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Status seems to be everything in Los Angeles, and two millennials from differing backgrounds strike up a platonic male-female friendship as they seek to navigate the streets of L.A. These two best friends, Esther and Benji, try to navigate the vanity of the city while watching each other's backs but also calling each other out for nonsense. Karey Burke, Freeform's executive vice president of programming and development, said, "Our audience will quickly fall in love, as we did with real-life best friends Esther and Benji, who navigate a world of perfect 10s as self-proclaimed 6s."

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Benji is asked to supervise rehearsals for his former high school's play, but realizes that he hasn't outgrown high school when he comes across a bully; Esther tags along in the hopes of inspiring some drama students.
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Benji and Esther steal a day pass from Dean and gain access to an exclusive upscale gym; Esther meets a successful woman who inspires her to join her club, while Dean is excited by Benji's sudden fitness enthusiasm and takes him under his wing.
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Dean tasks Benji with selling a house where a murder took place; Esther sees the potential of capitalizing on people's obsession with murder tours and decides to create one of her own.
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When Dean has an accident that leaves him incapacitated, Esther takes the opportunity to nurse him back to health; Benji tries to step up and help Dean at work.
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Esther gets a big break at her new job at a '50s-themed diner; Benji's confrontation with a store owner leads to a retaliation that creates a social media sensation.
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Benji wonders if he is too much of a pushover when Dean scolds him for letting a stranger into their house; Esther discovers a bitcoin windfall but has to seduce an ex-boyfriend to recover her password.
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While Benji manages his brother Dean's apartment complex, both Benji and Esther get swept up in the allure of retirement life, until realizing it may not be all it's cracked up to be.
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Benji is excited when he is given the opportunity to accomplish a goal that dates back to his old ska band days - to make a music video.
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Esther throws a sober sleepover party to rekindle friendships she made at a bachelorette party; Benji tries to move a childhood camp friend out of the friend zone.
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Benji dismisses Esther's worries about the "Big One," then tries to use the fear of an earthquake apocalypse to his advantage when his sister arrives with an equally freaked-out friend.
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Esther invites a lesbian couple from her building over for a dinner party in the hopes of convincing them to become her mentors; Benji's efforts to prevent Esther from embarrassing herself backfire after the women take more of an interest in Benji.
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Benji hatches a plan to help an aggressive woman get over his brother, Dean; things get complicated when the woman takes a romantic interest in Benji, while Esther starts to believe she and Dean have a real love connection.
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While standing in line for a cosmetics pop-up store, Esther attempts to avoid the distractions of rabid teenage girls and cutthroat mothers while Benji roams off.
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After visiting a fertility clinic to freeze her own eggs, Esther plans to donate some of her eggs to offset the costs; Benji's paternal instincts kick in as he awaits word on a sperm test.
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Esther and Jeff take Benji on a fun-filled road trip for his birthday, but Esther's ulterior motive threatens to derail the festivities.
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Platonic best friends Esther and Benji want nothing more than to be accepted by the vain and status-obsessed culture of Los Angeles.
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Esther and Benji try to stop Jeff from becoming a boring couples-person by hijacking his Big Bear couples retreat.
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Esther and Benji reconnect at a birthday party following a three-month-long fight, where they learn about each other's weird romantic mishaps during their time apart.
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Esther and Benji get their first writing room gig on the Dog Awards; Benji believes the job will be his launching pad for success, while Esther hopes to use the platform to raise canine awareness.
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Esther's mother pays a surprise visit because she is concerned about her daughter's life choices; Benji's new Goth friends end up being a little too risqué for his taste.

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