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Difficult People ends its second season with a strong episode, as Julie gets a personal essay optioned by a development exec played by Julianne Moore.
Billy gets a gig as a beaver on a children’s TV show while Julie gets the opportunity to model Christian Siriano’s new clown-themed collection at New York Fashion Week. What could possibly go wrong?
Billy and Julie get another amazing career opportunity as Method Man teams up with them to develop a show, only to have it once again ruined by Julie’s lies. Would Billy be better off without Julie?
Billy and Julie debut their new musical Carter, inspired by Hamilton, while Marilyn gets a new job on The Real Houswives of New York.
Difficult People shows shades of growth as Billy actually falls for a man while Julie tries to repair her relationship with her mother in a hilarious, sweet episode.
Julie gets an amazing career opportunity to be on a Showtime show…because the casting directors think she’s mentally disabled.
Billy and Julie take over an empty office at PBS in order to avoid Billy’s brother Gary (Fred Armisen) and Arthur, who’s acting awkward after catching Julie watching porn.
Billy and Julie reinvent themselves in Hoboken, New Jersey, as Billy pretends to be recently out of the closet to attract men while Julie decides that her true cultural identity is Italian.
Difficult People returns for season two with two new episodes, as Billy and Julie scheme to achieve fame, fortune, and love while remaining hilariously awful.