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The series follows the atypical reviewer as he goes above and beyond the boring subjects like films, food or art. Forrest MacNeil reviews life itself: the adrenaline rush of stealing, the dangers of drug addiction, the joys of sleeping with a celebrity, and much more. His unwavering commitment to reviewing any and every experience that his audience suggests often means his work comes at the expense of his family. Throughout the season, Forrest will answer lifeâ€™s most challenging questions while dealing with the unintended consequences of such a lofty goal.
Review season 1 episodes list:
Forrest gets carried away while reviewing theft, finds that his threshold for addiction is high except when it comes to cocaine and takes his son's babysitter to prom.
Forrest makes a sex tape, tries his hand at being a racist and goes hunting with his father-in-law.
Forrest hits rock bottom after divorcing Suzanne and forcing himself to eat an unhealthy number of pancakes.
Forrest bids a fortune to win a dinner with Ashley Tisdale and learns the secret to being Batman from his disastrous family court proceedings.
Forrest goes to space with his ex-father-in-law and competes in a friend-off to become his neighbor Gene's best friend.
Forrest unleashes his inner f**kbeast at an orgy and finds that road rage can quickly turn ugly.
Forrest seeks revenge on a classmate from middle school, attends a self-actualization seminar and struggles with the meaning of an incomprehensible request.
Forrest's marriage to a woman he just met complicates his life as the two of them go on the run from the law and throw a party at their communal living house.
Forrest becomes deeply invested in a new job that he's obligated to quit, lives a day as if it's his last and receives an ultimatum from Suzanne while pretending to be Irish.
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