High Maintenance (2016) season 1
TV show “High Maintenance” is based on the same web-series. Unnamed marijuana dealer delivers orders to his neurotic customers in Brooklyn. He’s bearded local, and everyone calls him simply “The Guy”. He rides through the city on a bicycle, takes orders and brings them to different people, observing their life at the same time. Each episode of the comedy series focuses on a specific client, its living space, where there is a sale. Customers willing to tell The Guy about all the problems and he is immersed in their personal lives.
The Guy makes an uncomfortable delivery to a macho client and his taciturn friend. Best friends Max and Lainey’s co-dependent relationship begins to wane after Max accidentally stumbles upon a new group of friends. In order to stay part of this group, Max must maintain a charade, while keeping Lainey’s suspicions at bay.
Eesha, a young girl living with her aunt and uncle in Brooklyn, struggles to be a “normal college student,” despite her family’s religious values. The Guy delivers to Leo and Gigi, a jaded couple throwing an intimate gathering for Leo’s birthday – an event marked by accusations, recriminations and a troubling revelation.
When Chase and his sensitive yet fun-loving dog Gatsby move from the suburban Midwest to Queens, culture shock takes its toll – until they cross paths with Beth, a whimsical dog walker.
Aging parents Joon and Wei navigate their son’s recent success and new lifestyle. The Guy delivers to Jim, a retired, former workaholic living downstairs from his neurotic daughter, Quinn, and her husband and baby.
Anja, a twentysomething aspiring writer who spends most of her time on social media, convinces The Guy to sit down for a one-on-one interview, but her social media addiction threatens to blow up the story. Former customer Heidi enlists The Guy’s help when she is confronted by her past.
The Guy pays a visit to agoraphobic Patrick, a longtime customer. The Guy seeks solace from a customer after a rough night.