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In a day-glo-colored, bizarro version of suburbia where adults wear braces on their already-straight teeth, everyone drives golf carts, and children magically turn into golden retrievers, soccer moms and best friends Jill (Jocelyn DeBoer) and Lisa (Dawn Luebbe) are locked in a passive aggressive battle-of-the-wills that takes a turn into the sinister when Lisa begins systematically taking over every aspect of Jill's life starting with her newborn daughter. Meanwhile, a psycho yoga teacher killer is on the loose, Jill's husband (Beck Bennett) has developed a curious taste for pool water, and Lisa is pregnant with a soccer ball. That's just the tip of the gloriously weird iceberg that is the feature debut from writers-directors Jocelyn DeBoer and Dawn Luebbe, a hilariously demented, Stepford Wives-on-acid satire destined to be an instant cult classic.


  • Jocelyn DeBoer
  • Dawn Luebbe
  • Beck Bennett
  • Neil Casey
  • Mary Holland
  • D'Arcy Carden
  • Julian Hilliard
  • Janicza Bravo
  • Dot-Marie Jones
  • Asher Miles Fallica

Did You Know?


  • At a Q&A during the Sundance premiere, the filmmakers explained the main characters all wore braces to reference middle aged suburban parents commonly obsessed with appearing youthful.
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5.0 out of 5


Oct 24, 2019

It’s the most awkward family TV show you’ve ever seen, offset by a never-ending barrage of gags squeezed off with such a consistent rate of fire that keeping up is impossible. But there’s a silver lining: Each is hilarious.

Andrew Crump
Paste Magazine
Oct 17, 2019

The movie’s biggest asset is DeBoer, who plays sweetly dim soccer mom Jill with a commitment that’s alternately terrifying and heartbreaking.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman
Sep 29, 2019

The cast commit enthusiastically to the material, walking that fine line between comic exaggeration and an almost earnest dramatic sincerity.

Metacritic review by Leslie Felperin
Leslie Felperin
The Hollywood Reporter