The concept of sharing is one of the first times a child is introduced to the idea that they aren't the only being in existence; that their actions have an impact on people around them, and sometimes it's best to take others into account at the expense of their own basic desires. And then...that's about it. The teachings of self-awareness stall and people are left to be the selfish beings nature intended them to be.
A convergence of events - the extreme political divide of the country, COVID-19, and the killing of George Floyd - has sent the country on a new trajectory. Self-reflecting, Greg is trying to understand how he fits into the current dynamic, dragging Autumn with him into analyzation. While the subject matter can be heavy, and confusing to navigate, it's important to take inventory. Hopefully you'll join them on the journey.
Life is filled with expectations - those inflicted by parents, society, and culture. Some are even self-imposed, ultimately leading to disappointment and self-despair. Autumn and Greg try to sort through which of life's expectations are reasonable, and which are not. Most importantly, keep your expectations grounded, especially for this show.
Does anyone actually want to deal with life? It's so much easier to avoid. Ahh, sweet freedom from things. Greg takes the classic avoidance approach - retreat and isolation - whereas Autumn has created a system that makes it seem as though she thoroughly engaged, though she's actually avoiding in plain sight.