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HBO's decidedly adult animated comedy series ventures into the nether regions of Earth's least inhabitable environment, New York City, which is home to a motley crew of downtrodden creatures. Whether it's lovelorn rats, gender-questioning pigeons or aging bedbugs in the midst of a midlife crisis, the awkward small talk, moral ambiguity and existential woes of non-human urbanites prove remarkably similar to those of humans. Created by Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano -- who voice many of the characters -- and produced by Jay and Mark Duplass ("Togetherness"), the series features such guest voiceover artists as Eric Andre, Jessica Chastain, Rob Corddry, Horatio Sanz, Molly Shannon, Ellie Kemper, Marc Maron, Wanda Sykes, Cobie Smulders and Jon Lovitz.

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A rat gets mating tips from his friend at a subterranean party; a pair of police horses complains about an old acquaintance; a bedbug has a midlife crisis.
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Two privileged feline siblings find their perfect day interrupted by an alley cat; a goose grows bored with the monotony of his life and attempts to bond with a flock of Central Park swans.
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In an equine community's classist society, a rich horse's daughter finds herself in a love triangle with a suitor approved by her father and a carriage horse from the wrong side of the tracks.
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Struggling to adapt in a post-owner world, dog Phil fights to maintain his independence and his longtime addiction to human dependence.
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Diminutive but fiercely heroic bird Wallet leaves his home after tragedy strikes; once in Pigeon Heights, he becomes the right-hand man to recently crowned Pigeon King Phil, and is tasked with saving the day when terrorists take over a bar mitzvah.
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Three years after the green bomb wipes out humans in New York, rats Phil and Mike traverse the city following a wild, drunken night, searching for a missing car and encountering multiple species and terrors along the way.
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With the fate of New York's animal population at stake, rats Phil and Mike work to pull off Roachella, a music festival designed for all animal species; a bunny ticket scalper watches out for an Amish turtle having its first concert experience.
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Rat teens Mike and Phil plot to exploit a human baby for profit, but things take a dark turn as the stakes increase; two bees fight over the love of a tulip.
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Laboratory rats Mike and Phil enter a love triangle with an imaginary friend; two fleas ponder life while stuck on a monkey's back; an algae questions its existence.
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A rat invents pants; a moth tries neon light for the first time; two fish couples endure a tense dinner.
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Privates Phil and Mike face the music for committing an unforgivable act of treason against the great nation; sponsored by The Government.
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Estranged rat friends Phil and Mike are forced back together after a strange request sends them to the Democratic People's Republic of Kitty City, a feline section of town cut off from the outside world; the trip causes them to reassess their issues.
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The animal community comes together for the trial of the century, as rats Phil and Mike debate the merits of Jim Carrey and Adam Sandler.
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Members of an interspecies group shunned by the rest of animal society known as GrabBags find themselves at the dawn of a new age when they are given the ability to communicate with each other, but leader Yumi struggles to keep them together.
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After a freak accident brings an assorted pile of random objects to life, the sentient items experience all of life's ups and downs on the path toward self-realization and the meaning behind it all.
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An elderly dog looks back on her life and dispenses wise advice; rat teens Phil and Mike wonder what the future holds.
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Two ends of a worm seek love and independence; newly hatched bluebirds fight to survive; an opossum and his father clash over the reality of being predators.
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With New York quarantined and in disarray, Mike and Phil prepare for their mother's remarriage; Mike tries to impress a female wedding guest; Phil plots to stop his mother's wedding.
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Roaches targeted for extermination venture to the outside world to guarantee the survival of their species; a group of seagulls ensnared in a piece of litter struggles to live as one.
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A teenage pigeon's jealousy over his angelic little brother leads him on a wacky spirit quest that teaches him about courage and responsibility; two foxes rap about their tough life on the city streets.
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Pigeon Phil runs into trouble after being reunited with the father who abandoned him; Mike struggles to encourage his son to be a seagull scout; two turtles fight over the love of a mechanical frog; a skunk learns the truth about his date's past.

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