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Former "Saturday Night Live" head writers Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider are the creative forces behind "The Other Two," a scripted series centered around two siblings desperately seeking their lot in life. Aspiring actor Cary is struggling to land better auditions than "Man at Party Who Smells Fart," while his sister Brooke is simply struggling in general. As they work toward self-improvement, their lives are turned upside-down when their teenage brother Chase becomes incredibly famous overnight.

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Chase performs live for the first time ever, and Brooke and Cary get life-changing news.
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Chase throws an album release party on a plane, and a devastating family secret is accidentally exposed on the live stream.
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Streeter throws Chase a 14th birthday party at a wildly inappropriate club; Brooke and Cary each reconnect with a guy from their past; Pat takes molly with a girl named Mona.
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Brooke finds that it's hard to date with a famous brother; Cary tries to befriend a group of Instagays to help his chances of getting a part in a new Ryan Murphy miniseries.
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Chase shoots a new music video that is borderline disgusting; Brooke confronts her past as a professional dancer; Cary takes a big swing and debuts a new look to advance his career.
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Chase goes to a school dance with a fan; Brooke and Cary accompany him and try to have the high school experiences they never had as teens.
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Chase releases a beautiful, socially progressive music video that is very much about Cary; Brooke begins her new life as her little brother's personal assistant.
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Chase collaborates with another up-and-coming singer, forcing Brooke and Cary to confront their own relationships.
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Brooke and Cary tag along when Chase, now a social media influencer, is invited to attend the movie premiere of "When in Gnome."
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The lives of siblings Cary and Brooke are upended when their teenage brother, Chase, becomes a famous singer overnight.

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