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Described by Starz as "sexy, vibrant and fast-moving," this comedy series explores identity, sexuality and artistry in strange, bewildering Los Angeles. Between hookup and romantic dating-app adventures, Ulysses is struggling to carve a successful path in life, and he grows increasing troubled as foreboding dreams make him wonder if a dark, monstrous conspiracy is going on -- or if maybe he is just smoking too much weed. His friends Carly, Ford and Severine are also on various quests pursuing love, sex and fame.

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Uly and Isaac's relationship disintegrates when Isaac learns about Gabriel; Carly fights with Jethro about her camming; Ford wants to know where he and Severine stand; Carly gets a big career break.
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Severine has to go on a business trip to Roswell for an indefinite period and Ford is devastated; Uly's relationship with Isaac intensifies; Carly runs into Leif, the artist she flirted with in Palm Springs.
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Carly takes Jethro to a sex dungeon; Severine wants Ford to make her sexual dreams come true; Uly and Isaac have an amazing first date; Ford feels ambivalent about his non-monogamous relationship with Severine.
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Ulysses meets social worker Isaac and falls for him fast; Severine surprises Ford by taking him to an "Eyes Wide Shut" party; Ford discovers that his photo shoot with Otto is on display for the whole world.
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It's the hottest day of the year and Ulysses helps Carly with her new web series; Ford finds out Severine's true feelings about him; Carly and Jethro explore a new area of their relationship.
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Ford gets invited to a lavish party in Palm Springs and convinces Severine, Ulysses and Carly to come along; Ulysses has an encounter with renowned alien expert Mitchell Kent at a book signing; Carly meets artist Leif.
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Ford is torn about his relationship with Severine and drags Uly with him to a men's group, where he discovers how to be more in tune with his feelings; Carly interviews new roommates.
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Severine reconnects with her ex-lover, Mustafa; famous director Otto West convinces Ford to do a risqué photo shoot; Uly is haunted by Gabriel; Carly partakes in a private lesson from her acting teacher, Frank.
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Ulysses researches information about alien reptile conspiracies and gets ghosted by Gabriel; Ford catches his big break as a screenwriter; Carly attends acting class; Severine and Ford explore non-monogamy.
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Ulysses Zane is struggling in the dating scene in LA; his best friend, Carly, is striving to become an actress; Uly's roommate, Ford, is an aspiring screenwriter dating Severine, an astrobiological theorist.

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