Centers on two toxic, self-destructive people who fall in love and attempt a relationship.
Chris Geere / Aya Cash / Desmin Borges / Kether Donohue / Allan McLeod / Todd Robert Anderson / Allen Maldonado
On the day of their wedding, Jimmy and Gretchen grapple with the meaning of marriage.
The day before the wedding, Gretchen's mom comes to town and Edgar takes Jimmy on an epic best-man date. Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts.
Gretchen maintains an elaborate act of deception while Jimmy prepares for the big day.
Gretchen's anxiety comes to the surface at a major event she's organized for her new client.
Edgar and Lindsay plan the most epic Sunday Funday yet.
Paul, Vernon, and Becca air their dirty laundry on a weekend getaway. Directed by Alex Hardcastle.
Gretchen and Jimmy make "couple friends."
Jimmy "gifts" Gretchen a week of no-strings-attached sex.
Jimmy attempts to prove that, despite being on the verge of becoming a married man, he has not lost his edge. Edgar and Lindsay attempt to go on a real date.
Jimmy unexpectedly receives a large advance and must fend off all his "friends" who just want a piece of the pie. Directed by Ryan Case.
Jimmy challenges Gretchen to tackle some of the responsibilities that come with being an adult.
Jimmy and Gretchen reveal that they're forgoing a traditional wedding, opting instead for a Courthouse elopement.
Jimmy and Gretchen tell the story of their love to a prospective wedding planner.
Gretchen goes home for the birth of her brother's baby, but instead ends up reconnecting with a friend from her past who inadvertently reveals why Jimmy may have left her.
Edgar takes Jimmy on a "man date" in an effort to emotionally bond with him while Gretchen discovers some startling news about the new guy she's seeing. Lindsay attempts to make friends at work.
Edgar seeks relief from his PTSD.
Gretchen starts therapy; Jimmy's confidence wavers; Lindsay neglects a bedridden Paul.
Jimmy's trashy family comes to visit from England, much to Jimmy and Gretchen's dismay. Lindsay finds herself with a job for the day. Edgar bonds with Jimmy's little sister.
Gretchen becomes fascinated by a slightly older, cool couple that appears to have it all. Jimmy employs a punishment-based system to ensure he meets his writing deadline.
Jimmy spearheads a Halloween-themed Sunday Funday.
The group tries to get rid of a mouse in Jimmy's house; Gretchen finally opens up to Jimmy.
Jimmy discovers Gretchen's been sneaking out of the house at night and suspects she's having an affair. Lindsay's life spirals as she discovers she doesn't know how to live on her own. Edgar takes Dorothy out on a date.
Jimmy accepts a job novelizing television shows. Gretchen and Lindsay realize they have nothing interesting to talk about, except the men in their lives. Edgar meets someone special in his improv class.
Jimmy spends the day with an eccentric author on a day-long job interview. Gretchen deals with a work crisis. Edgar discovers the magic of improv comedy. And Lindsay gets served with divorce papers.
Gretchen makes an attempt to reconnect with her old group of friends by throwing herself a housewarming party. Jimmy does his best to affirm his belief that friends are for babies. Edgar ...
The gang visit the mall so Gretchen can buy grown-up items while Edgar gets used.
A newly co-habitating Jimmy and Gretchen avoid a life of domesticity by partying non-stop. Edgar obsesses over Lindsay while an oblivious Lindsay makes a desperate attempt to reconcile with her husband.
After Jimmy accidentally sleeps with an A-List celebrity, he and Gretchen embark on a sex arms race to even out their score.
Jimmy begrudgingly joins Gretchen, Edgar, and Lindsay on a "Sunday Funday."
Gretchen makes Jimmy come over to her disaster of an apartment.
Gretchen inadvertently asks Jimmy for a key to his house.
Jimmy attempts to take Gretchen on a date.
Jimmy and Gretchen find themselves falling for each other despite their better judgment.