In this installment, three different plot lines (besides the main premise of the show - four single friends, living in New York, looking for that 'special' someone) run their course, with Tommy (Johnny Sneed - who might turn out to be our favorite character) sticking his nose into each of them. Jack (Craig Bierko - who really shines in this role) meets a woman at a bar (crazy-funny exchange) who just might be 'the one' - except for one, small 'scampi-sized' problem. Tommy's suggested solution is grossly hilarious.
Kate (Rashida Jones) falls head-over-heels for a heralded rocker - 'the sickest... in all of southern New England' only to find out that it is really an 'illusion/allusion' (a point that Jack, Freddy and Tommy - especially Tommy - delight in pointing out).
Dr. Fred 'hooks up' with a bouncer upon the misunderstood advice of (once again) Tommy and ends up with a velvet-rope situation outside of his medical office.
The writing is so right-on and 'today' that it would be impossible for another show to be more contemporary than this one. Each episode seems to be a more-or-less stand-alone, and one has to believe that the creators expect this to be around for quite some time and go to syndication. This is the type of show where you won't mind seeing the rerun multiple times. I've seen it twice already and it's only 10 hours old.