Air Date: March 31st, 2015
Four 30-somethings -- who all fear personal relationships -- ironically share a townhouse.
Season 1 - Episode 6 : We're Here. We're Weird. Get Used to Us. May 5, 2015
The gang goes to a lesbian bar where Caryn and Stosh compete for the same woman, and Zara considers telling Eric the bar patrons think he's a lesbian too.
Season 1 - Episode 5 : The Weirdfather Apr 28, 2015
Eric goes with Stosh when he visits his 12-year-old son for the first time; Zara starts to find Caryn clingy and overbearing.
Season 1 - Episode 4 : Weird Knight Apr 21, 2015
Caryn reluctantly goes on a date with a nerdy guy, but ends up becoming interested in him when he doesn't call her back; Stosh gets Zara to enter an art contest.
Season 1 - Episode 3 : Weirded Out Apr 14, 2015
Caryn and Zara discover Stosh has been using food pilfered from their kitchen to cook meals for them and Eric; Stosh skims money Eric gave him to buy a TV to pay off his bookie.
Season 1 - Episode 2 : Weird Dance Apr 7, 2015
Caryn visits her grandmother to tell her why she broke off her wedding engagement; Zara tries to help Eric cope with losing his father.
It’s not loud or frenetic. It’s not particularly cutting-edge. It’s just funny, in a relaxed way that’s welcome somehow in a television spectrum full of pushiness and intensity. Show More
The principals are all good.... And there are funny lines.... At the same time, the show feels something shy of essential. Show More
This show is guided by sitcom pros, but it doesn’t feel like an old-pro show at all. It doesn’t go for easy or cheap laughs, and most of its scenes don’t follow the usual sitcom trajectory--instead, they take odd twists and turns. Show More