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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.

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Bridgette gets a taste of the picture-perfect life of the one-percent, spending a luxurious day at a polo match as a blonde, hobnobbing with celebrities, and celebrating her new best friend's basic bachelorette party.
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On Ally's birthday, three stories reveal the ripple effects of Bridgette's night out; Ally goes on a mission for a rare Birkin bag; Ida struggles to stay connected with her daughter; Elsie and Mindy have to put their own birthday celebration on hold.
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Bridgette misses a date after unexpected news at Ally's birthday dinner sends her spiraling towards a religious rediscovery; Rafi struggles to establish co-parenting boundaries with Bridgette; Tutu and her sister, Jackie, sort through memories.
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Bridgette's search for her father leads her to Philadelphia and back home again; Tutu's decision to leave Larry alone with Joe unexpectedly leads both Bridgette and Tutu on a path to close the door on their pasts.
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Bridgette matches with her estranged father on Tinder; Tutu prepares to go on a cruise; Rafi moves in with Nelson.
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Bridge, Eliza and Larry spend a day together searching for Bridge's towed car; Tutu has a manic episode.
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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.
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Bridget feels conflicted on Father's Day as she chooses different paths to forgive Rafi for baptizing Larry.
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Bridget, Eliza and Nelson participate in an extreme mud run; Rafi and Tutu baptize Larry without Bridget's consent.
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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.
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Bridgette fantasizes about living the life of a wealthy, stay-at-home mother; Nelson vaccinates Larry without Rafi's knowledge.
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Bridgette pursues a former hookup for an opinion on her post-birth vagina; Rafi is dating someone new.
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Bridgette discovers the hidden strings attached to financial assistance; Rafi and Nelson grow closer as they accept the ugly realities of their cohabitation; Tutu's own housing is at risk with the increased involvement of Joe Jr.
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In 2014, Bridgette and Rafi prepare for the realities of parenthood as Bridgette experiences contractions, leading her on a day of self-discovery through the streets of Boston.

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