Stories of crisis, and the people who solve (or create) problems.
Austin is invited to his first ever brunch, and his world is changed forever.
Chris and Ben break down in the middle of nowhere. They have two options. Wait it out for another car to come by or hike through the desert.
A bride records a podcast episode during her bachelorette party.
When recruits from an abandoned 1980s covert training program start showing up dead, the CIA rushes to find out why. With an apparent mole in the agency and suspected Russian involvement, they enlist Scout, one of the few spies they can still trust, to track down the abandoned program's most promising trainee, Roger. Seemingly a nobody who works as a professional cuddler, things get messy when Scout sees Roger associating with a Russian gangster, and eventually has to save Roger from an attempt on his own life. Scout must decide if Roger ultimately can be trusted with the truth about the CIA and about his own forgotten past.
A young manny grapples with his conscience when he finds himself in the world of suburban drug dealing.
A couple gets caught up in looking for a little girl's dog, only to find themselves lost in a set up.
Nelson, a an ambitious recent graduate works on his resume in hopes of finding a job during the Covid 19 pandemic. His roommates Corey and Tyler are uninterested in his job search instead focused on more immature pursuits. One day, Nelson gets an interview at a 3D animation studio but the zoom call is interrupted by his roommates antics. Nelson starts posting rejection emails on his bedroom wall. He explains to Corey that his dad always told him "every no gets you closer to a yes," but then asserts his "father did not graduate in the middle of a pandemic with student loans." Finally, Nelson returns from his food delivery gig one night to find Corey watching the news and Tyler cleaning his bong in the sink. Tyler asks his roommates if they want shots and bong rips. Corey and Nelson agree and Tyler gives a toast to "getting through this pandemic shit together." Nelson consciousness fades while watching Andrew Cuomo on the TV. When Nelson regains consciousness he is laughing on the floor while Corey giggles in a chair and Tyler strums electric guitar chords. Nelson asks if they have been drugged and Tyler refuses to answer. Nelson tackles Tyler and a fight ensues. The fight ends when Tyler explains that his roommates have been "so pent up they have forgotten how to have a good time." Tyler jumps in the chair with Corey and gives him a kiss on the cheek. Nelson calls them both assholes before being beckoned over to join the group hug.
An Afro-latino family in Brooklyn runs a local bodega in their neighborhood. A new organic store owner moves across the street with plans of expanding his empire and taking over the bodega. This Brooklynite Tribe must band together to save their business and community from being gentrified.
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