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Fascinated by what really happens at that corporate chain hotel near the airport -- from the funny and weird to the scary and absurd -- creators Mark and Jay Duplass ("Togetherness," "Animals") check into "Room 104." The anthology series is set at an average American motel and tells stories ranging from comedies to dramas to horrors, with the tone, the characters and the era changing every time. Each episode plays like a mini-movie, offering a new discovery from one week to the next. Ultimately, "Room 104" is about "finding some magic in the seemingly mundane," the Duplass brothers say.

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