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Jobless and unattached, 30-year-old Tom Chadwick has lost his sense of self. But a mysterious box of curios might hold the answers -- however strange -- to the person Tom really is. The box, bequeathed to him by a great aunt he never met, inspires Tom to start investigating his lineage, and the clues lead to a world of unusual stories and characters in both England and the United States. The single-camera, documentary-style series is written by Christopher Guest and Jim Piddock and presented in the same manner as Guest's feature films, like "Best in Show " and "A Mighty Wind."

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Bea, Monk and Pete go to the beach; Tom meets a distant cousin whose grandfather was a silent film star; Monk goes missing; Al and Kitty throw Tom a farewell party.
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Tom discovers that his great-great-grandmother may have been Native American; a phone call from London reveals Tom's DNA results.
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Tom's cousin Rick helps him find out more about his great-great-grandfather; Tom is invited to participate in a Civil War re-enactment; Tom meets an aspiring writer.
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Tom arrives in Los Angeles to stay with his American cousins; Tom hopes to discover why his great-great-grandfather went to England; Al plans a family barbecue.
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Tom has a job interview; Tom plans to learn more about the Derbyshire branch of his family tree; Pete must perform a procedure on an alpaca at the zoo; Tom is determined to learn about a family secret.
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Bea and Monk audition to perform at a birthday party; Tom seeks information about the life of his grandfather, William; Pete accepts a challenge.
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Tom and Pete learn about Harry's life from men at a regional theater.
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Tom is bequeathed an old chest of curios; Tom seeks information about a black-and-white photo found in the chest.

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