After Los Angeles goes on red alert, Jackie and Tara get stuck at a watering hole overrun with geriatrics.
Tara gets promoted at the agency; Jackie jumps on the gravy train and begins writing a love story.
Jackie's mother (Mary Kay Place) comes to visit with the new, sketchy man in her life.
Jackie has a new lease on life after Tara takes her to a yoga class; Sally Kellerman guest stars.
Jackie and Tara find their less-than-perfect matches in Kip and Josh. Series, uncut.
Tara meets bad luck Brad at work and ends up in the emergency room; Jackie gets dragged into Tara's new project.
Jackie's mother visits from North Carolina; Tara serves as moderator of a Los Angeles film market panel.
Jackie and Tara pretend to be a lesbian couple to get Tara a new car and Jackie a new job.
Under the influence of a new designer drug, Jackie horrifies her friends by becoming an obsessive fan of a right-wing radio host.
An old enemy from film school signs an improbable deal to turn a book on how to write a screenplay into a movie; Jackie, in utter frustration, turns to the wisdom of Sun Tzu's "The Art of War."
Jackie spends a sizable filmmaking grant from an American Indian nonprofit organization, then she must rely on wits alone to produce and shoot footage for the documentary.
Unable to sleep due to a car alarm, Jackie calls the police to have the vehicle towed, then the owner decides that she wants to be in the Jackie Woodman business.
Elevated to co-writer status, Jackie later finds out the promotion is because the studio heads believe she has cancer.
Jackie discovers that her would-be boyfriend stole her 1930s roller derby queen script idea and sold it to the production company where Tara works.
Jackie meets a graphic novelist with boyfriend potential; Andy Dick guests stars as himself.
Jackie and Tara are drawn into the world of "The Platform," a so-called self-help group spearheaded by a charismatic ex-agent.