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Millennial Parents is a comedy about overwhelmed new parents in the midst of a Millennial identity crisis. They can't accept that they aren't as cool and worldly as they were before they had their son and they can't agree on what their brand should be. Millennial Parents is a Comedy series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (27 episodes). The series first aired on December 31, 2013.

Millennial Parents is available for streaming on the Kinonation website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Millennial Parents on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon online.

Kinonation
1 Season, 27 Episodes
December 31, 2013
Comedy
Cast: Lea Coco, Laura Eichhorn
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Millennial Parents Full Episode Guide

  • When Annie and Kurt start bickering about schedules, their single friend, Liz, let's them know how annoying they sound by doing impressions of their whiny voices.

  • Annie sees an opportunity to score some amazing toddler stuff for free, but a miscommunication with her rich friend, Selena, leads to a really awkward exchange.

  • Kurt and his buddies start a "single friend fantasy league" that is like fantasy football except you get points when your single friends do crazy single people things (like the walk of shame or eating breakfast at noon).

  • Kurt and Annie scramble to find outfits that will make them seem as cool as their trendy new neighbors. Unfortunately, they can't quite pull off the right look.

  • Kurt and Annie burst the bubble of expecting young parents who have convinced themselves that having a little baby will be all sunshine and butterfly kisses.

  • Kurt flips out after learning that the family portrait was posted on Facebook without his approval.

  • When one of the neighborhood moms takes the idea of "baby boyfriend and girlfriend" to the next level, Annie awkwardly attempts to break up the fake relationship.

  • Kurt explains to a Buddy why he believes the term "Man Cave" implies that you don't own the rest of your house. Meanwhile his buddy is dead set on proving that he isn't whipped.

  • Annie is worried that the new babysitter might be a stripper after seeing the girl's Facebook pictures.

  • Kurt and Annie are having trouble writing their will because neither one of them is comfortable with the idea of their kids being raised by the other one's family.

  • Annie is excited about the new neighbors but Kurt thinks they might be in a cult.

  • Annie, Kurt, and Annie's sister, Morgan, debate whether it's better to be smart, kind, or good-looking.

  • Kurt and Annie come to grips with the fact that vacationing with a baby isn't nearly as luxurious as an "adults only" experience. Time to trade hot tubs for splash pads.

  • Kurt wants to talk about budgets but Annie is determined to distract him with sex and pizza.

  • Annie's sister, Morgan, takes offense when Kurt suggests her parenting style is like a Vegas gambler with an arbitrary "system" for winning.

  • Kurt and Annie wonder if they are cooler than their parents were thirty years earlier. Kurt thinks it might be time for them to pick a new adjective, but Annie wants to stay cool.

  • Kurt struggles to keep his Facebook timeline nudity-free.

  • Sometimes new parents are just too tired to deal.

  • Annie gets caught in a hipster lie.

  • Kurt buys Annie Lingerie for her birthday...or so he thinks.

  • It's the battle for the breakfast table as Annie and Kurt debate the importance of manners in a post-baby world.

  • When Annie suggests a high-maintenance outing, Kurt accuses her of caring more about pictures than the experience itself.

  • Kurt learns that when a woman says "I want you to be honest with me" she doesn't always mean it.

  • Kurt wants to sing songs to his son from his own childhood in the 90s but all the music he grew up with has explicit lyrics.

  • Millennial Parents is a comedy about overwhelmed new parents in the midst of a Millennial identity crisis. They can't accept that they aren't as cool and worldly as they were before they had their son and they can't agree on what their brand should be.