The BEST Episodes of High Maintenance
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: May 29, 2020
A nameless cannabis delivery guy delivers his much-needed medication to stressed-out New Yorkers
#1 - Stevie
Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired Nov 9, 2012
The Guy starts things off on the wrong foot when he visits the hotel room of Stevie, a woman with clinical anxiety and a very impatient boss.
#2 - Heidi
Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired Nov 9, 2012
Heidi and Mark are an adorable new couple, and everything seems perfect until they call The Guy for marijuana delivery.
#3 - Jamie
Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired Nov 9, 2012
The Guy meets Jamie when he delivers to a pair of women who are upset due to having a mouse in their apartment.
#4 - Trixie
Season 2 - Episode 3 - Aired Jan 17, 2013
The Guy hears a story about Trixie when he delivers to a couple who are stressed out because of their inconsiderate AirBnB guests.
#5 - Olivia
Season 2 - Episode 1 - Aired Jan 17, 2013
The Guy reluctantly delivers to a man and woman listed in his phonebook as "Assholes" and who have an artist friend named Olivia.
#6 - Helen
Season 2 - Episode 2 - Aired Jan 17, 2013
The Guy delivers to an agoraphobic man who lives with his mother and is obsessed with Helen.
#7 - Jonathan
Season 3 - Episode 1 - Aired Apr 20, 2013
Hannibal Buress stars as himself, a stand-up comic trying to get over a traumatic experience, and The Guy tries to cheer him up. Meanwhile, Heidi returns for a cameo role, discussing Jonathan with Hannibal's artist girlfriend, Olivia.
#8 - Elijah
Season 3 - Episode 2 - Aired Apr 20, 2013
A private chef is hired to serve a Passover Seder dinner, and one of the family members happens to be the asexual magician. The chef calls The Guy for delivery, and he arrives just in time to learn about Elijah.
#9 - Brad Pitts
Season 3 - Episode 3 - Aired Apr 20, 2013
An uptight woman discusses Brad Pitts with her bird-watching friend who she discovers is very ill. She suggests that they smoke marijuana together to help with her friend's low appetite. Meanwhile, The Guy gets high with a pair of professional stoners.
#10 - Qasim
Season 4 - Episode 1 - Aired Nov 28, 2013
One of The Guy's customers start dating a fitness buff. She soon learns about his very alternative lifestyle and about Qasim. Meanwhile, The Guy dresses as himself for Halloween.
#11 - Matilda
Season 4 - Episode 2 - Aired Feb 4, 2014
For the first time, The Guy is the central character. He struggles to entertain his teen-aged niece who is visiting from out of town. He doesn't want to conduct business in front of her, but when their plans to see "Matilda" get complicated, one of his customers offers to help out. Featuring cameos from a few characters from the "Jamie" episode.
#12 - Rachel
Season 4 - Episode 3 - Aired Mar 28, 2014
A cross-dressing author struggles with writers' block, which puts a strain on his marriage. Meanwhile, The Guy makes a delivery to him and is introduced to Rachel. Featuring cameos from characters from the "Trixie" and "Olivia" episodes.
#13 - Geiger
Season 5 - Episode 2 - Aired Nov 11, 2014
A woman struggles with her fiancé’s increasing paranoia and survivalist tendencies.
#14 - Genghis
Season 5 - Episode 3 - Aired Nov 11, 2014
A frustrated cubicle-working idealist tries to make a difference in the world by becoming a teacher. His attempts fall flat and the experience challenges his optimism.
#15 - Ruth
Season 5 - Episode 1 - Aired Nov 11, 2014
The guy plays matchmaker, sending two middle-aged marijuana enthusiasts go on a first date.
#16 - Sufjan
Season 6 - Episode 1 - Aired Feb 5, 2015
Reagan and Ezra get priced out of Williamsburg and head to a more affordable neighborhood where they learn you can't have it all when it comes to NY real estate.
#17 - Esme
Season 6 - Episode 2 - Aired Feb 5, 2015
A hapless weed delivery girl named Orly fumbles her way through various misguided pursuits, stealing some of The Guy's customers along the way.
#18 - Sabrina
Season 6 - Episode 3 - Aired Feb 5, 2015
Six long-time friends escape the city and head upstate for a weekend where they spend more time worrying about their careers than enjoying themselves.