A comedic take on everyday concerns from ordering a fancy coffee to office and sexual politics.
I Can't Believe This Used to Take Days
Ad execs struggle with a campaign to market women's soap; writing a sympathy card proves difficult; how far is too far at the cottage?
Last Year You Weren't Forty
Something special happens to a woman on her 40th birthday; the miracle of dry shampoo; maybe visiting your therapist at home isn't a great idea.
We've Lost Communication
A mission to Mars doesn't go as planned; the dark side of open relationships; straight women flirt with a lesbian; Moms say, "hello."
The Killer Is Watching
A police chief makes a killer fashion statement; planning the office Christmas party proves problematic; four friends enjoy a night of red wine.
Stay for a Drink
A pharmacist goes on a power trip; a hot date is interrupted; the politics of wearing flippers at the pool. A clothing swap turns animalistic.
A trip to the vet for cat lovers; queer theory gets personal. A co-worker gets precise about birthdays. A bride takes poll dancing seriously.
They're brash. They're bold. They're Canadian.