Next Episode of jPod is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The jPod universe chronicles the amoral, lighthearted and often shocking lives of five 'Podsters.' Set in an isolated work area inside the global headquarters of video gaming giant, Neotronic Arts, Ethan Jarlewski (David W. Kopp; Stargate-SG-1, Psych) and four co-worker pals are bureaucratically marooned in the basement all because of the Y2K virus and the simple fact that their surnames begin with the letter 'J.' The Podsters' lives are far from normal and they routinely deal with dim-witted bosses, sexual debauchery, gang warefare and gore-laced game designs. jPod also follows the lives of Ethan's seemingly ultranormal parents, Jim and Carol Jarlewski (Alan Thicke; Growing Pains and Sherry Miller; Queer as Folk). Jim and Carol are the new post-middle class, now enmeshed in growing marijuana, biker gangs and ballroom dancing. Full of amusing and evil twists, jPod is a startling and ground-breaking series about life in this new century. There is no map into the unknown, but we do have these five kids with a lot of heart and plenty of dark humor to lead the way.
The jPOD staff is profiled via self-introduction videos.
Ethan searches for his brother, Greg (Peter Benson), who he suspects is involved in human trafficking after Ethan and Kaitlin find 20 illegal Asian refugees in his apartment.
Ethan competes with Kaitlin to create a violent action sequence for a game, and the winner receives an expensive pair of sneakers.
A healthy cola is crafted; Kaitlin thinks Ethan hit a clown; John Doe's mother surfaces; Jim records a voice-over.
Bree's 29th birthday heralds a meeting with the "Birthday Song" composer, who cruelly but accurately profiles the staff; photos of Jim and Kam Fong dancing affect Carol.
On a research trip for a movie, Jim visits a biker's house with Carol, who hopes to gain a marijuana connection; Kevin becomes a hero right as Ethan finds the nerve to ask Kaitlin out.
Steve vanishes; Jim invites Carol on a garden trip hosted by the Vancouver Swing Society; Steve's replacement is discovered to be a code thief.
Ethan distributes invitations for a family tradition in which an animal must be shot in the wild to provide meat for the celebration; Kaitlin's boyfriend intrudes on the festivities; the biker Carol shot by accident turns vengeful.
A trip to Beijing goes awry for Ethan and Cowboy after heroin is discovered in their luggage; Carol allows Kam Fong to film an adult movie in their home.
Steve fails to impress the staff; Bree solicits a favor from Cowboy; Ethan must choose between two women who are friends.
The staff stages a prom for Kaitlin; things disappear from Cowboy's desk; Jim seeks fame as a screenwriter; Carol makes an exit.
Jim discovers Steve's corpse in the driveway; Carol's look is modified for her stay at Freedom's compound; John Doe and Bree venture to save Carol from Freedom.
The staff ponders the future after a mainframe glitch threatens to dissolve the company.
Sherry Miller(Carol Jarlewski)
Raugi Yu(Kam Fong)
Torrance Coombs(John Doe)
Emilie Ullerup(Kaitlin Joyce)
Colin Cunningham(Steve Lefkowitz)
David Kopp(Ethan Jarlewski)
Alan Thicke(Jim Jarlewski)
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