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Having grown up in Florida, series creator and executive producer Laura Chinn draws upon her real-life experiences in the Sunshine State for this comedy about four broke girls who are forced to take stock of their lives when their best friend moves out of their shared mobile home to start a career. Decidedly lowbrow and low-rent, the girls struggle to overcome the unfortunate cards they are dealt and find self-worth in a society that deems poor, uneducated women as valueless. Fortunately, the female foursome has a tight-knit, nonjudgmental and loving friendship to fall back upon while navigating life's endless barrage of comedic curveballs.

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After major setbacks, the girls struggle to pull off Kaitlin's party; Shelby has an existential crisis about her future; Erica teams up with Shelby's mom to scam a pharmacy.
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On the eve of Shelby's GED test and Kaitlin's "island party of the year," the girls get a surprise visit from Mandy, whose declaration about the real world and makes Shelby question whether she wants to get her GED at all.
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Tired of Erica mooching off everyone, Shelby orders her to get on food stamps or move out; Kaitlin and Jayla try to repair a broken boat and broken relationships.
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Shelby's plans to go to sleep early on a weeknight go out the window once Kaitlin's toxic boyfriend comes back into town; unable to squash the drama that unfolds, the girls spend all night following him around town.
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When Shelby buys a book that makes her realize the girls have been objectified by men, she tries to tackle the issue at her bikini bartending job.
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The girls get a taste of the privileged life when they visit Breezy Lopez, a rich girl from high school; a glimpse of Breezy's idyllic family makes Shelby realize the cracks in her relationship with her mother.
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Shelby launches a plan to get the girls to turn their lives around by tricking them into attending a church trip before they blow their newly won scratcher money.
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Jayla ditches the girls to attend a fancy business luncheon; Kaitlin, Shelby and Erica's insecurities begin to cause problems at a neighborhood barbecue.
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Shelby's mission to get her GED diploma and better her life throws a wrench in the girls' mission to take acid and go to the water park.
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Four girls in Clearwater, Fla., are forced to take stock of their lives when their best friend moves out of their shared mobile home to start a career.

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