Jenny Scarsdale, an aspiring documentary filmmaker, arrives at The Bar for her first day of work. The agenda: Expose the Mob and make an awesome documentary about it. But, her plan quickly turns sour when her manager position is threatened by new employee, Sky.
The Hair of the Dog:
Sky's first night as manager means he's gonna pull out the big guns and do whatever he can to pack The Bar and keep his manager status. Judging by Sky's sign, "Free Hot Dogs & Hot Chicks" Jenny assumes the manager position (and amazing mafia documentary footage) will be hers before the night is over. But the stakes are raised when things don't go as Jenny thought.
The Raspberry Mint Collins:
After hours, following Sky's "Hot Chicks and Hot Girls" event, Jenny and Sky have one of their first real conversations. Sky shows a different side of himself with a story from his past, as Jenny attempts to collect more evidence for her mafia documentary.
The Woo Woo:
Jenny needs asses in the seats. Jenny + asses= Mafia Documentary! Her solution? Slam Poetry. And an extremely awkward rap.
My Fair Lady:
Battle of the Rock n' Rollers. Sky puts on an event that pits his Jimi Hendrix alter ego against Fat Elvis. As the bar fills up with customers, JB introduces his wife, Tara D. Despite a strict warning from JB, Jenny lets Tara D get her hands on some alcohol which opens up a world of crazy.
Sky tries to escape the wrath of JB but ends up deeper in with the mob than he ever could have imagined. Jenny thinks she's gotten off scott free. She thought wrong. Tara D and Jameo? Bad news.
Death in the Afternoon:
Shit.Is.Going.Down. There's a mafia sit down happening right before Jenny and Sky's eyes. Tara D makes Sky an offer he can't refuse. And Jenny gets one step closer to an award winning documentary film.
The Last Word:
Final episode of season 1. If you want more, let us know! Comment, email, facebook, or tweet us. We'd love to hear!