Disjointed season 1
Disjointed is a comedy TV series on the Netflix channel from producer and screenwriter Chuck Lorre. Season 1 will consist of 20 episodes. The general atmosphere of the comedy TV show is characterized as “The Big Bang Theory about the Sellers of Hash”. The plot of “Disjointed” revolves around a woman lawyer named Ruth, who prefers hash for breakfast, dinner and supper. She fights for the legalization of marijuana and dreams of buying a pharmacy in Los Angeles to sell cannabis. The main character of the TV series Disjointed devoted almost all her life to the achievement of her dreams, and as a result, the woman has become the owner of the sale point of therapeutic marijuana in Los Angeles. Three botanists, whom she hires as assistants, her young 20-years old son and a very troubled guard keep the company with her.
The employees at Ruth's Alternative Caring marijuana dispensary are passionate about life, love and pot. But mostly pot.
After a neighboring business lodges a formal complaint against the dispensary, two of Ruth’s most loyal customers launch a pro-pot protest.
Travis and Olivia come to an understanding, Dank and Dabby land an unexpected endorsement, and Carter opens up about his past.
A legendary pot photographer has Pete in a tizzy. Meanwhile, Ruth has a change of heart about her son's love life.
Pete and Doug share a love of candles, Jenny makes a painful phone call, and Travis takes issue with Ruth's Scrabble tactics.
While attending a funeral for a famed pot activist, Ruth imagines what Travis might say at her memorial when the time comes.
Ruth worries that she could be losing Pete to a rival. Olivia and Carter help Jenny track down a handsome customer.
Carter seeks advice from Ruth, and Jenny comes clean with Pete. Travis brings his new girlfriend to the dispensary, much to Olivia's annoyance.
Travis impresses Ruth with his business savvy, Olivia introduces a new delicacy to the dispensary, and Pete gets an otherworldly visitor.
While Ruth and Travis experience the worst day of their lives, Dank and Dabby come to a short-lived realization.
While the gang celebrates 4/20, Ruth helps Olivia with a contract, Pete loses confidence in his growing abilities, and Jenny and Carter share a secret.
Ruth organizes a talk for women in business headline by an old friend. The guys bond on the roof. Pete's unusual relationship hits the skids.
Dank and Dabby seek legal advice from Ruth. Olivia's history as a reluctant viral video star threatens her booming edibles business.
As Ruth valiantly tries to clear Dank and Dabby, the rest of the gang throws a "re-birthday party" for Pete to help him get over his supposed curse.
Carter's relationship with his therapy parrot ruffles Jenny's feathers. Doug crashes Pete's trip to the woods. Dank and Dabby get an intern.
Dabby throws a Gatsby party, but Dank isn't into being fancy. Ruth bonds with a new customer and helps Maria see the light.
An investor expresses interest in Olivia's edibles. Meanwhile, Ruth convinces Walter to branch out, and Carter and Doug battle for a parking space.
Pete's relationship with Biowave takes a turn.Olivia struggles with how to handle Angelo's business proposal. The gang tries painting while high.
Carter's stand-up career gets off to a rocky start. Dank and Dabby pretend to "meet cute." Walter and Ruth have a difficult conversation.