An unusual, real-world romance involving relatable people, with one catch - there are three of them! You Me Her infuses the sensibilities of a smart, grounded indie rom-com with a distinctive twist: one of the two parties just happens to be a suburban married couple.
Two months later, we find EJI back in Hawthorne Heights, “test-renting” the Helen Wilberg house. Will the surprising news revealed at Emma’s baby-doc appointment put enough pressure on Izzy to finally cave and put down roots in the ‘burbs?
Jack tries to bro-out with his new replacement friend, Nathan. Izzy decides to apply for the Hawthorne School counsellor job. Emma tries to start her architectural empire from home, but can't keep from spying on the exciting new neighbors.
The EJI sex slump continues even as Emma insists Jack and Izzy should be okay getting it on without her. So why can't they seem to pull the trigger even while Emma is busy taking over the neighborhood?
Emma’s been reading up on the rules of polyamory and apparently EJI is doing it all wrong; Gabe blows Emma and Izzy’s mind by revealing a family secret they absolutely cannot repeat to Jack.
EJI attend Poly Training Camp with Portland’s resident poly expert, Coach Remi. They expected the unexpected, but not that they’d be “outed” for doing poly all wrong.
EJI's new symbol of their love, a brightly painted front door, garners the attention of the neighborhood, who don't appreciate "Marigold 142" quite as much as our throuple.
The aftermath of Izzy and Nathan's egg-cellent adventure has surprising consequences, drawing Gabriel into the sticky mess. Meanwhile, Emma and Jack confront Lala at her own game, neighborhood politics.
Lala's not the only one Izzy has to make reparations to; her bad late-night choices seem to keep ringing up consequences, forcing EJI to confront issues they've all been desperately ducking.
Izzy tries to friend zone Nathan once and for all. Jack and his mom finally have their showdown.
Everybody in EJI World prepares for the anniversary party, counting down the moments until they sign papers to legally bind them together as a family... unless someone or something changes their minds.