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"On Becoming a God in Central Florida" is a dark comedy starring award-winning actress Kirsten Dunst that takes place in a small town that is adjacent to Orlando in the early 1990s. Dunst plays Krystal Stubbs, a minimum wage employee at a waterpark who is looking for a better life. To reach her goal, she lies, cheats, and cons her way up the ranks of Founders American Merchandise (FAM), a cultish pyramid scheme that ruined her family in the first place. As Krystal dives deeper into FAM, things take on a very serious turn as the business begins to affect everyone that is close to her.

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Krystal helps Judd out of a jam; Cody finds himself pulled in two directions; Bets puts her foot down; Buck and Pat see an opportunity.
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The Orlando FAM community braces for the Wham Bam Thank You FAM 37th Anniversary Jam; Krystal's loyalties are tested; Obie opens his heart to some orphans; Harold says a cuss word.
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Krystal loses her job, but gets a personal invitation to Paradise Cay; Roger trains Cody in security protocols; Ernie and Bets cha-cha.
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Krystal takes initiative and drums up some press for her business; Cody finally gets some one-on-one coaching; Bets isn't sure about FAM.
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Krystal rubs elbows with the upper crust; Cody makes a surprising business proposal; Ernie finds his rhythm as a recruiter and celebrates with pizza.
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Obie and Louise Garbeau host a lavish motivational retreat at Paradise Cay for Washington-level entrepreneurs.
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Stricken with a bird disease; Krystal goes on an odyssey; a collection of vintage motivational tapes changes Cody's destiny; Ernie tries recruiting.
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Krystal and Cody throw a rally; Ernie tries to connect with his son; Stan finds a new supplier for the water park.
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Krystal networks her way into an opportunity in the beauty pageant industry; Cody tries to be his own workhorse; Ernie builds a time capsule.
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Krystal Stubbs doubles down on her husband's dreams while he wrestles with leaving his job; Cody loses a friend, but meets his hero.

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