After mistakenly sleeping with a 17-year old girl, Arthur struggles to keep the affair hidden from his girlfriend. He is also in production on his most ambitious play.
Arthur is dating the lead actress in his play. Unfortunately, she’s a complete hysteric. When she gets laryngitis, the two are happier than ever… until she gets her voice back.
As opening night approaches, Arthur finds himself in unchartered territories… his girlfriend refuses to sleep with him. He’s faced with the old adage: Love or sex?
Adam Goldberg takes you inside the mind and shortcomings of Arthur Banks – a man who just can’t seem to find a woman good enough for him. The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks. Only online.
Writer / Director Peter Glanz and the cast of The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks share their insights into the web of relationships and character deficiencies that come to the fore in episode 1, “I Pulled a Polanski”.
Arthur simply can’t keep his mind off of his 17-year old stalker, Chloe, in this deleted scene from episode 1, “I Pulled a Polanski”. The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks. Only online.
And… Scene… Amelia McIntyre auditions for the part of Abigail. But overconfidence might cost her the role.
At any moment she could crack… crack… crack… Betsy Blue auditions for Arthur’s play, treating you to her ukulele playing. Her acting, however, might need some work.
Go inside the casting process and see the audition that demonstrated that Cornelia Klein had the acting chops to pull off the part of Abigail.
“I want a baby… I want to experience… Childbirth…” Wouldn’t you rather experience the audition of Kathryn Edwards instead?
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