Death isn’t funny, but these ladies’ reaction to it? Hysterical.
Lady Time is a five-episode series about four women who somehow put the FUN in FUNeral and find friendship in the face of grieving their husbands’ tragic death and intense infidelity.
What makes the Lady Time ladies friendship so funny to watch is that Kathy, Megan, Heather and Eleanor literally have nothing in common (except that their late husbands completely suck). What makes their friendship so special is that, because they’re so different from each other, they’re able to help each other navigate their grief adjust to their new husbandless life. They ladies literally complete each other.
Ready to laugh in the face of death and adultery with these ladies? Then sit back and keep scrolling – because we have every episode below!
It Starts With A Crash (Lady Time Episode #1)
When four jerks explode in a plane crash, their wives decide to honor them with a group memorial.
But this particular group of ladies get along about as well as Israel and Palestine, and agreeing on a venue seems all but impossible — until Eleanor proves that her mansion is the best location. But Eleanor’s one-upmanship ends up backfiring when her Lady Bird Johnson sitting room gets destroyed.
Gasp! Not the Lady Bird Johnson sitting room!
Fabergé Egg Club Does Not Go Egg-cellently (Lady Time Episode #2)
While Eleanor prepares to host Fabergé Egg Club, the other girls arrive on her doorstep — completely unhinged without husbands.
Oh sweet mother of jewelled eggs.
But instead of including them in her event, Eleanor insults them by telling them they wouldn’t fit in with her fancy friends, none of whom don’t own an island. (Could you imagine not owning an island? How embarrassing!) Feeling like they have nothing to live for, the Ladies decide to let themselves go.
In an attempt to expand their horizons, the Ladies attend at a painting-and-wine night…
Which never ends well.
But in the light of day, it turns out Heather has actually painted a masterpiece.
What’s up, drunk Picasso!
She quickly gets in over her head when Kid Rock’s art buyer commissions a lot more work.
Though their husbands haven’t been dead for that long, the Lady Time ladies are ready to date again!
And who can even blame them!? Their late husbands SUCKED – they were literally en route to actively (and excitedly) cheat on their wives when their plane crashed.
After a string of robberies in her neighborhood, Kathy realizes that this man-at-large may be the man of her dreams. The ladies agree it would be nice to have the man around the house and together, they make Eleanor’s mansion as easy to break into as possible in hopes Kathy’s criminal crush will break-and-enter into their home (and eventually, Kathy’s heart).
Hopefully the only thing this burglar steals is Kathy’s heart.
“Widow camp” is just like summer camp, except a lot sadder.
Since becoming widows, the Lady Time ladies have tried
drinking their sorrows away new hobbies, gone on dates with soon-to-be charged felons, and (accidentally) droned each other’s ears off, but they haven’t really reflected on their husbands untimely passing.
In an effort to take sorrow by the reins, they attend a grief retreat led by a celebrity widow. Everyone is excited about the chance to heal except Megan, whose reluctance to participate leads her to a chilling conspiracy…
Didn’t get enough Lady Time? Well you’re in luck – before their husbands died, these ladies were fake friends! Check out the Lady Time prequel below:
There’s a reason women don’t fart.
The gals celebrate Halloween and Jason Vorhees stops by. New Lady Time next Tuesday! HAPPY GAL-OWEEN!
Heather shares her recipe for Pinot Cheesio, Kathy presents the girls with an exciting new business venture and the FBI stops by.
Megan shows off her lucky pregnancy earring and the girls vote on Kathy’s sperm donor options.
Megan passes out in the hot tub, but luckily Oswald the Rabbit comes to the rescue.
The gals head to the Salad Convention but run into some limo trouble. Luckily, a handsome stranger shows up to save the day!
Directed by: Rachel Lee Goldenberg
Written by: Juliet Seniff
Executive producers: Rachel Lee Goldenberg, Juliet Seniff
Executive producer: Becca Kinskey
Producer: Kate O’Brien
Kathy: Kirby Howell-Baptiste
Megan: Allyn Rachel
Heather: Juliet Seniff
Eleanor: Betsy Sodaro
George Dudley: Bryan Safi
Lucien Huddy-Starkes: Baron Vaughn
Paul: Rodney To
Patron 1: Cynthia Kao
Patron 2: Mano Agapion
First assistant director: Cassandra Laymon
Second assistant director: Chandra Alexander
Director of photography: Adam Silver
Production designer: Jessica Mahnke
Costume designer: Emily Heyman
Editor: Kegan Swyers
Camera operator: Mikey Jechort
First assistant camera: Jack Caswell, Geoff Goodloe, Jen Hook, Adam Marquez. Leonard Walsh
Second assistant camera: Elise Martin
Digital loader: Eric Davis
Chief lighting technician: David McGrory
Best boy electric: Matt Read, Brett Frager, Juan “Spike” Osorio
Key grip: Nate Brown
Best boy grip: Miao Chien
Prop master: Justine Smith
Leadman: Chris Santiago
On-set dresser: Dane Jensen
Costume supervisor: Mashal Khan
Costumer: Stephanie Farah, Markie Miller
Sound mixer: Ben Forman
Boom operator: Roger Kean
Make-up department head: Leigh Schwartz, Erin Blinn
Hair department head: Jen Osborne
Hair stylist: Brenna Haukedahl
Script supervisor: Josh Gannon, Tim Wrobel
Location manager: Spencer Coates
Extras casting: Central Casting
Catering: Full Moon Pickles
Head of security: Martin Reyes
Special Thanks: Matt Sweeney
Production office coordinator: Madeline Austin-Kulat
Production controller: Victoria Zamora
Production accountant: Stephanie Cornick
Production counsel: Mark Litwak, Elizabeth Zook
Post production supervisor: Eurie Chung
Post production coordinator: Kevin Kinskey
Assistant editor: Yaniv Elani
Sound designer: Xander Lott
Sound effects editor: Kendall Credi
Colorist: Luke Cahill
Visual effects artist: Ari Fararooy
Key set production assistant: Yanaina Gutierrez
Set production assistants: Paul Angelo, Reggie Henke, Pearce Lawrence, Austin Miller
Set interns: Stephany Ibrahim, Farial Khan. Sunita Williams
Camera interns: Canon Brownell, Mey Chan
Assistant to Rachel Lee Goldenberg: Anna McPeak