Armed with art and unbridled optimism, Stan (Cameron Scoggins) brunches with his girlfriend Annie (Sorel Carradine, the Good Doctor), a schoolteacher, only to discover that she wants to take a break. Aaron (Charlie Barnett, Chicago Fire, Gayby) confronts his boyfriend Marcus (LeRoy McClain) about their open relationship. The lives of these two couples become intertwined when Stan and Marcus meet online and hook up. Apparently, Stan has a bi-side, and Aaron walks in on the aftermath of Marcus and Stan's afternoon tryst. Meanwhile, Annie goes on a blind date with an older man David (Michael Nathanson, the Wolf of Wall Street) who makes his living writing scripts for reality TV shows, which feels more "real" than Stan's afternoons spent in the rehearsal space with his band. Annie confides in her fellow teacher Mandy (Maria Dizzia, Orange is the New Black) about her relationship troubles. Mandy and Annie engage in some flirtation and decide to try a lesbian relationship, which, in turn, reminds Annie that perhaps she was in love with Stan all along. Eventually all of these characters must face the consequences of their choices and decide what matters to them most.