A 45-year-old self-identified fat, queer dyke's misfortune and despair unexpectedly lead her to a vibrantly transformative relationship.
Abby begins an existential life evaluation vowing mortal consequences after 180 days. Her therapist checks out mid-session and a first date turns into a confrontation with the woman responsible for ‘ruining her life’: SNL’s Julia Sweeney. Series premiere.
176, 172, 171
Abby feels out of place when Chris takes her to a hip, sex-positive, ‘queer wonderland’ for their second date and has a free therapy session.
Abby and Chris plan to have sex for the first time at the end of a Bacchanalian day of three meals, four Lyft rides and an STD reveal.
161, 153, 137, 122, 106, 104, 102 (We're Still Counting Almonds.)
Abby navigates public restrooms as a gender non-conforming queer dyke with OCD and pinballs against a cross section of humanity and perspectives at a Dolly Parton concert.
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A medical emergency brings Abby and Campbell’s friendship into focus and Abby reveals her biggest secret to Chris.
15, 14 (pt. 1)
Edward and Carol Lynn wed, Danger Zone has their moment and Abby violates Chris’ one request.
14 (pt. 2), 12, 11, 10
Having ignored the advice of her friends, Abby finally confesses the truth to Chris after a painting puts her in a trance.
3, 2, 1
The final almonds. When Abby motivates herself to get out of the apartment for Julia’s This American Life show, she’s met with two unwanted surprises. Season finale
About Work In Progress
Abby McEnany, star and creator of Work In Progress, and the cast and crew talk about the inspiration for the series and how it came to life.