A straight-laced business woman is forced to be face-to-face with her drug using college dropout sister when their mother dies, dividing the estate. Harsh words and crueler intents fly as the two discover the past isn't as clear cut as they thought... nor was their mother.
A woman walks into a bar, hoping to meet her date. Instead, she encounters an older man having a lonely dinner in his failing American Dream. In this simple tale, both people put aside their best intentions, and embrace what they have.
Restroom attendants are a thing of the past... or so one man thinks. When he goes to this restroom, however, he encounters one of the remaining few still in occupation. Watch as one man wants privacy, and one attendant doesn't know how to take a hint.
One couple has two friends who constantly serve as third wheels on their dates. To give themselves time free and away, they've set this unlikely duo up for a date. Jack and Janet explore what it's like to go from uninterested to yearning.
Jere and his wife are at odds. It's unclear what's going on, yet evident they're at a crossroads. In his escape to the backyard, Jere encounters a little boy who reminds him to see the forest, not the trees.
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