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Air Date: November 6th, 2015

Network: Amazon

Series Summary
A woman returns to her childhood hometown to deal with the unexpected death of her mother.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Comedy


  • Season 2 - Episode 6 : I'm Alive Sep 8, 2017

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    Thwarted in an attempt to deal with their uncomfortable work situation, Tig tells a powerful personal story on-air; Bill makes an impression on Felicia's family when they attend a wedding; Tig and Kate reach a new place in their relationship.

  • Season 2 - Episode 5 : Can't Fight This Feeling Sep 8, 2017

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    Tig grows frustrated by the impossibility of a relationship with Kate and withdraws; Kate has a disturbing encounter at work; Remy hosts a dinner at Bill's house, which has an unexpectedly long guest list.

  • Season 2 - Episode 4 : Who Do You Think You Are? Sep 8, 2017

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    Kate pulls back but may be jealous of Tig's chemistry with an attractive musician; Bill and Remy separately try to rise to challnges presented by dating Felicia and Desiree.

  • Season 2 - Episode 3 : Kiss Me and Smile For Me Sep 8, 2017

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    Tig and Kate deal with negative reactions to their radio show, which leads to a career opportunity for them; Remy and Bill attend an emotionally charged party at the senior center; Tig and Kate's relationship deepens when they go fishing.

  • Season 2 - Episode 2 : Into the Light Sep 8, 2017

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    Tig goes on a complicated date; Bill connects with a woman in his office building; Remy meets someone at church; a mysterious crystal brings the family together.

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  • Notaro’s great at deadpan one-liners, which is where most of the humor in the series is generated. Much of the rest of the time, it’s lightly situational. Show More

  • One Mississippi is true to her [Tig Notaro's] personality as a performer: It explores painful topics, but with intense empathy for both its characters and its viewers, as if holding their hands through its toughest moments. Show More

  • We have lots of depictions of what love is, and plenty more of what hate and indifference are, but One Mississippi captures the easy comfort of just liking people, be it romantically or socially or just as an amiable policy. Show More

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