Could it be? Bitchin’ Brian in a romantic relationship, with feelings and all that? Nooo, not likely.
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.
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.
Kelli is vindictively single. She’s recently divorced, and has a lot of lost time to make up for.
David: Money is status, ex-wife is evil. Life is that black and white to him.
Vanessa is just now creeping out from underneath her controlling parents and the weight of her Type A personality.
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.
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 Vanessa
(In order of appearance)
Sierra Fisk as Bella (Episode 4, 8, 11)
Created by America Young
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