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Odessa is a beautiful girl addicted to the attention and money as an adult film star. William, a lonely mechanic, has a crush on her, and she indulges his fantasy and leads him on. Thinking he can help her find a normal life, he befriends her drug fueled bodyguard, Angry Jack, to get close to her.
Brendan Sexton III,
Matthew Gray Gubler
An ex-con wants to start an honest life. His old crime outfit wants him, as well as an FBI agent who's working on a case against his former partners in crime. All he wants is to regain his family's trust and help those in need.
It's wedding day for Alice (Marla Sokoloff) and Danny Garfinkle (Josh Cooke) at her parents' home. Her mother Jane (Wendie Malick) wants to control the wedding. Her father Steve (Kurt Fuller) wants her to not marry the immature Danny. Lorna (Stephnie Weir) is the harried wedding coordinator. Becca (Miriam Shor) is Alice's sister. The Garf (Stephen Tobolowsky) is Danny's wacky dad.
This is one of those high concept sitcoms where everybody has to be wacky. It comes off badly. At least, there are no laugh tracks but they replace it with a constant wacky music soundtrack. It doesn't make the show any funnier. I like the actors and it's not like this is anything offensive. It's just not funny.
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