Created by and starring Andrea Savage, this series follows seemingly confident comedy writer, wife and mom Andrea, who comically exposes her inner immaturity and neuroses through unexpected life situations. Joining Savage in the first season are series regulars Tom Everett Scott as Andrea's straitlaced husband, Mike; and newcomer Olive Petrucci as Andrea and Mike's inquisitive daughter, Amelia. I'm Sorry, Vol. 1 (Uncensored) Wiki
1 - Pilot
Andrea discovers a titillating secret about another mom at her daughter's school that she can't quite get past, and later, Andrea plays phone tag with her doctor's office, causing everyone to wonder why the doctor is calling her on a Saturday.
2 - Racist Daughter
Andrea sets up a play date for Amelia and is horrified to learn that her daughter might be racist. Later, Andrea contracts a painful medical condition.
3 - Ass Cubes
Andrea's friend Kyle is getting weirder with age, so she sets him up with Amelia's preschool teacher. Plus, Andrea's father starts hitting on her married mother.
4 - Goddess Party
When Andrea's recently divorced friend asks her to throw a Goddess Party, Andrea does her best to figure out exactly what that is. Plus, a mom at school hires an attractive nanny, and Andrea tries to convince her it's a terrible idea.
5 - Acts of Service
Andrea and Mike get self-help books and therapy to make sure their relationship is still on track, and Andrea tries to juggle being a mom and a comedy writer.
6 - Too Slow
When Amelia has questions about different types of families, Andrea looks to expose her to new role models. And suspecting that her brother is about to come out, Andrea tries to prepare her mother but is surprised by her reaction.
7 - Divorce Fantasy
Andrea pushes her divorced friend Jennifer back into dating so she can live vicariously through her, but ends up regretting their night out. And planning a birthday party for her father proves harder than Andrea thought.
8 - Butt Bumpers
Andrea and Mike meet a new family they hope to befriend, but things become awkward during a playdate. Plus, Andrea questions the feminist messages she's been sending to her daughter and struggles to pull back.
9 - Weekend Alone
With Mike away on business and Amelia at Andrea's mother's place, Andrea finds herself home alone for the first time in years and laments that she doesn't get to hang out as much with her old group of friends.
10 - Off the Charts
Worried about getting older, Andrea and Mike check in on their fertility. Plus, Andrea confronts her father about his increasingly odd behavior.
11 - Sneak Peek
Check out a sneak peek of this comedy series created by and starring Andrea Savage.
12 - Behind the Scenes with Andrea Savage
Go behind the scenes of I'm Sorry with creator and star, Andrea Savage.
13 - Behind the Scenes with Tom Everett Scott
Go behind the scenes of I'm Sorry with star, Tom Everett Scott.
14 - Behind the Scenes with Olive Petrucci
Go behind the scenes of I'm Sorry with star, Olive Petrucci.
15 - What's Tea Bagging?
Andrea has a lovely yet disturbing mother-daughter chat at the grocery store.
16 - Season Preview
Check out a preview of what's to come on this season of I'm Sorry.
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Hands down one of the funniest shows I have every watched. Every episode made me laugh! I watched the first season a couple times and cant wait for season 2!!
I would love to see more episodes
As bad as this sounds, I love this show for it's lack of teachable moments! It's just funny & that is worth alot these days. The stories on this show are being told from a perspective that I love: a woman functioning in the many roles/relationships in her life without her seeming an hysterical mess begging for recognition. A woman, simply, living her life, ridiculous situations and all. I love that because underneath the smart writing & hilarious situations, that's kind of what the show is about and it's real in that way. I mean, we just kind of live our lives and rarely point out how hard it is to be a woman (though it is). We push on, achieve, and get through it. So I appreciate that. That aspect frees me up to actually enjoy the show. Life is hard enough. It's good to find something to just make you laugh & is purely entertaining. And, as always, Jason Mantzoukis is the MVP of everything he's in! My only criticism would be that Savage could take a breath from dialogue to allow some of the bits to land & kind of let the audience squirm with her. Episode one was perfection, btw! Recommend!
I heard Andrea Savage on the Adam Carolla Podcast and it got me interested in the show. I binge watched all the episodes and all I can say is there needs to be more created soon. She really captures the tone, mood, and pacing of what great comedy can be. Super insightfull and packed pull of punches. Keep up the great work!
The is amazingly funny you because you don't know what she is going to say next !
This more crude humor is rarely my thing, but the often self depreciating delivery and the often acerbic tone make this a pleasure to watch. I'd say overall it just feels real as though you're watching reality tv, not "reality" tv which is scripted melodramatic trash for garbage people, but reality in the sense that if you got the superpower of invisibility and walking around these people as though they actually exist. Huh this kind of got away from me, well anyways I'd say a promising start - haven't really seen growing pains which helps the truth of it - I look forward to the journey.
If you are into movies like 40 Year Old Virgin, or any movie Judd Apatow came out with in the mid 2000's than you will like this show. It's vulgar, and gives a somewhat honesty to every day adulthood. If you don't like raunchy humor or you feel the need to keep a clean comedy schedule in your life this show isn't for you. But, I personally think it's refreshing and fills voids left from the likes of Parks and Rec and shows that allow you to connect with characters. Give it a shot, be open, and watch it without the kids! Let it be your guilty pleasure.
Not funny enough to cover the foul stench.