Episode Two: Let’s DTR RN
Jessica tries to DTR (define the relationship) with her boy toy, Brian, in the middle of an earthquake.
Two middle-aged dads just want to spend a quiet day with their daughters at the park. But when an obnoxious group of teens drive by, too fast and too loud, it spurs these aging, disgruntled dads into a self-righteous act of passive-aggression.
“Joy” is a short film centered around a young woman who gets a job at Reinbeck and Johnson Curtain Company. She quickly realizes how boring this new office really is, but not without finding the rhythm that lies underneath all of the mundane work. Through dance and music, Joy transforms the office and rekindles imagination and wonder in her coworkers. They form new connections with each other while also reconnecting with their own youthful wonder.
Cameron, a neat and methodical salesman on the brink of losing all his patience with a coworker, George, who opposes his manners finds that they share something in common.
Two filmmakers discuss a newly written horror script, but realize that many of the tropes that are considered to be “classic” are actually detrimental to the genre.
Jessica is a young woman in search of love. She meets Brandon, her online date, at a local diner. He is handsome, charming, and shares many of the same interests. Could he be the one? A team of four judges inside Jessica’s psyche will determine whether Brandon is a suitable match. Each judge personifies Jessica’s dating criteria: Attraction, Practicality, Companionship and Commitment. With their own disparate values, will they come to an agreement on Jessica’s future? And what do Brandon’s own inner judges have to say about Jessica?
Past resentments and personal agendas are on full display among Aadya’s vain-elite guests, who come seeking the wisdom of Caleb, a thousand-year-old spirit. But rather than spiritual enrichment, they come strictly for professional gain.
While attempting to channel Caleb, Aadya is repeatedly interrupted by a spiritual intruder who offers a suggestion to collectively revive the group’s careers. Aadya has reason to doubt this advice and fears her own career could be in jeopardy should her clients decide to follow the outlandish suggestion.