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Jeff, Who Lives at Home (14-Sep-2011)

Directors: Jay Duplass; Mark Duplass

Writers: Jay Duplass; Mark Duplass

Keywords: Comedy

A basement-dwelling man searches for his destiny in life whilst out running an errand.

Jeff, a thirty-year old pothead slacker, lives in the basement of his widowed mother's home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. After being called out of his dwelling one day to run an errand, he unexpectedly meets up with brother Pat, who seeks help in figuring out how to act on suspicions of his wife's infidelity; Jeff, of course, uses this as a pretext to finally discovering his destiny in life on that fateful day.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Katie Aselton
1-Oct-1978   Jenny on The League
Rae Dawn Chong
28-Feb-1961   Quest for Fire
Judy Greer
20-Jul-1975   13 Going on 30
Ed Helms
24-Jan-1974   The Daily Show
Evan Ross
26-Aug-1988   Son of Diana Ross
Susan Sarandon
4-Oct-1946   Louise in Thelma and Louise
Jason Segel
18-Jan-1980   How I Met Your Mother


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