Ends 12/31/15. 'The Fourth.' Riki and Kate look to hook up with two dream guys at a local club.
Ends 12/31/15. 'The Second.' Riki and Kate lament that pregnant women are smug.
Riki dates a fellow comedian. Kate tries to subtly end a relationship and auditions for a movie role way outside of her comfort zone.
Riki and Kate sing about how smug pregnant women are.
Riki dates a fellow comedian. Kate tries to subtly end a relationship and auditions for a movie role way outside of her comfort zone. Sir Ben Kingsley guest stars.
Kate has an audition with Ben Kingsley that turns out to be a bit nerve-racking.
Kate and Riki run into a nasty heckler who shows up outside their gig to protest their comedy.
When Riki and Kate switch up their hairstyles, they decide to lean into their new personalities while being hit on at the bar.
Riki and Kate sing about having sex with ducks in response to critics of marriage equality.
Riki and Kate sing about the passive way to break up with someone.
Kate and Riki sing about the true nature of professional sports and the surrounding fanaticism.
Kate and Riki sing an inspirational ballad about being a loser.
Riki and Kate sing about a backdoor way to have pre-marital sex without upsetting Jesus.
Riki and Kate sing about life from the vantage point of being 29 vs 31 years old.
Kate's plan for a parade gets the wrong impression.
A life coach diagnoses Kate with Peter Pan Syndrome.
While attending a friend's baby sprinkle, Kate and Riki's baby gifts go underappreciated.
An attractive doctor assesses Kate and Riki's applications for a medical marijuana license.
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