After Alexus Bryant's relationship ends badly, like most millennial 20-somethings would do, she takes to social media, specifically YouTube, as a relationship coach to get over her ex-fiancé. Alexus dives heart first into relationship counseling. Counseling her followers with professional, empathetic, sistah-friend advice that comes from the good old common sense she wishes she had while with her ex-fiancé. Her friends are the real relationship gurus. With a true concern for Alexus' sexual well-being, they rally around her to help her heal from her pinned-up emotions and fears of being hurt again. They also offer their own dating lives to Alexus to draw expert advice from. Their dating lessons are like food to Alexus' followers' souls. Told through Alexus' point of view, a lot of the comedy is found in the camaraderie of the friendships of Alexus, Olivia, Brielle, Chris and Ryan as they come full frontal with the shit no one every wants to face up to about themselves as they seek love. They are a tight bunch, more family than friends.