At the start of COVID life in March 2020, my friends John J. King and Ramona Rose King decided to create a weekly web series riffing on The Office — except this time, it would be Home Office, since, well, everyone is stuck working from home. Even the The Boston Globe celebrated the Kings' delightful caricatured versions of themselves as a newly married couple trying to learn how to turn their tiny apartment into a shared work space.
They're back now for a second season featuring 5 episodes that are each around six minutes, and deal with a whole new set of pandemic challenges: moving to a new city and finding a job at the weirdest time imaginable. Also (SPOILER!) the consequences of unprotected sex.
You can watch both seasons in under an hour. Together, they tell a sweet, funny story about the last year that is all too relatable, in all its embarrassing weirdness.