In a uniquely hilarious odyssey of self-discovery and cultural observation, an anxious New Yorker who attempts to give everyday advice while dealing with his own personal issues.
To thank his elderly landlord for all the times she has cooked and cleaned for him, John attempts to make her favorite dish.
When confronted by the overwhelming and mysterious world of wine, John attempts to master his senses and make informed choices.
After renting the same apartment for years, John contemplates an unexpected opportunity to become a homeowner.
John Wilson taps into his “Memory Palace” for an unforgettable exploration into our ability – or inability – to remember things.
Though determined to let fate be his guide, John’s attempt at spontaneity doesn’t go as planned.
While trying to live peacefully with his furniture destroying cat, John Wilson explores the challenges of keeping an object in pristine condition.
Seeking a solution to the universal conundrum of battery disposal, John ponders the value of things we hold onto – and what we throw away.
John reflects on the competitive and complex process of parking in NYC, where the possibilities opened by having a car comes with a catch.
John Wilson offers a unique history of New York’s hideous yet sprawling network of overhead “protection,” otherwise known as scaffolding – and contemplates what it might take to reduce its nearly 300-mile eyesore presently overtaking the city.
After years of rooting his life in non-fiction, John drifts from the world of rational thought in hopes of finally remembering his dreams.