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A woman desperate to boost her social media score hits the jackpot when she's invited to a swanky wedding, but the trip doesn't go as planned.


Joe Wright


Rashida Jones (teleplay by), Michael Schur (teleplay by) | 1 more credit »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bryce Dallas Howard ... Lacie Pound
Alice Eve ... Naomi Jayne Blestow
Cherry Jones ... Susan
James Norton ... Ryan Pound
Alan Ritchson ... Paul
Daisy Haggard ... Bets
Susannah Fielding ... Carol
Michaela Coel ... Airport Stewardess
Demetri Goritsas ... Hansen
Kadiff Kirwan ... Chester
Sope Dirisu ... Man in Jail
Clayton Evertson Clayton Evertson ... Ted
Andrew Roux Andrew Roux ... Electro Station Assistant
Anjana Vasan ... Space Cop
Colin Moss ... Anthony


A woman who lives in a world where most people are completely overwhelmed by the madness of being popular and important in social reding earns an invitation from her best childhood friend to her marriage, but certain unexpected occasions will try to stop her from reaching In her destiny, had she been able to attend the wedding? Written by joão vitor neves

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller


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Release Date:

21 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.90 : 1
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Bryce Dallas Howard is in every scene of this episode. See more »


When Naomi called Lacie to ask her to be her maid of honor, Lacie's brother, Ryan, was casually passing by from the TV room to the hallway, but some seconds after that when Naomi showed Lacie her rings, Ryan was sitting in TV room, shocked by his sister's yelling. See more »


Lacie: We'd talk about all the things girls talk about, you know, boys, hair, products, uh... more boys.
Lacie: I mean, I tried sometimes to expand our range a little and talk about climate change, but she found that kind of boring so - Go on. She was probably right. I mean, fuck the planet, right?
Lacie: Whoo! Yes, thank you! Come on. Let's have a little fun here. You know, fuck the planet!
Lacie: -
Lacie: Fuck the planet! -
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References Kung Fu (1972) See more »

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Essential viewing for today's culture
18 February 2017 | by stevenjlowe82See all my reviews

All I can say is wow!!!! This was as close to perfect TV as I can imagine and so relevant in today's social media/Instagram generation. Personally I think this should be shown in schools across the country to show the youth of today just how frivolous and shallow most of their lives are. More and more we are seeing what an image conscious society we live in. People are judged by the amount of social media contacts they have rather than actual people in their lives. People assume because your social media account is loaded with happy shiny pictures of people's supposed perfect lives that they tend not to look beneath the surface and see what is actually going on. The writing of this episode is phenomenal and it's social commentary is totally on par. Great performances all round also. I cannot recommend this highly enough.

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