5 Available, 6 Aired
Last Aired S01E06 on Sep 09, 2016
5 episodes available of 6 aired
8.2 (6 Ratings)
25 Min

This semi-autobiographical dark comedy starring Tig Notaro follows her as she returns to her hometown after the sudden death of her mother. Still reeling from her own declining health problems, Tig struggles to find her footing with the loss of the one person in her life who understood her. All while dealing with her clingy girlfriend and her dysfunctional family.

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All One Mississippi (2016) Episodes

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One Mississippi Episodes

  1. 6 Watch One Mississippi S01E06 online - New Contact
    Available Aired on Sep 09, 2016
  2. 5
    Not Available Aired on Sep 09, 2016
  3. 4
    Available Aired on Sep 09, 2016
  4. 3
    Available Aired on Sep 09, 2016
  5. 2
    Available Aired on Sep 09, 2016
  6. 1
    Available Aired on Sep 09, 2016

Watch One Mississippi season 1 episode 6 (S01E06)

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Tig returns to Los Angeles and discovers that life has moved on without her. Encounters with friends, an ex-girlfriend, and coworkers all lead her to a crossroads, where a life-altering decision must be made.

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Tig and Jessie explore the limits of living in the moment. Attempting to connect, Bill attempts to organize a family dinner with Tig and Remy. Remy clumsily pursues a female member of his Civil War reenactment club. Tig and Bill finally have it out over painful events of the past.

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Finally feeling better, Tig readies for her return to LA. But before she goes, she is roped into replacing her mother as Mardi Gras Queen at the Bay St. Lucille parade. Remy and Bill are stymied in their search for romance and cats, respectively. Tig searches for Kate at the parade, but instead encounters Jessie, a news reporter who makes her want to stay in town a bit longer.

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Bill's cat escapes and he blames Tig for letting her out. Tig's biological father, Mick, leads a search party. Assigned to survey the neighborhood, Tig unearths a secret from Caroline's past. Having found a local station where she can record her show remotely, Tig connects with Kate, the off-beat radio station manager.

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Struggling to accept her mother's death, Tig can't let go of Caroline's possessions. Unable to leave home, Tig tries to maintain control of her radio show from Mississippi. Seeing that Tig is unable to accept the fragility of life, most pressingly her own, Bill pushes her to investigate a disturbing, yet oddly hilarious medical procedure.

Watch One Mississippi season 1 episode 1 (S01E01)

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Tig Notaro, an LA-based radio host, returns to her hometown of Bay St. Lucille, Mississippi, to be at the bedside of her ailing mother, Caroline. Suffering from her own recent health problems, Tig attempts to reconnect with her brother, Remy, and stepfather, Bill, both of whom lack the emotional tools to deal with family trauma.

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