Reggie isn’t really a romantic: she’s been hurt by the world too often, and doesn’t let people in as a rule. Plus, when you’re dealing with “the Three Stages of Depression,” it can be pretty much impossible to feel warm and fuzzy.
On a CVS run to pick up her Zoloft, Reggie meets Snake, who doesn’t give her much of a choice. Snake has a neck tattoo, a Twizzler habit, and a fair share of arrogance, but he’s funny, charming, and interested in Reggie. Snake also has a 7-months-pregnant ex-girlfriend, Carla. Good thing Reggie isn’t a romantic.
As she begins to fall for Snake, Reggie must decide whether loving him is worth the risk of letting him in. Reggie, Snake, and Carla all grapple with the meaning of friendship, love, and depression—and realize one definition doesn’t always cover it.