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This docuseries follows an eccentric group of friends who navigate life in Oklahoma City, a city the friends proudly embrace but from which they unabashedly stand out. With no boundaries, the friends talk frankly while discussing burning issues, both amongst themselves and in the world at large. Jennifer, a Dallas native whose family moved to Oklahoma City when she was young, grew up on a ranch and now works as an interior designer; she is called "The Sheriff" by her friends because of her natural tendency to take charge. Her ex-husband, Josh, is working hard to get back to his family and make amends after becoming sober following a struggle with addiction. He has been friends for more than 20 years with Angie, who practices marriage and family law while raising her three kids with her ex-husband. The fourth member of the group is Lee, who moved back to her hometown following the birth of her oldest son after spending time living in San Francisco and Boston.

Latest episodes

aired 315 days ago
Pumps moves out of Nichols Hills with mixed feelings; Jen makes sure that Pumps won't forget her when she gives Pumps the ultimate housewarming gift; Josh ponders his future career options.
aired 315 days ago
Josh fails miserably at running Jen's Instagram but succeeds at irritating her at every turn; luckily, he redeems himself when he gets behind a camera; Pumps finds the house she wants to buy and faces moving from Nichols Hills.
aired 315 days ago
Lee's friends help celebrate her 40.5 birthday, and Jen goes all out to make the night unforgettable; Pumps looks for a new house and laments leaving Nichols Hills.
aired 315 days ago
As Pumps' son, Sam, turns 16, she tries her best to teach him self-reliance; Josh and the boys show Jen their appreciation.
aired 321 days ago
The gang celebrates at the Gay Pride Parade, where Jen is determined to protest the protesters and Lee commits to logging out of online dating; a pet psychic delves into the dogs' issues and finds out that Tubby has a higher purpose.
aired 321 days ago
Pumps and Kay connive to get back at Jen for pulling a prank on them; as Pumps plots her revenge, Jen and Lee make excuses to get their friend out of the house, leading to a meditation class from hell.
aired 321 days ago
The gang continues their visit with Jen's sister in Santa Fe, N.M.; Pumps vows revenge after getting tricked into taking a strenuous hike; Jen finally comes clean about her relationship fears.
aired 321 days ago
The gang takes a trip to Jen's sister's house in Santa Fe, N.M.; on the way, Pumps and Lee accept the legendary Big Texan Steak Challenge and suffer the consequences; it becomes clear Jen and Josh are on different pages in their relationship.
aired 350 days ago
Lee tries to leave the past behind by throwing a big garage sale; Jen and Josh contend an empty nest; Pumps deals with having to move out of Nichols Hills.
aired 350 days ago
Jen and Josh take their boys to stay with Jen's parents in Texas and return to an empty nest; Pumps calls on her mother when she needs a break from the children.
aired 350 days ago
Jen throws an elaborate first birthday party for her spoiled service dog, Tubby, to get back at Pumps; Pumps and Kay get duped into showing up at the party in costume.
aired 420 days ago
Lee seeks revenge on her neighbors for cutting down her tree and makes sure they'll never forget it; Jen and Roman devise a plan to punk Pumps with an elaborate birthday party for Tubbers.
aired 420 days ago
Pumps confesses to being a helicopter parent, but her "sippy cup runneth over," so Jen and Lee try their best to set her straight; Josh rebels against his to-do list, and Jen is forced to rent-a-husband.
aired 440 days ago
The group takes a road trip to Grand Lake for a weekend getaway; Pumps gets mad when Lee and Jen make her the target of their pranks; Josh irritates everyone with his sexual banter.
aired 441 days ago
Lee goes on a blind date for the first time in 17 years, and Jen and Pumps don't make it easy for her; contemplating his future, Josh is determined to to make the most of his summer with the boys.
aired 445 days ago
Jen and Lee try to get the old Angie "Pumps" back; Josh and Jen experience a role reversal as they navigate their post-married life.
aired 455 days ago
Jen and Lee try to get the old Angie "Pumps" back; Josh and Jen experience a role reversal; Lee goes on a blind date for the first time in 17 years; Josh is determined to to make the most of his summer with the boys.

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