Air Date: August 5th, 2015
Two aspiring New York City comedians in their mid-30s blame the world around them for their misery.
Season 3 - Episode 10 : The Silkwood Sep 26, 2017
Billy moves to Los Angeles with Julie's help; Marilyn writes a best-selling memoir -- also with Julie's help; changes at the cafe include a new waiter and, eventually, new ownership; Arthur's Florida office meets an untimely demise.
Season 3 - Episode 9 : Sweet Tea Sep 19, 2017
Julie thinks about trading in her show business dreams for a life of crafting; Billy tires of New York; Arthur is fed up with his job; Marilyn has writer's block.
Season 3 - Episode 8 : Criminal Minds Sep 12, 2017
Season 3 - Episode 7 : Fuzz Buddies Sep 5, 2017
Dreams come true when Julie gets hired to write on a TV show; Micky Dolenz answers Billy's childhood fan letter; Marilyn throws herself a Bat Mitzvah.
Season 3 - Episode 6 Aug 29, 2017
The exhilarating thing about Difficult People is that it consists of aggressive insult humor that’s rooted in a friendship that’s all heart. Show More
It does not feel focus-grouped; sometimes it doesn’t feel second-guessed. Julie and Billy and many of the other characters talk to each other the way best friends talk to each other when they think nobody is listening. Every other scene contains a line that could keep the outrage/apology cycle humming for at least a half-day. Show More
Though undeniably hilarious at times, it is a difficult show to watch (see title).... [Julie and Billy's] friendship is powerful but limiting and destructive, their brilliance hampered by their refusal to acknowledge that the world is not their living room. Which, if Klausner doesn't lose her nerve, makes Difficult People an illuminating sendup of far too many things on television. Show More