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"You're the Worst" is a modern look at love and happiness told through the eyes of two people who haven't been very successful with either. It's the story of Gretchen and Jimmy, fear, heartbreak, romance, sex, food, Los Angeles, Sunday Funday, friendship, and the fact that sometimes the worst people make the best partners. Narcissistic, brash, and stubborn Jimmy Shive-Overly has inadvertently found himself paired up with cynical, people-pleasing, and self-destructive Gretchen Cutler. "You're the Worst" is an original comedy from writer and executive producer Stephen Falk, and puts a dark twist on the romantic comedy genre.

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Jimmy spends a day with a woman from his past and attempts to fit in with her friends; Gretchen tries to impress Boone's ex-wife; Lindsay reconnects with a former father figure; Edgar buys a car that he cannot afford.
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Lindsay's mother comes to town, shedding light on the origin of Lindsay's issues; Jimmy attempts to get over Gretchen by hooking up with someone from his past; Edgar struggles to reconcile his new writer life with his old veteran life.
aired 7 days ago
Jimmy goes out of town for a convention; Gretchen throws a divorce party for Lindsay, leading to an unintended deepening of Gretchen's relationship with Boone; Edgar's friend encourages him to overspend on party planning.
aired 7 days ago
Gretchen goes home for the birth of her brother's baby, but instead ends up reconnecting with a friend from her past, who inadvertently reveals why Jimmy may have left her.
aired 16 days ago
Edgar takes Jimmy on a "man date" in an effort to emotionally bond with him; Gretchen discovers some startling news about the new guy she is seeing; Lindsay attempts to make friends at work.
aired 16 days ago
Gretchen moves back into the house and plays mind games with Jimmy, sabotaging his first interview for the new book; Edgar and Lindsay plot to get Jimmy and Gretchen back together.
aired 21 days ago
Jimmy discovers that his novel is being marketed as erotica; Gretchen has been letting Jimmy off easy; Edgar and Lindsay babysit Tallulah.
aired 21 days ago
After Jimmy returns to Los Angeles, he attempts to make amends with Gretchen, leading to their first confrontation; Lindsay and Edgar enjoy their new friends-with-benefits arrangement.
aired 28 days ago
After proposing to Gretchen and immediately abandoning her, Jimmy goes into hiding in an attempt to escape reality; Gretchen takes the first baby steps toward reconstructing her life; Edgar and Lindsay struggle to find normalcy.
aired 28 days ago
After proposing to Gretchen and immediately abandoning her, Jimmy goes into hiding in an attempt to escape reality; Gretchen takes the first baby steps toward reconstructing her life; Edgar and Lindsay struggle to find normalcy.
aired 69 days ago
On the day of their wedding, Jimmy and Gretchen grapple with the meaning of marriage.
aired 70 days ago
Jimmy and Gretchen investigate a murder site; Lindsay sees Paul in a new light; Edgar's sacrifice comes with unforeseen consequences.
aired 74 days ago
Gretchen's mother comes to town the day before the wedding; Edgar takes Jimmy on an epic best-man date.
aired 79 days ago
Each couple engages in a day-long fight.
aired 79 days ago
Jimmy and Gretchen's tensions come to a head at a wedding; Edgar's newfound success jeopardizes his relationship; Lindsay must come clean to Paul.
aired 81 days ago
Gretchen maintains an elaborate act of deception while Jimmy prepares for the big day.
aired 84 days ago
Jimmy builds a tree house; Gretchen accompanies Lindsay during a potentially emotional event; Edgar's professional life flourishes, much to Dorothy's dismay.
aired 84 days ago
Vernon and Paul take a road trip.
aired 88 days ago
Gretchen's anxiety comes to the surface at a major event she's organized for her new client.
aired 93 days ago
Gretchen takes a parental role with her friends, to mixed results; Jimmy goes on Vernon's podcast; Edgar tries alternative therapy; Lindsay pushes Paul too far.
aired 93 days ago
Paul can't seem to give Lindsay what she needs; Edgar takes a stand against the VA; Jimmy and Gretchen hold a non-traditional funeral.

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