Bridgette Bird is a smart, young single mom living in South Boston who is trying to navigate life with a very unconventional family. As she struggles to make ends meet, she strives to create a better life for her son, Larry, and often finds herself making impulsive and immature decisions. The program is a fresh, raw, and honest comedic look at co-parenting, motherhood and female sexuality. "SMILF" is adapted from Frankie Shaw's Sundance Film Festival Jury award-winning short film.
Ismael Cruz Cordova
Bridgette matches with her estranged father on Tinder; Tutu prepares to go on a cruise; Rafi moves in with Nelson.
Bridge, Eliza and Larry spend a day together searching for Bridge's towed car; Tutu has a manic episode.
Having realized her passion for basketball, Bridgette tries out for the WNBA; Rafi comes to a crossroads after a visit with Father Eddie; Tutu reconnects with someone from her past.
Bridget feels conflicted on Father's Day as she chooses different paths to forgive Rafi for baptizing Larry.
Nelson convinces Bridge to use visualization techniques to improve her life; inspired by Eliza's financial success with an online venture, a broke Bridge takes to Craigslist for some fast cash.
Bridgette fantasizes about living the life of a wealthy, stay-at-home mother; Nelson vaccinates Larry without Rafi's knowledge.
Bridgette pursues a former hookup for an opinion on her post-birth vagina; Rafi is dating someone new.
Bridget, Eliza and Nelson participate in an extreme mud run; Rafi and Tutu baptize Larry without Bridget's consent.