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"You're the Worst" isn't a typical romantic comedy. Narcissist Jimmy Shive-Overly thinks all relationships are doomed from the start, while stubborn cynic Gretchen Cutler is certain that amorous bonds aren't her thing. When the two meet at a wedding, though, there's a sea change: They go home together and find they're beginning to fall for each other. Jimmy and Gretchen navigate fear, heartbreak, ardor and other feelings, and their situation seems to establish that nontraditionalists sometimes make great partners -- but not forever. They eventually break up and become involved with other people, leading them to struggle to move on while being pulled back toward each other.

Latest episodes

aired 2 days ago
In an effort to even out their score, Gretchen and Jimmy engage in a sex arms race after Jimmy sleeps with a celebrity.
aired 2 days ago
Jimmy begrudgingly joins Gretchen, Edgar and Lindsay on the gang's weekly Sunday funday tradition or drinking and fun.
aired 9 days ago
Gretchen makes a reluctant Jimmy come over to her disaster of an apartment and he is judgmental of the mess.
aired 9 days ago
Jimmy freaks out when Gretchen inadvertently asks him for a key to his house; Jimmy finds out it's Gretchen's birthday.
aired 16 days ago
Gretchen gets angry at Jimmy for making an assumption; Jimmy is convinced by Gretchen's friends to take her out on a date.
aired 16 days ago
Jimmy and Gretchen meet at a wedding and find themselves falling for each other despite their better judgment.
aired 79 days ago
Jimmy and Gretchen investigate a murder site; Lindsay sees Paul in a new light; Edgar's sacrifice comes with unforeseen consequences.
aired 86 days ago
Each couple engages in a day-long fight.
aired 86 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 93 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 93 days ago
Vernon and Paul take a road trip.
aired 103 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 103 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.
aired 107 days ago
The group has a very special day.
aired 107 days ago
Edgar dedicates the day to trying find relief for his PTSD.
aired 114 days ago
Gretchen helps Jimmy deal with a tragedy; Lindsay tries to be a good mom.
aired 114 days ago
Everyone comes together to break some big news to Jimmy.
aired 121 days ago
Gretchen starts therapy; Jimmy's confidence wavers; Lindsay neglects a bedridden Paul.
aired 121 days ago
Jimmy and Gretchen adjust to life after "I love you"; Edgar and Dorothy have sexual problems; Lindsay and Paul find a new hobby.
aired 170 days ago
Lindsay confronts Paul; Gretchen handles unfinished business while Jimmy goes to Becca and Vernon's baby gender reveal party; Edgar and Dorothy reach a turning point.
aired 179 days ago
Jimmy has to make a tough decision concerning Gretchen; Lindsay lets Paul go while Edgar prepares for his improv graduation show.

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