SEASON 1 | online now
Season 1 is just the tip. It offers a glimpse into their normal, their everyday – from routines to relationships. Season 1 is a snapshot of their lives, laying the groundwork for the complexities of these two and the unique dynamic they share with their respective family members & each other. KAIT & BRITT struggle to maintain their sanity juggling the needs of & their obligation to parents amidst trying to live their own lives. Britt and dad have been pursuing disability for awhile now, as Britt attempts to guide Kait through the process despite making zero progress in their own pursuits, constantly given the run-around OR facing speed bumps each step of the way. Their clear & ever-growing case & Dad's back injuries aside, the system rejects 'em and Britt continues to support dad though on unemployment, muscling through the next step of the process to do it all over again. Kait and mom turn to disability in light of mom’s inability to hold down jobs paired with her deteriorating physical state, throughout which Kait remains at her beck n’ call for all needs large & absurdly small. All of this while the girls deal with the looming inevitability of losing the shitty kitchen-less apartment, they call home.
SEASON 2 | in pre-production
Season 2 takes a turn diving into all, and particularly further into the complexities of characters & their circumstances. We hit the ground running with the crazy situations they face and antics of all between crossing conventional relationship boundaries to everyday activities that take a turn for the worse when heads butt because the girls don’t do something just so. We’re introduced to their life outside of one another now that Kait lives with her longtime boyfriend, and Britt appears to be more of a guest than a featured player in Kait’s life. Time will tell how the two get on and get along amidst everything they’re respectively thrown but also how they get through it together. Kait struggles to have it all, as in a life beyond that of catering to mom, serving rich people food or wrangling the mentally deficient and attempting to find some “me” time. Britt struggles to manage it all, despite being unemployed, including applying to jobs she doesn’t want while working for family under the table – changing diapers, picking up dog shit and in-home cleaning. Both continue to be there for their parents and commiserate over their individual & collective experiences. The struggle to pursue and secure disability support continues as missteps occur both system & self-inflicted. Light at the end of the tunnel for one leads to more bullshit and hoops than seems more than worth it.