “The Guild.”   She was the Executive Director and one of founders of The Feel Good Film Festival (2008-2011), Panel Producer for AFI Festival 2009, and Director of Operations of The Santa Catalina Film Festival (2011).  She has stunt coodinated the feature films "April Showers", "Nuclear Family," and music videos such as “Hot and Cold” (Katy Perry), “Outta My Head” (Ashlee Simpson), “Scream” (Chris Cornell), and “Pocket Full of Sunshine” (Natasha Beddingfield).  She is one of the executive producers of feature film anthology called Girls! Girls! Girls! that required each short film be written, produced, directed, shot, and edited by a woman.

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