Sketch comedy starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, based on the oddball characters and settings of Portland, Oregon.
Fred and Carrie consult with a storytelling expert. Nigel and Amy pitch an album release. A traveler checks into an unconventional hotel. A pediatrician invents a children's toy. The Weirdos discover the joys of Bed, Bath and Beyond.
Fred doesn't dig Carrie's hunky new beau. A new couple goes to therapy. Drew and Andy question, "What about men?". Melanie and Lars make the important choice to buy a rug.
Fred's new business may be more trouble than it's worth. Kate and Sam learn the perils of long distance love. Drew and Andy plan a funeral. Nina gives Lance a massage chair that changes everything.
Toni and Candace retire but there is still some unfinished business between them. Drew and Andy re-imagine gingerbread cookies. Peter and Nance try a new protein diet. The rats consider the charms of squirrels.
Fred gets involved with an arranged marriage; a couple's newly opened movie theater offers an at-home vibe; a school brings in a bully to show students how to toughen up; and a creepy guy leaves a strange reply to social-media posts.
Carrie's in the market for a new friend; Jill tries a radical diet to deal with her office anxieties; Drew and Andy host a movie festival; a scientist comes up with a cure for modern life; Ghavin opens an elaborate box set.
Fred and Carrie have a hand in helping the mayor get Portland to secede from the U.S.; the eco-terrorists are honored with a Best Protest award; Peter believes he may be Banksy; and Kath and Dave put passive-aggressive notes on cars.
Nina and Lance deal with an ant infestation. The mayor attempts to break a world record. "Time Tailors" evaluate a man's schedule. The eco-terrorists brainstorm how to make an impressive event entrance.
Carrie tries to improve her passenger rating; an actor teaches a boss how to fire employees; the National Small Talk Convention takes place.