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Based on the CollegeHumor webseries of the same name, "Hot Date" is a sketch-comedy series that chronicles the social waters of dating, sex, marriage and diving into the ritual of romance. Husband and wife duo Emily Axford and Brian K. Murphy star as heightened versions of themselves. The two stars also get to play out multiple characters to tell of dating, first date and stories about hooking up. Their supporting characters could range from teenage couples to brand-new parents. "We try to come up with some kind of relatable nugget from relationship life and play that out with Murph and Emily,"Axford tells EW.

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After sustaining injuries in an incident, Emily and Murph plan to get married immediately for the insurance; Bridget goes into labor and realizes her baby will be born a Sagittarius, unless she can hold it in until midnight to make it a Capricorn.
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After a fight with Emily, Murph heads to the bar to blow off some steam and consider if Emily really is "the one."
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Emily and Murph head to couples counseling to untangle the stress of wedding planning; Cole pours his heart out to the stripper giving him a lap dance; Hannah holds a friendly ride-sharing driver hostage in exchange for dating advice.
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Em and Murph go under cover at a mommy meetup to find out if parenthood is for them; Bridget's gender reveal party doesn't go the way she hoped; online personality FITMOM demonstrates how to win the unspoken competition that is motherhood.
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A relaxing getaway at a bed-and-breakfast turns into a nightmare as Em and Murph are pressured by the creepy host to mingle at a cocktail hour; the duo stages an elaborate plan to steal a bottle of wine without being social.
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Em and Murph discover DateRate, where one rates people they have dated; Em is horrified that she only has 1.25 out of 5 stars, and declares she must date another man to bring her rating up; Rebecca tries to bypass dating and heads to the sperm bank.
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Emily and Murph try to manage their wedding invite list but are tested when invited to a party; Bridget surprises Bryce with news that she's pregnant, hoping their announcement goes viral; gaudy wedding planners Kitty and Stan fleece a sweet couple.
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Murph is promoted at work and wants to celebrate, but Emily has just been fired and is irate; Bridget, a life coach, meets a client at a local cafe where barista Kyle is being hounded by his mother, Loretta, who accidentally unionizes the staff.
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Murph and Emily try to prove they can plan their wedding, but the barn they book is a disaster; Emily receives inappropriate advice from her Mee Maw; drama erupts when Steve asks Ashley to marry him, but reveals he asked for her father's approval.
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Murph and Emily compete with another couple to apply for a new apartment; Bridget moves in with her new boyfriend, who doesn't approve of her "baggage"; it's splitsville for Hannah and Brennan, who both want to keep their awesome apartment.
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Bloodied and disoriented, Murph and Emily wake up in an alley, piecing together what happened after a bottomless mimosa brunch; emotions run high when Bridget has a run-in with Brad; Laura freaks out over Mike's choices in friends and beverages.
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Murph and Emily throw a potluck dinner in an effort to restock their refrigerator; tensions brew between Beth and Seth after an outburst at an erotic dance show; a mild-mannered divorcée learns the challenges of dating a college student.
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Murph tries to convince a sick Emily to embrace western medicine; Rebecca goes out with someone who can't handle his liquor; teenage couple Kyle and Hayley try to convince their parents that their love is real.
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After things get heated at game night, Emily and Murph strive to prevent friends Nick and Ivy from calling it quits; Creighton tries to balance his job as a ride-share driver with his high-maintenance girlfriend; pop stars air their dirty laundry.
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Murph and Emily decide to spice things up in the bedroom and visit a sex store; Bridget and Darius bicker while trying to keep up appearances on Instagram; Ellie turns to private investigator Jack Briggs and learns an awful secret about her husband.
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Murph and Emily set out to prove their matchmaking skills and get the recognition they deserve; teenager Kyle helps his mother, Loretta, navigate the modern dating scene; Kiki and Hannah teach Jeremy about dating apps.
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Murph and Emily come into a large sum of money and decide to splurge at a fancy restaurant; Brittany and Kiki try to convince Rachel to stay with her rich boyfriend; Travis and Karin let a mobile payment app take over their entire relationship.
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Murph and Emily consider finding a new couple to hang out with since Mike and Laura are too wholesome; Bridget wonders if she'll ever love again; Darius and Denise fight over a guy's tattoo; a podcaster reflects on his history with friendship.
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Emily and Murph are turned away from a hip nightclub; self-professed heartbreaker Jeremy falls for Rebecca; a man tries to give "the talk" to his twins; an entrepreneur sells beauty products.
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Emily and Murph reconnect with their exes; Beth and Seth try to recapture their youth; dating show host Chip Lauderdale shocks the nation with a stunning conclusion.

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