A half-hour, single-camera original series that follows a young lesbian couple (Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher) as elements of their domestic life intersect with the underground standup showcase they co-host.
I watched the first season on seeso and LOVED IT cam and rhea are the charming gay parents all kids deserve, an fld all gay people deserve to see. go listen to all their podcasts after you fall in love with them.
Worth well over $9.99
Caught this season on SeeSo and after watching all of Season 2 way too quickly, I decided it was worth it to buy this and re-binge. Just going to wait here patiently for a season 3.
Meh -- Not that good
Sorry, but this is what happens when someone makes a TV series for themselves and their friends and family. I only watched the pilot, not going to actually pay for anything more. I found the pilot entirely unengaging. I felt it was full of moments that are seemingly straight out of the 'how to film a sitcom 101" course. While not horrible, neighter Rhea nor Cameron are really great actors. This story seems to HEAVILY rely on you actually knowing these two women and wanting to know their story... not entertaining an audience.
This is an amazing show. It’s so nice to see this representation! So funny and well done.
I love Put Your Hands Together and I lovvve this show. It’s a shame it was cancelled
By Shayna Sullivan
I'm psyched there is a show about actual lesbians and parts of it are funny, but there are only three people that can act. Cameron, the neighbor and Dave. I love listening to PYHT and I think Rhea is usually funny, but we can't get passed her horrible acting. Hopefully a queer show will come along with great writing and great actors. Not just hired comedian friends.
So many laughs
Queer comedy...yes!!!!! (But even my straighties love it!)
Truly My Most Rewatched Season Of Television
I could watch every episode a hundred times and still adore it.