Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A Seattle morning show weather girl must struggle to pull her life together after committing career suicide before a live audience in this existential crisis comedy featuring Mark Harmon, Jon Cryer, and Jane Lynch. Sylvia (Tricia O'Kelley) was a notable fixture on Seattle's most popular morning television program before she discovered that her boyfriend, Dale (Harmon), the show's anchor, was cheating on her with his co-host, Sherry (Kaitlin Olson). Her career in television implodes in just the time it takes to have an on-air meltdown, and Sylvia is forced to move in with her slacker brother, Walt (Ryan Devlin), while she tries to get back on her feet. Now Sylvia is 35, unemployed, and single. No one will hire her for fear that she may flip out on a moment's notice, but Walt's best friend, Byron (Patrick J. Adams), sees something in Sylvia that no one else seems to notice. Now, as Walt attempts to show Sylvia that there's more to life than fame and fortune, the woman whose life has just fallen apart wages a valiant effort to finally get over herself and discover the secret to living a more meaningful life.
meltdown, single, TV-show-host, weatherperson