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Based on a series of short films, the dramedy series "This Close" explores the relationship between 20-something best friends Kate, who is newly engaged, and Michael, who is attempting to move on from his ex-fiancé. Universal and relatable themes of love and friendship are touched on throughout the half-hour episodes, which are written by stars Shoshannah Stern and Josh Feldman -- actual best friends, both of whom are deaf. The ensemble cast includes Cheryl Hines as Kate's boss and Marlee Matlin as Michael's mother, a recovering alcoholic trying to reconnect with her son.

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Kate is thrilled when Stella asks her to lunch; Michael dives into his new teaching job; shocking news threatens the future of Kate and Michael's friendship.
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Kate escorts Michael on an out-of-town trip after the fallout of the brunch; as Michael struggles to acclimate to the environment and relate to the people there, he begins to unlock the painful memories of his past.
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Michael plans an elaborate brunch to apologize to Ryan and while Kate wants nothing to do with it, a discovery forces her to stay put; an innocent game turns ugly, bringing out the worst in everyone.
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Kate and Michael try to dive back into normality after the camping trip; Kate receives an upsetting version of Ben's commercial on the same day an unexpected visitor arrives; Michael and Ryan begin couples therapy, but Michael begins to act out.
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Ryan insists Kate come along on a family camping trip that he and Michael planned for Jacob's visit; things take a wrong turn when secrets start spilling and tempers flare; the horror escalates when night falls, and the group loses one of their own.
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Kate throws herself into work after moving into Ryan's guest house; when things go wrong on a commercial shoot with Ben, Kate must convince him to do the right thing; Michael is offered a deal that will get him out of his publishing debt.
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Home in Georgia for her grandmother's 80th birthday and to mend her heart, Kate runs into her ex-fiance and starts to wonder about the path not taken; Kate unintentionally derails her mother's intricate plans for the party.
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Kate fights over Michael with Ryan, Danny, and the hospital staff who don't understand how to deal with deaf patients; Ryan and Michael make a hasty decision that sends Kate spinning, and by the time the sun rises, the two friends are worlds apart.
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Danny confesses to Kate that he has lost his job; Kate decides to be more proactive at work; Michael becomes inspired and works on a new graphic novel, a memoir based on his childhood.
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Ryan's Palm Springs vacation home is the site of Kate, Danny, Michael and Ryan's best and worst memories together, as flashbacks reveal how each relationship has grown and deteriorated.
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Kate attempts to host the perfect Thanksgiving dinner for Michael and his family, but secrets threaten to ruin the holiday.
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Emboldened after a successful PR event for work, Kate approaches her boss about an exciting potential client, but is disappointed by her response.
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Kate's boss, Stella, sends her to represent their PR firm at an industry panel, but it is not what Kate expected; Michael's meeting with his editor about his new graphic novel does not go well.
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Best friends Kate and Michael travel from Los Angeles to Seattle for a book signing and Q&A for Michael's first graphic novel; the trip up north quickly goes south when Michael discovers Kate has been keeping a secret from him.

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