The Guest Book Poster

Air Date: August 3rd, 2017

Network: TBS

Series Summary
Different sets of guests vacation at the Froggy Cottage in the small mountain town of Mount Trace.

Rating: TVMA

Genres: Sitcom

Episodes

  • Season 1 - Episode 10 : Story Ten Sep 28, 2017

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    The locals of the little mountain town must deal with the consequences of their actions over the past few months.

  • Season 1 - Episode 9 : Story Nine Sep 21, 2017

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    Jacob, an Amish kid on Rumspringa, follows the signs to God's Country and ends up at the cabin, where he is convinced God is directing him to meet the love of his life in any way possible.

  • Season 1 - Episode 8 : Story Eight Sep 7, 2017

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    Trailer-park-boy Tommy takes his trailer-park-girl Marla to the mountains in an effort to wean her off crystal meth.

  • Season 1 - Episode 7 : Story Seven Aug 31, 2017

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    Adam, a sweet guy who suffers from OCD, is nervous to ask out his office crush Gillian, so he devises a plan that will get her up to the cabin for their first date.

  • Season 1 - Episode 6 : Story Six Aug 24, 2017

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    Federal agent Trina books the mountain cabin to protect valuable witness Blake, but Blake has his own ideas on how to escape the people who are after him.

ratings & reviews

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  • This series is so disposable it would barely fill up a tall kitchen trash bag. Yet there's still pleasure in watching a seasoned comedienne like Stockard Channing and an old pro like Holmes Osborne try to spin gold out of a creaky tale about devout religious parents attempting to convert their son's atheist girlfriend (Mary Lynn Rajskub). Show More

  • Is the show funny? Sort of. It’s certainly charming, in a frequently vulgar sort of way, and well performed by the cast and guest stars. Show More

  • In the two-episode premiere, a host of flat, screechy, and stereotypical characters take part in stories about an angry new mom and small-minded Christians. Neither establish an entertaining vibe nor a reason to check back in. Show More

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