Georgia "George" Lass (Ellen Muth) is a young college drop-out who has no job skills and seems unable to take an in anything, including her own life. She cultivates an air of cynicism that infuriates her mother, baffles her father and isolates her younger sister. With her mother insisting that she get a job, Georgia applies to a temp agency that sends her out as a file clerk. Her lunch break and her life are cut short when a toilet seat from the MIR spas station drives her into the pavement. What she experiences beyond death is the focus of this darkly comedic series. It ties a slightly twisted look at life and at one possible version of life after death. What if death is not an escape from the issues that plagues us nor a way to avoid accountability? What if it is an opportunity to accept responsibility? Georgia is about to get a wake-up call.