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The Guide to Surviving Life
Young ensemble comedy about a group of friends living together for the first time. Each episode is told from the perspective of Cooper Barrett, a wickedly charming and deeply flawed recent college grad whose life is filled with terrible choices, excellent mistakes and fantastic misadventures.
It is difficult to study in college, but a real adult life is even harder. Cooper convinces himself of this, when after graduation he with friends, Neal and Barry, who, by the way, are his roommates, try to find their way in life. The main character is constantly tormented by doubts, and he cannot understand clearly what he really wants. At one point, he hangs out loud with friends-neighbours, at other, he already wants desperately that a girl, with whom he fell in love at first sight, reciprocates him. He tries to attract her attention, but she does not need a scatterbrain Cooper, she needs stable and serious relationship. His elder brother, Josh, pours oil on the fire who is constantly hanging around the guys' place, if only not to go home to his wife. They all together get into different funny scrapes and absurd situations. Troubles are constantly chasing them, and Cooper considers them to be difficulties of life. But it does not matter how it seems to Cooper, in fact, it's an experience that in future will help the guy to find his place in the world.Read more »