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Happy-ish season 1
Thom Payne has lived a half of his life. And the idea strikes him that the most interesting part of the lifetime has passed. He understands this in the course of his regular birthday. His presents are for the most part trifles, as well as from his new chief. All in all he realizes that he must have a big goal to live further. And this goal should be connected with a youth culture, which is not a Thom's cup of tea due to his age. All his professional activity was connected with completely another type of culture. Therefore he needs some representatives from a young generation to assist him. But where can he find such? The teenagers are egoists and donâ€™t care of anybody except for themselves. So, Thom has to find the purpose of life and to understand the currently dominating ideology. Another problem is that Thom must uptake ED-pills, which bring to naught the effect of antidepressant drugs. Therefore he is always gloomy and dissatisfied. But his purpose is worth suffering because the whole generation is at stake!
Happy-ish season 1 episodes list:
44 year-old Thom Payne is pressured to rebrand himself.
Thom gets a lesson in corporate America. Lee's bubble is invaded.
Julius gets ill. Thom endures dueling takes on the meaning of suffering.
While waiting for the mothership to return, Thom is overrun by a**sholes.
Thom gets a life lesson - when his train kills a commuter.
The Swedes attempt to steal Lorna while offering Thom a big account.
Thom gets forced out of his office to make way for the "Ideation Room"; Lee vents on "Frozen," while helping out as lunch mom, and meets Sandy; James Deen gives three fool-proof tips on success in porn/corporate America.
Thom discovers something terrible about Larry; Lee takes Julius to Hebrew school; Thom meets with Dani for advice.
Thom writes a story involving meaning, underpants, a church and a cop. Then he quits. Also: 'Radical Capitalism,' The New Yorker, hopes, dreams and a big red slide.