Jôrge has been in love before. He’s won and lost, but it always ends. It’s not so much that he’s given up on love, he’s just not going out of his way to find it. He’s just going to focus on work, and let love sort itself out.
Glen is a new father. Now that his wife, Pam, isn’t working, he’s working hard for a promotion. His days have fallen into a predictable routine – and he kind of loves it.
Tina shares a cubicle with Jôrge. They design all of the communications for a gruntter.com, a chat startup focused on very short chats, or grunts. She loves her job, except for the servers in the hot entrée line in the cafeteria.
George meets Jôrge online. They meet for lunch, and hit it off. George has a beautiful house and great friends. And what’s that behind his back? Is that a wedding ring?
Tony is new to corporate work. He shares a cubicle with Jôrge and Tina. He likes working with them, and he likes his work, but the ethics of his new job make him feel a little dirty.
Pam and Glen just had a baby girl, Pearl. Pam didn’t expect to be this happy about it. She had planned to go back to work, back to her life. But somehow, all that doesn’t seem so important any more.
Terry works upstairs from Jôrge, in Accounting. After months of flirting, he works up the courage to invite Jôrge to dinner.
Meghan has known Jôrge and Glen for a long time, she’s one of the guys. She runs her own coffee house, and she’s about to have a baby, oh, and her wife just left her.
Mr. Abbot lives next door to Glen and Pam. They’ve never been close – they say hi on the street – until the day his kitchen catches fire, and his wife Kay dies.
Larry is the total package, and he knows it. He drives a nice car, lives in a nice house, and has amazing abs. He’s Jôrge’s dream guy – what more could anyone want?
Gus, and his friend Becky, visit San Francisco from Wisconsin, to visit their old friend George.
Becky and her friend Gus come to visit their old friend George in San Francisco – and to meet his new boyfriend, Jôrge.
Amir takes Tony’s place. Amir enjoys the work, and a steady paycheck is nice. He doesn’t mind sitting next to Tina all day, either.
Ivan works for his dad’s paper company. He visits San Francisco for a conference, and decides to take his good customers Jôrge, Tina, and Tony to lunch.
The Servers don’t like Tina. There’s not really any reason, they just see her as weak. Tormenting Tina is the only enjoyable thing about their whole day.
Ellen is Glen’s boss. She likes big cars and shooting guns.
The Skincare Clerk at the beauty store is cute. Jôrge has an extra ticket to a concert. Maybe it’s kismet?
Ann works at Meghan’s coffee house. She likes working in a coffee house, and she really likes working for Meghan.
Agnes works in HR at gruntter. A whirlwind of efficiency, she takes new hires through the process – then never sees them again.
Omar works the reception desk at gruntter. He has a husband and two daughters, and he knows everything that goes on in the office.
Pam runs into her Former Colleague while on one of her first shopping excursions with Pearl.
Drunk straight guys don’t always appreciate Jôrge.
Pearl the baby keeps Pam busy all day. The only time Pam can get anything done is when Pearl is sleeping. Shhh.
The Waiter doesn’t know if Larry is kidding, or just stupid.