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The 10 episode half-hour comedy, Odd Mom Out, stars acclaimed author Jill Kargman playing a satirical version of herself as she navigates the treacherous and elite ecosystem of New York's Upper East Side, and the uber-wealthy mommy clique inhabiting this fantastically outrageous domain.A New Yorker through and through, Jill Weber embraces her quirky and somewhat unconventional life with her loving husband, Andy Weber, three great kids, and a best friend who shares the same love for donuts and snarky retorts, Vanessa Wrigley. However, the posh and decadent world of Andy's classically blue-blooded family slowly takes over as Jill valiantly tries to resist all the delicious temptations and perks their wealth can afford. From accepting her in-laws' aristocratic, and perhaps cloudy, legacy to interviewing for a family burial plot at the most prestigious cemetery, Jill constantly battles staying true to herself while weighing the benefits of fitting in. Jill's frenemies and in-laws only fuel the pressure for her to conform, including the status-obsessed Weber family matriarch, Candace, brother-in-law Lex and his wife, Brooke, who reigns over a group of quintessential Upper East Side mombots with an iron credit card.
Jill dips her toe back in the work world by visiting the fashion magazine where she used to work. But her excitement at being welcomed back with open arms is short-lived.
It's Yom Kippur and Jill's parents come to town -- to atone, and to take care of a matter of life and death.
Jill and Vanessa go on a desperate quest to score tickets for the show "Hamilton" before star Lin-Manuel Miranda's last performance.
Jill reluctantly learns to drive with help from an attractive and seemingly perfect instructor. Meanwhile, Brooke's store opening draws near as she must decide whether to invite Lex.
Jill and Andy seek advice from a child psychologist (Meredith Vieira) about Miles. Meanwhile, Jill and Vanessa have a friendship crisis over "Game of Thrones."
A blizzard blows into town, bringing Jill and Andy together with a seemingly perfect family. Drew Barrymore and John Hodgman guest star.
Doormen go on strike, transforming the Upper East Side into a war zone. Meanwhile, Jill and Andy have a Valentine's Day dinner, where they pick sides in the strike, and Lex and Brooke take a big step in their relationship.
Age issues plague Jill, Andy and Vanessa. Also, Jill and Andy head to a "Dinner in the Dark" with Lex and Brooke.
Things go from great to gruesome when Jill, Andy, and the kids drive to a party in the Hamptons and get stuck in a traffic jam where Jill has a run-in with Brooke's idol, Joy Green (Molly Ringwald), author of The Joy Manifesto. Lex gets an enticing offer for Brooke's company, but Brooke has other ideas.
At Brooke and Lex's vow-renewal ceremony, Jill struggles with telling Brooke that her idol and wedding officiator, Joy Green (Molly Ringwald), is actually a monster.
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