Inspired by the popular series of CollegeHumor Originals, HOT DATE is a new television comedy from Pop TV and Big Breakfast spotlighting modern-day relationships and dating dilemmas. The ... See full summary »
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S1.E10 Blackout Brunch
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Bottomless mimosas get away from Murph and Emily. Mike and Laura get in a fight. Bridget and Brad think about getting back together.


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Inspired by the popular series of CollegeHumor Originals, HOT DATE is a new television comedy from Pop TV and Big Breakfast spotlighting modern-day relationships and dating dilemmas. The series stars real-life married couple Emily Axford and Brian K. Murphy, two CollegeHumor comedians who also star in the "Hot Date" digital series, which has garnered over 100 million views to date. Executive produced by Will Arnett ("Arrested Development," "30 Rock") and Electus production company Big Breakfast ("Adam Ruins Everything"), HOT DATE chronicles the social mores of dating, sex and marriage.

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Beth from the pilot episode bears a strong resemblance to Emily Axford and Brian Murphy's Collehumor coworker Siobhan Thompson See more »

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Fun, Carefree Show
30 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

If you enjoyed Em and Murph's material from their CollegeHumor days, this is a wonderful extension of their sense of humor. For those who are getting first introduced to their material, this is a fun, carefree show composed of connected, albeit loosely, sketches almost entirely played by the duo. Worth checking out!


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