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,...
Originally, season two had ten episodes, but when HBO cut the order by two, Mike White had to re-write some things, like a storyline where Amy's sister stayed on the house for the whole season. See more »
I read somewhere that this show was one of the best new shows of the year, so I started watching it on demand. I find it to be a very interesting mix of humor, drama, and intrigue. Laura Dern is great as an almost completely unpredictable person. It's almost scary to say that her character is like more than a few people I've met in my life.
This show covers work, home, friends, and life matters in a pretty realistic way. As in life, sometimes it's the verbal and sometimes it's the nonverbal communication that conveys the best message. The actors are doing a great job with the material, and I'm now on episode 7 and the show feels like it's getting even more interesting. I have to say, I'm pretty addicted to wanting to get to know these people more...and seeing where it all goes.
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