Netflix’s Human Resources Season 1 Brief Guide: Episodes 1 to 10

Human Resources

HUMAN RESOURCES. (L to R) Randall Park as Pete the Logic Rock, Aidy Bryant as Emmy the Love Bug and Maria Bamford as Tito the Anxiety Mosquito in HUMAN RESOURCES. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022

Big mouth spinoff Human Resources finally out now on Netflix! This new series is a ranchier and adult version of the beloved adult animated comedy with many of our favorite monsters and creatures returning along with colorful new characters!

If you are the one who loves monsters the most Big mouth then this program is for you. There are fewer human characters and more focus on the inner lives and professions of these ancient creatures. The show is a workplace comedy and we get to see what’s going on in the official Human Resources Office buildings like Lovebugs, Shame Wizards, Ambition Gremlins, Logic Rocks, Depression Kitties and many more more work together to manage their human customers.

Netflix’s Human Resources Brief Guide: Episodes 1 to 10

SPOILER WARNING: This is the complete episode guide and synopsis for the show, including all tracks used. Remember there are VERSIONS for all 10 episodes of season 1 in this season.

Episode 1, “The Birth”

Human Resources start by immediately introducing us to the new world of monsters, creatures and all the other creatures that make humans act the way they do. Our Referral Program is self-described as Big mouth meeting Officepacked with wacky characters, meta jokes, and the expected sense of humor we’ve come to expect from this animated adult comedy series.

To take us into the inner workings of the Human Resources department, the master office space where these characters do most of their work, we encounter Maury (Nick Kroll) on an elevator ride. awkward with some of his fellow Hormone Monsters. Gil and Joe are two ordinary employees who complain about their wives and believe that humans will eventually stop having sex because of the evolution of VR while Gavin (Bobby Cannavale) is a high-flying monster who causes Maury to grieve about his continued work with children going through puberty.

Gavin, on the other hand, just got a big gig as head of testosterone at the NFL. For a Hormone Monster, it doesn’t get any better than that. It’s also Maury’s 40 millionth birthday, and Gavin’s comments plunge him into an existential crisis. Who is he really? What does he have to offer after all this time of existence?

Maury’s colleagues try to throw him a surprise birthday party complete with a cookie, but it only angers him. Even Connie (Maya Rudolph) can’t get him out of his funk. Only when Maury comes home and sees his ass (yes, Maury has a pile of hairy self-moving penises that he treats like babies to those who haven’t seen it yet) Big mouth) that he started to feel better.

They’re like having children, aren’t they? Spend time with them while reminiscing together (with some Big mouth interspersed references throughout) through a slide show and a group masturbation session is exactly what Maury needed to celebrate her birthday in style.

We catch up with the rest of the monsters while Maury deals with his identity crisis. Big mouth focuses on middle school students and teenagers, but Human Resources features more adult characters, like Becca Li (Ali Wong), a pregnant litigator after giving birth to her first child with husband Barry (Mike Birbiglia). Becca’s team is completely stressed with preparation.

Becca’s Hormone Mistress is Big mouthConnie’s Connie, who worries that Becca and Barry won’t have sex again after Becca gives birth, Tito the Anxiety Mosquito (Maria Bamford) worries the wrong baby will be born, Petra the Ambition Gremlin (Rosie Perez) not wanted Becca to risk losing her job promotion because of maternity leave. Then there’s Pete Doheny (Randall Park), a Logic Rock resident trying to keep everyone in line.

At the top of the list is the love bug Sonya (Pamela Adlon), who demands that everyone get along, more or less. After the meeting, Sonya sternly talks to her assistant Emmy (Aidy Bryant) because she doesn’t put any work into her job. Her notes are terrible and she spends all her time imitating and making you questionnaires. She’s also completely distracted by her affair with the sexy Addicted Angel, Dante (Hugh Jackman).

But Emmy will soon have to resign, as Sonya is suddenly fired and escorted out of the office by two muscular security guards. Why was she fired? It’s a mystery that will be revealed at the end of this season. With Sonya fired, Emmy was handed over to Becca, a change that neither of them were pleased with moving forward.

While drunk at The Mistake Factory bar with Dante that night, Emmy runs into Sonya, who is horrified that Becca has been taken care of by her aide. Sonya asks Emmy to stop messing around and go do her job, especially since Becca is due to give birth and the doctor is concerned she will go into labor soon.

Drunk like a skunk, Emmy gets to Becca, and she makes things worse when paired with Becca’s irritable Anxiety Mosquitoes. No wonder all the stress caused Becca to break water. All of her monsters had to quit what they were doing to rush into the delivery room. Every creature is doing their job except for Emmy, who would rather hide in a corner than spread love. Pete coaxes Becca to talk to Becca and spread the love like she should.

Human Resources

HUMAN RESOURCES. (L to R) David Thewlis as Shame Wizard, Maya Rudolph as Connie the Hormone Monsmann, Mike Birbiglia as Barry, Randall Park as Pete the Logic Rock, Rosie Perez as Petra the Ambition Goblin and Maria Bamford as Tito the Anxiety Mosquito in HUMAN RESOURCES. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022

Emmy ended up giving Becca a speech of encouragement that was more or less effective even though it wasn’t the best way to get her through labor and she gave birth to a healthy, albeit ugly, baby. In Emmy’s own words, “Call that cute, you’re a liar.”

Besides Becca’s birth and Maury’s birthday, the storylines fit together and serve as a link to two notable points in human existence, there’s a third short plot that doesn’t match up. this episode. The supporting characters Gil and Joe are trapped in an elevator and are lost in a strange magical world, where a sea slug-like creature reads Gil’s heart chakra and a tarot card tells Joe that he he will die soon. It’s just kind of random and doesn’t add much to the story. We’ll see if either reveal becomes significant later this season.

Human Resources episode 1 soundtrack

  • Soundtrack: “Make Me Feel” by Janelle Monáe
  • Final credit: Eminem’s “The Monster” with Rihanna

The best jokes and stray observations from Human Resources episode 1

  • “But you have two shows on Netflix!” “So what? Everyone has a show on Netflix.”
  • Jokes are running about Sonya sleeping with the Grinch.
  • “It’s a chakra!”
  • The way Maya Rudolph voices Connie is perfect, everything she says is funny even when the lines themselves sometimes aren’t.

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