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Everyone gets into that rut. Everyone fills that space in someone's head where they are just typecast into a certain role. Maybe you're the group wildcard, or the group know-it-all. This is a show about the people who make fun of the people who are known for their one-liners, their typecasts, and how they are attempting to get into "real" acting. A satirical comedy about the lives of those in the "the industry" that will leave you both groaning and grinning.

Impress Me is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on March 18, 2015.

Impress Me is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Impress Me on demand atAmazon Prime online.

Wednesdays 10:30 PM et/pt on Pop TV
1 Season, 13 Episodes
March 18, 2015
Cast: Jim Meskimen As Himself Ross Marquand As Himself
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Impress Me Full Episode Guide

  • In the season finale, Jim and Ross must compete in Piotr's Night of a Milllion Impressions. But only days before the competition Ross disappears, and nobody can find him. Will Jim and his wife get back together? Will Ross get cast in Star Wars? Who will win a quarter of a million dollars? Guest Starring Melissa Villasenor (Saturday Night Live).

  • Ross is stressed out, waiting to hear if he got a part in the new 'Star Wars' film. Ross bugs his manager, Gary, incessantly to see if he's heard anything. But Gary is distracted, because his wife Bianca is waiting to hear if she got cast in a 'late night sketch show that airs once a week on network TV' (that rhymes with Laturday Sight Nive).

  • There ends up being some fallout as the impressionists study all of the time for the competition.

  • After his dad shows up, Jim attempts to pretend that he and his wife are still together.

  • An investor agrees to fund Jim's film as long as an A-list actor is involved in the project.

  • Jim and Ross pay a visit to a secluded retreat in Santa Barbara for a little r & r.

  • Jim attempts to get his career back on track with a dramatic screenplay and approaches an investor called Josh Groban.

  • Ross moves in with Andrea and Jim sleeps on their couch. The police show up after a dinner party violates the neighborhood noise ordinance.

  • Jim and Ross book a theater to pursue their plan to focus on dramatic acting; Jim feels betrayed by Ross' decision.

  • Jim needs to tell his wife and manager about his intention to use a 12-step program to give up doing impressions.

  • James and Ross are cast in a gritty independent film opposite Matt Jones who brags about his ability to do an amazing Russell Crowe impression.

  • Impressionists Jim Meskimen and Ross Marquand are hired to give radio interviews as famous celebrities; while impersonating Christian Bale, Ross gets carried away and does something he will most certainly regret.