Dog Moms (10 MIN.) A parody of Dance Moms, this web series follows Waggy Lee, who demands only the best out of her students, and their mothers.
Teapot (15 MIN.) Jaime, a newcomer in a women's anger management program, manipulates her sponsor and friends through the guise of her beloved grandmother's teapot in order to confront her ex about the break up text he recently sent her.
Recalculating (6 MIN.) A night out for two stoners takes an unexpected turn when their GPS goes haywire from a contact high.
Cookies (12 MIN.) A young banker goes to deliver an eviction notice to one of his best former clients. What he encounters at the home makes him reconsider the reason of his visit.
Douchaholics (10 MIN.) Doucheaholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who exhibit poor behavior and want to better themselves in a supportive, healing, and nurturing environment. Free of judgment and hostility, DA provides a safe haven for those with proclivities for social misconduct and general immorality. With understanding and full hearts, the group moves forward, one day at a time, to present their best selves to the world and live in harmony with all mankind. Not really. It's just a bunch of douchebags. In a meeting. Being douchey.
Boday and Daw (3 MIN.) A park ranger receives a routine call to remove an unregistered tent from the premises when she encounters some real people of the land.
The Notion of Mistake (10 MIN.) Maurice Delacroix, an arrogant mathematician, is convinced he was hexed by Marc-Antoine, the trisomic cashier of a butcher shop.
Adult Puberty (4 MIN.) A parody of 1950s-era educational videos that helps those entering middle age understand the changes their bodies are about to go through.
Writers Block (8 MIN.) Past her prime and afflicted with a severe case of writer's block, a veteran songwriter finds new inspiration in a bird that takes up residence outside her home. Starring Jane Lynch.
The Room Actors: Where Are They Now (TRA:WATN) (25 MIN.) is a mockumentary television/web series that takes a fictionalized, tongue-in-cheek look at what happened to the actors in the 2003 cult film, “The Room” after appearing in what Entertainment Weekly called “the Citizen Kane of bad movies.” Pairing “talking heads” with docu-style footage, “TRA:WATN” follows seven out of nine of the original actors from “The Room,” as they comically struggle with either embracing or shaking “The Room’s” “worst movie ever made” stigma. Packed with Room jokes, Room references and Easter Eggs, the series will be a highly entertaining for Room fans, however the narrative elements and characters are compelling enough to attract those with no prior knowledge of “The Room.”