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"The Jellies" follows a family of jellyfish and their human son, 16-year-old Cornell. Cornell is a sensitive young man who learns that he was adopted at birth, which sets off a string of events as he spirals out of control on a journey to find himself. His search puts the family into uncanny situations that they must escape. Musical score and original composition is created by Tyler, the Creator and is the creator's first narrative comedy.

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After learning his jellyfish parents adopted him, a teen boy tries to find himself.
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Reggie forgets about the Annual Walla Walla Talent Show and assumes he's the last man left on Earth.
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Debbie meets a sleazy TV lawyer and gets swept up in the world of sleazy TV law.
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Trouble looms as the city of Walla Walla is gentrified by peanuts.
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KY finds her true calling as a stripper.
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Barry's brother comes to town and has a negative influence on Cornell.
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Something is strange about Cornell's friend.
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Wu Tang takes over Cornell's high school in a quest for homage.
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A small dispute leads to a civil war in Walla Walla.
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Debbie's family reunion is crashed by unsuspecting guests.
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Mervin Collins runs for mayor against incumbent Leonard Jenkins.
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Cornell receives shocking news that sends him on a wild chase.
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Ray does not have a date for the prom, so Cornell goes to enormous lengths to help a friend out.
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When Debbie and Barry struggle with their marriage, Cornell tries to step in and and save it.
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Cornell learns more information about his real parents.
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Two hip hop artists face off in a historic court case in civil court.
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A mysterious dog with secret motives captures Cornell's heart.
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Barry attends his high school reunion.
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To deal with the womanly changes her body is going through, KY goes on a dating show.

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