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Inspired by the HBO series, this web series explores the private lives of dozens of New Yorkers that all have one connection, their weed dealer.

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The Guy visits upstate with some friends for the weekend, and brings along some magic mushrooms.
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A pot-dealer goes after her dreams of off-Broadway. The Guy is involved in a showdown.
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A neurotic couple gets priced out of their neighborhood. The Guy is expanding his delivery zone.
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The Guy offers some inspiration to a suit guy turned teacher.
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Existential anxieties plague a soon-to-be married couple. The Guy is asked to sell weed by the pound.
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The evening becomes hot, after The Guy sets up a blind date between two of his clients.
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A stay-at-home dad has writer's block, and gives The Guy a call.
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Wnen The Guy's niece visits, he tries to juggle her and his clients needs.
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A guy seems to good to be true. The Guy has a Halloween delivery.
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A woman calls for a special brand of assistance, when her friend receives bad news.
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A chef needs a delivery made. Chaos erupts at a holiday dinner.
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The Guy offers support to a comedian who has a traumatic experience.
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A longtime friend visits. A secret is revealed at dinner.
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A customer doesn't seem very interested in buying weed.
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This is one contact the Guy doesn't want to deal with.
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Unruly subtenants, are stressing a couple out.
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Clients are looking for more than weed, when they find a mouse in their apartment.
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A familiar couple receives a delivery, just as they make a shocking discovery.
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A routine trip, turns into a lengthy adventure.

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