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Because he grew up in a middle-class family, Prentice Penny believed a high-end lifestyle required a high-end bank account. Not so, says the showrunner, writer and producer ("Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Insecure"), and he demonstrates how in this unscripted lifestyle/comedy series. Penny says an elevated standard of living can come at every price point, and cost and quality aren't mutually exclusive. In each half-hour episode, he explores topics ranging from food and sex to travel and health and fitness, looking for the keys to a more elevated lifestyle by unlocking a world that often seems unattainable.

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Prentice Penny upscales his work day; a barista shows Prentice how to brew quality coffee at home; an interior designer revamps Prentice's office space.
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Prentice learns the perks of using a travel agent, meets with a sunglasses expert, visits a specialty leather store and meets a stylist to upscale his travel wear.
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Prentice Penny upscales the way he does summer cookouts; he visits a local butcher shop, discovers proper grilling techniques, finds out what beers pair well at a brewery and whips up his own batch of ice cream.
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Prentice Penny meets with an event planner for tips on how to spend a day off properly, learns new ways to shop at a vintage store, pampers himself at the spa and visits a local art gallery.
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Prentice upscales his approach to health and wellness; from learning about juicing to trying out acupuncture to working with a trainer, Prentice discovers that fitness includes working out the mind, body, and soul.
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Prentice meets with a hatter, a tailor, a cobber and a facialist to upscale the way he dresses up.
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Prentice Penny upscales his approach to date nights with the help of an etiquette expert, a new fragrance and a nail salon tailored to men.
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From ordering custom cigars to choosing the right wine, Prentice Penny finds the perfect items to give as he relearns the art of giving.
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Unable to use freeway flowers and drugstore chocolates to say sorry, Prentice Penny seeks to upscale his apologies.
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Prentice upscales his bar with mixology equipment, his menu with local meats and cheese, and his party's lasting impression with parting gifts.
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Prentice decides to upscale his cooking, from finding out the proper way to handle knives, to mixing up his flavors using different spices.
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Prentice seeks to upscale his love life; with a little help from New Edition's Johnny Gill, he learns the importance of setting the mood through bed sheets, sleepwear, candles, and champagne.
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Because he grew up in a middle-class family, Prentice Penny believed a high-end lifestyle required a high-end bank account. Not so, says the showrunner, writer and producer ("Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Insecure"), and he demonstrates how in this unscripted lifestyle/comedy series. Penny says an elevated standard of living can come at every price point, and cost and quality aren't mutually exclusive. In each half-hour episode, he explores topics ranging from food and sex to travel and health and fitness, looking for the keys to a more elevated lifestyle by unlocking a world that often seems unattainable.

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