NEW EPISODES NOVEMBER 29
Played by Hannibal Buress, Ilana's f**k buddy Lincoln is a man of many talents, including dancing, dentistry and pasta-making. Just don't call him her boyfriend.
Lincoln asks Jaime what he should wear to his naturalization ceremony, and the two prank each other.
The eternally fleeting state of a party that has achieved perfection.
In the back of the box truck they've rented to get to a wedding on time, Abbi's old friend Morgan reveals some troubling information about her relationship with her brother.
See what makes Lincoln different than your average tooth jockey.
"Phone, keys, wallet" -- the three things no one should ever leave home without.
When Trey catches Abbi in a lie, Ilana and Lincoln act fast to come up with a convincing cover story.
Lincoln agrees to fix Ilana's busted veneer, but not before getting in some quality dental humor.
An essential part of any charcuterie plate, along with grapes and cornichons. (See: ghost poop)
Abbi comes to terms with the fact that the "gallery" where her art is being displayed is really a sandwich shop, and Ilana finally finds her keys.
After Lincoln replaces Ilana's veneer, she uses an unconventional method to pay him back -- and she tries to get Abbi involved, too.
The girls speculate about what's in the package Abbi has agreed to accept for her hot neighbor, and Lincoln renames Ilana's newly acquired dogs.
A piece of card stock issued by the titular housewares store that provides the recipient with a discount on a select range of items. Known primarily for its expiration date, which is never taken seriously and is used to throw off morons.
Abbi receives emotional support from Ilana as Lincoln gets ready to take out her wisdom teeth.
While searching for a place to have sex aboard a party boat, Ilana and Lincoln discover that all the good spots have already been claimed.
A pastry item combining the features of a churro with those of a macaron.
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