A neo-Western, without any West, that satirises and eviscerates the male need for revenge.
The emphasis of comfort and pleasure— only at Dentley and Soper’s department store.
Jeff changes everything with a speech on national TV, and other unexpected life choices.
Jeff begins to have a breakdown. Or, is it a breakthrough?
Jeff’s relationship to Derrell is revealed, as is his relationships with both Phil and Will.
Life is a little bit of sweet, a little bit of sour, at any given moment.
Jeff tries to hold in his rage, while his father’s pushing him out of his own show, and his son’s still smoking weed.
Jeff goes on a date. Seb tries to talk Deirdre into phasing her brother out of the show.
Jeff figures out the P-word. Later, he meets his wife’s new man.
Meet Jeff Pickles— he’s losing his mind, and he’s a children’s show host. What could go wrong?
LOWLIFE is a multicultural tale out of contemporary America, in all its ugly glory.
Gloria takes a trip to California & finds out more about Ennis’ former life as sci-fi author Thaddeus Mobley.