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A.C.O.D. (23-Jan-2013)

Director: Stu Zicherman

Writers: Ben Karlin; Stu Zicherman

Keywords: Comedy, Divorce

An "adult child" of divorced parents is forced to revisit his haphazard past when he learns of his unwitting past participation in a psychological study.

ABSTRACT
Created by director and co-writer Stu Zicherman as a semi-autobiographical retelling of his own experiences as an "Adult Child of Divorce", A.C.O.D. follows ostensibly sound-of-mind adult male Carter as he learns of his unwitting past participation on a study about children of divorced parents. Forced to revisit the ordeal when he is asked to take part in a follow-up study, Carter must confront his upbringing just as his wayward younger brother initiates plans to get married.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jessica Alba
Actor
28-Apr-1981   Dark Angel
Ken Howard
Actor
28-Mar-1944   The White Shadow
Richard Jenkins
Actor
2-Dec-1953   Six Feet Under
Jane Lynch
Actor
14-Jul-1960   Cheerleading coach on Glee
Catherine O'Hara
Comic
4-Mar-1954   Delia in Beetlejuice
Adam Pally
Actor
18-Mar-1982   Max Blum on Happy Endings
Amy Poehler
Actor
16-Sep-1971   Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation
Adam Scott
Actor
3-Apr-1973   Phillip the Coffee Boy
Sarah Vowell
Radio Personality
27-Dec-1969   This American Life
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Actor
28-Nov-1984   Final Destination 3

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