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Directed by Stevie Wain, Auri Jackson

Produced by Stevie Wain, River Branson

United States | English | 30' | Fiction

After losing her temper at a babysitting job interview on the eve of her 27th birthday, aspiring lesbian LA comedian, Stevie Tripp, is given a scathing review online that blacklists her from finding other babysitting gigs. Desperate to pay her ex-boyfriend rent, she reaches out to her rich closeted ex-girl-fling, Scarlett, for the dough. The only problem? Stevie promised Jason she’d NEVER go back to her. FUCK. By the end of the episode, Stevie hooks up with Scarlett and secretly becomes her new babysitter, she finally makes rent to Jason, and she does standup that reveals to us why her relationship with Scarlett is so toxic.

I don’t know about y’all, but I’ve been dying for a mumblecore comeback… and this lovable pilot by creator-to-watch Stevie Wain brings it!! An ode to the gig economy, queer identity and mustachioed roommates (aka ex-boyfriends), Stevie’s awkward, socially anxious sense of humor will burrow its way into your millennial heart like those @iamthirtyaf memes you just can’t get enough of on instagram. Well-deserved winner of the Austin Film Festival Audience Award, 2022. — Katherine Tolentino, Programmer

Saturday, August 19 at 1:00 PM

Assistance League Theatre

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