Tina has an embarrassing diagnosis and must tell her ex-boyfriend the burning news. Jason finds work as a cleaning person, but when he starts hooking up with his boss, he wonders if he's getting paid...
Sharp, funny, clever show. I loved Tina and Kent the intern, both were very funny together!!! The show depicts a lot of the modern angst of 20-something kids trying to succeed in a difficult world today given career issues, down economy, looking for love, being on your own, etc. But it did so in a very sharp witted way, making it very entertaining. For example, Jason telling an elderly man sitting in a chair on the sidewalk that he has a "hot date", and the man expectorating to the ground in response--funny. You really see all the foibles of uncertain decisions made by the characters in terms of who/how to fall in love, but you are really rooting for Jason, Tina, and Kent the intern to succeed in their quests.
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