This Chicago-set sitcom follows the intertwined lives of six young urbanites trying to learn the ropes of adulthood. Through breakups and whatever other curve-balls life throws them, the pals stick together.
Eliza Coupe / Elisha Cuthbert / Zachary Knighton / Adam Pally / Damon Wayans Jr. / Casey Wilson
Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) and Dave's (Zachery Knighton) efforts to keep their breakup under wraps threaten Jane's (Eliza Coupe) plans for the wedding of their domineering older sister (guest star Stephanie March).
To prove how well she and her fiancÃ© Pete know each other, Penny (Casey Wilson) challenges her friends to a couples' game night. A job offer at a brick and mortar restaurant leads Dave (Zachary Knighton) to seek a psychic's advice.
As Dave squares off against a competitor's food truck, Max falls in love with the rival's son. Jane and Alex disagree over inviting Penny's father to her wedding.
A hairstylist's gossip revives a dormant family feud between Alex and Jane. As Dave looks for a new recipe to jumpstart his flagging sandwich business, his food truck is stolen.
In order to get good basketball tickets, Max avoids telling a woman who's interested in him that he's gay. Alex's efforts to be smarter pose a threat to Dave and Jane.
With the future of his new job in jeopardy, Brad enlists his friends to help save the failing kids' gym. Max's concerns over his endless texting lead him and Penny into addiction to a powerful - and illegal - cough syrup.
When Jane (Eliza Coupe) wants to plan the wedding of Penny's (Casey Wilson) dreams, Pete (guest star Nick Zano) admits that he'd rather elope.
Brad and Jane catch up with their exes, while Dave and Alex help Max find his awesome new roommate. Meanwhile, Penny tries to hang with Pete's friends, but tries to convince Pete that her friends are more fun.
Penny enacts an all-out publicity bonanza when a pop star shops at Alex's store. Brad and Dave try to make some home repairs, and Max needs to get out on the town.
Brad and Penny create one disaster after another when they accidentally break a childhood memento of Alex's. Jane and Dave go overboard to find someone for Max.
When the gang finds out Jane lied about being born on Christmas Day and never got her own celebration, they throw a Christmas-free birthday party for her.
Penny's new relationship forces Max to look for a new BFF. Alex hasn't told her parents she's back with Dave, and Jane wants to think of a funny toast to make her grumpy father laugh.
Jane asks Brad for help when she hits a glass ceiling at the auto dealership. Penny has to wear a helmet following her concussion, and Dave and Max have fist-bump problems.
When the gang celebrates Thanksgiving at Alex and Dave's new apartment, Max brings along a tape of Brad and him on "The Real World," and everyone recalls how they met ten years ago.
Max becomes a popular emcee on the Bar Mitzvah circuit, and he asks Brad to help him out. Alex and Dave vow not to take their renewed relationship for granted.
Alex and Dave can't commit to a new apartment. Jane insists on accompanying Penny when she buys a new car. Max shows Brad how to get free stuff in Chicago.
Alex and Dave try to downplay their relationship by setting each other up on dates with other people. Brad hides his new job from Jane, and Max takes care of Penny while she's in a body cast.
When the whole gang, with the exception of Dave, falls in love with Grant, Max wonders if he really is good enough to date the "perfect" guy. Meanwhile, Dave sets out to prove he's way cooler than Max's new boyfriend.
Alex and Jane's sibling rivalry heats up; Dave dates an attractive woman (Bre Blair) with an unusual quirk; Penny gets an assistant.