In an effort to dig up dirt on Szidon, Amy, Tyler and Dougie try to befriend the CEO's assistant, Eileen. Eventually agreeing to join the trio for drinks, Eileen takes a shine to Tyler, who ends up ...
In the giddy afterglow of finding gold in Szidon's emails, Amy lets down her guard with Jeff, and indulges herself in daydreams of building a life with him. The dream comes to an abrupt end, however,...
The show is about one very flawed woman's struggle to become a better and healthier person. She's clearly lost, but dedicated and passionate in a way which makes you admire her and be annoyed by her at the same time. The show does a neat trick of manipulating the viewer into alternatively mocking her because of her naivete and flakiness, and cheering for her out of empathy, both back and forth within single episodes. You come to expect her to crash and burn in a tragic and comedic fashion. Yet in the end, she claims small victories of enlightenment that put all of us in touch with our humanity and teach us a little bit about growth. The show is not preachy, yet makes its points poignantly and powerfully.
I'm excited with anticipation as to where the show may go and hope it is renewed despite the poor ratings so far. Definitely my favorite new show of the season.
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