After discovering his wife, Jessica, played by Lauren Lapkus, in a compromising position with another man, aspiring but unworldly stand-up comedian Pete Holmes flees to the New York comedy scene, where he crashes on other people’s couches, in the process learning hard lessons about life and himself.
After discovering his wife, Jessica, played by Lauren Lapkus, in a compromising position with another man, aspiring but unworldly stand-up comedian Pete Holmes flees to the New York comedy scene, where he crashes on other people’s couches, in the process learning hard lessons about life and himself. HBO
After discovering his wife, Jessica, played by Lauren Lapkus, in a compromising position with another man, aspiring but unworldly stand-up comedian Pete Holmes flees to the New York comedy scene, where he crashes on other people’s couches, in the process learning hard lessons about life and himself. HBO

‘Crashing’ captures pain of stand-up

February 21, 2017 05:43 PM

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