Lisa returns from Las Vegas feeling great about her performance but is devastated when John isn't sure he wants to move forward with their relationship. Dylan's landlord decides to evict the entire building when Vanessa gets in a fight with a mentally unstable woman in the building. Dylan and Eric start a campaign with other tenants in the apartments to stop the sale of the building.
Dylan's mother decides to make a surprise visit causing Eric to crash at Danny's house. John asks Lisa to join his band. Danny, Vanessa and Andy decide to document Lisa's band trip to Las Vegas.
Jed gets shocking news from home and quickly flies home to be with his family. Debra struggles to gain her independence from her father by quitting the family business. Dylan tries to deny her feelings for Eric. Lisa takes a chance and decides to try out for a band.
Debra tries to cope with her uncertainty about her life after her breakup with Danny. Lisa gets some unwanted attention after posting her acting video on quarterlife.com. Dylan's boss apologizes after their awkward encounter at the office party. Meanwhile, Jed, Andy, and Danny go on the search to find some ladies.
No compromises -- Dylan wrestles with telling her boss a secret that could destroy her career. Jed offers to make a video for Lisa to showcase her acting skills. Debra discovers the painful truth about Danny. Meanwhile, Jed reluctantly remakes the car commercial after the disappointing showing at the car dealer.
Quarterlife Crisis -- From executive producers Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, creators of "My So Called Life" and "thirtysomething", comes "quarterlife" a new series about six creative twenty-somethings trying to find their way in the world.
From executive producers Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick, the creative team behind thirtysomething and My So-Called Life, comes a new series about a group of twenty-somethings trying to find their place in the world.
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