Best Friends Forever, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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"Best Friends Forever," from executive producer Scot Armstrong ("Old School," "Hangover 2"), is a new comedy about old friends, new beginnings and awkward situations. Jessica St. Clair (“Bridesmaids”) and Lennon Parham (“Accidentally on Purpose”) star as Jessica and Lennon, best friends who live on opposite sides of the country with the men in their lives. When Jessica is overnighted divorce papers, Lennon convinces her to return home to Brooklyn and back into the apartment they used to share. It doesn’t take long for the girls to fall into old habits: movie marathons and late night girl talk sessions -- none of which is good news for Lennon’s live-in boyfriend, Joe (Luka Jones, Upright Citizens Brigade). Joe tries to be understanding, but begins to feel like a stranger in his own home. Meanwhile, Jessica is trying to get used to her new single life. Will she have to start buying matching sets of underwear again? Also, reconnecting with old friends like Rav (Stephen Schneider, “Happy Endings”), who may or may not have feelings for her, is more complicated than she thought. All of Jessica’s new efforts are met with the critique of the friends’ precocious nine-year-old neighbor, Queenetta (Daija Owens), who is not shy about doling out advice on their life choices.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDing Dong Hello||When Jessica (Jessica St. Clair, "Bridesmaids") is overnighted divorce papers, her best friend Lennon (Lennon Parham, "Accidentally on Purpose") convinces her to return home to Brooklyn and back into the apartment they used to share. The girls easily fall back into old habits -- none of which is good news for Lennon’s live-in boyfriend, Joe (Luka Jones, Upright Citizens Brigade). Meanwhile Jessica adjusts to her new single life by reconnecting with old friends like Rav (Stephen Schneider, "Happy Endings"); however her new efforts meet the critique of the friends’ precocious nine-year-old neighbor, Queenetta (Daija Owens).||23:13||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Butt Dial||Jessica (Jessica St. Clair) deals with the repercussions of butt-dialing her estranged husband Peter (guest star Reid Scott) a few days before what would be their three-year anniversary. Meanwhile Lennon (Lennon Parham) and Joe (Luka Jones) conspire with Rav (Stephen Schneider) to let Jessica cook at his bar to help cheer her up. However, Peter’s unexpected arrival in town could spell disaster for those best laid plans. Daija Owens also stars. Kyle Mooney and Dave Donohue guest star.||21:27||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPut a Pin in It||Lennon (Lennon Parham) goes the extra mile to create a wonderful surprise gift for Joe’s (Luka Jones) dad’s (guest star J.K. Simmons) upcoming retirement party. However, it’s Marilyn (guest star Mimi Kennedy), Luka’s mom, that Lennon is most worried about pleasing. Meanwhile, Jessica (Jessica St. Clair) is forced to face the reality of her divorce when all her belongings literally show up on her doorstep. Stephen Schneider and Daija Owens also star.||21:36||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSingle and Lovin' It||Jessica (Jessica St. Clair) gets back into the dating game after receiving a Facebook message from a former crush. However, after things go awry, she takes sage advice from Rav (Stephen Schneider) and ends up at an unusual frat party. Meanwhile, Lennon (Lennon Parham) and Joe (Luka Jones) struggle with finding intimate time together in their new living situation. Daija Owens also stars. Raquel Alessi and Max Carver guest star.||21:33||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHey Nonny Nonny||Jessica (Jessica St. Clair) attempts to plan Lennon’s (Lennon Parham) open house for her new community dance studio. The arrival of Lennon’s former dance partner who is now a famous choreographer, Ken Haskins (guest star, Adam Campbell), forces Jessica to share her best friend planning duties. Meanwhile, Joe (Luka Jones) questions Ken’s sexuality and true intentions and wonders if Lennon’s old pal is really just a friend. Stephen Schneider and Daija Owens also star.||21:33||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFatal Blow Out||Joe (Luka Jones), Lennon (Lennon Parham), Jessica (Jessica St. Clair) and Rav (Stephen Schneider) head to Atlantic City for a gaming convention to debut Joe’s videogame. The ladies quickly realize that in order for Joe to win Fan Favorite, they will need to cater to the nerds. Meanwhile, an unexpected encounter between Jessica and Rav has them questioning their true feelings for each other. Daija Owens also stars.||21:31||$2.99||View In iTunes|
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