In a somewhat traumatic turn of events, two best friends offer up their couch to an eccentric and newly homeless yoga instructor until she can get her life back together.
A sitcom for the web about learning to live in the present...with roommates.
Did You Know?
There are many references to Margot's muse, Audrey Hepburn, in the first season. The sleep mask she wears in episode two is a recreation of the one featured in Breakfast at Tiffany's. In episode three, a book of Hepburn's magazine covers can be seen on the bed while Margot paints her nails. Some of her costumes in later episodes are directly inspired by Holly Golightly and Regina Lambert: two of Hepburn's most iconic characters. See more