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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 "gifts" Gretchen a week of no-strings-attached sex.
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Jimmy tries to prove that, despite being on the verge of becoming a married man, he has not lost his edge; Edgar and Lindsay attempt to go on a real date.
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Jimmy unexpectedly receives a large advance and must fend off all his "friends" who just want a piece of the pie.
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Jimmy challenges Gretchen to tackle some of the responsibilities that come with being an adult.
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Jimmy and Gretchen reveal that they're forgoing a traditional wedding, opting instead for a courthouse elopement.
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Jimmy and Gretchen tell the story of their love to a prospective wedding planner.
aired 43 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 43 days ago
Jimmy has to make a tough decision concerning Gretchen; Lindsay lets Paul go while Edgar prepares for his improv graduation show.
aired 43 days ago
Gretchen tags along with Sam to a radio interview; Edgar tries to rub elbows with Dorothy's comedy friends; Jimmy gets closer to Nina, his bartender friend.
aired 43 days ago
Jimmy is stressed when his family from England comes to visit; Edgar bonds with Jimmy's sister; Lindsay fills in for Gretchen at work.
aired 48 days ago
Jimmy creates a system based on punishment to force him to meet his writing deadline; Gretchen is obsessed with an older, cooler couple.
aired 50 days ago
Jimmy tries to stealthily help Gretchen by planning a Halloween-themed Sunday Funday.
aired 50 days ago
The group tries to get rid of a mouse in Jimmy's house; Gretchen opens up to Jimmy about what's been going on.
aired 57 days ago
Lindsay realizes that she doesn't know how to live on her own and she proceeds to spiral; Edgar takes Dorothy out; Jimmy suspects that Gretchen is having an affair.
aired 57 days ago
Gretchen and Lindsay realize that all they talk about is men and try to change it up; Edgar connects with his improv teacher, Dorothy; Jimmy focuses on his next project despite his insecurities.
aired 62 days ago
Lindsay is served divorce papers; Gretchen has a work crisis; Edgar delves into improv comedy; Jimmy spends his entire day with an eccentric author.
aired 62 days ago
Gretchen throws herself a housewarming party to reconnect with her old group of friends; Jimmy believes that friends are for babies; Lindsay meets her estranged husband's new girlfriend while Edgar continues his pursuit of Lindsay.
aired 69 days ago
Gretchen takes the gang on a trip to the mall; Jimmy gains writing inspiration; Lindsay recruits a hesitant Edgar to help her pick up guys.
aired 69 days ago
Jimmy and Gretchen avoid domesticity by partying; an oblivious Lindsay tries to reconcile with her husband while Edgar drools over her.
aired 166 days ago
Jimmy and Gretchen go for a long drive to force a conclusion on the confusing state of their relationship; Edgar finds closure with Max; Lindsay finds a way to solve Becca, Vernon and Paul's problems all at once.
aired 166 days ago
In an attempt to distract herself, Gretchen spends the day with Boone and his daughter; Jimmy tries to prove to himself that he has moved on; Lindsay tries to save Olivia from getting too close to Gretchen; Edgar trails Max.

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