Hazy Days is a sitcom featured on Zephyr. The show follows four marijuana using college graduates and their one 'straight-laced' friend struggling to adapt to life in the fast paced Los Santos. Each episode follows the group's crazy antics which usually land them in trouble of some description and shows the almost constant frustration of the group's sole responsible member who voices his disdain for his friends' reckless behaviour.

The main characters of Hazy Days are; Sasha Bryant, an attractive redhead philosophy major and "beauty" of the group. Nathan Baxter, an arts major and the "deep thinker" of the group with a certain mischievous nature. Sebastian Croix, a French exchange student from a very religious family and a law graduate. Samuel Cooke, a graduate from a university sports programme and the "fitness fanatic" of the group who immensely enjoys marijuana despite it contradicting his fitness regime. Glenn Scott, a high achieving medical intern who graduated with very high grades, is the stern and disapproving final member of the group who constantly expresses dismay at the "habit" of his friends. Secondary characters include; Officer Joseph Parkes, an African-American LSPD officer, who constantly warns the group against the dangers of recreational drug use. Walter Richardson, the resident supervisor of the group's apartment building who constantly tries to "bust" the group and Parker O'Reilly, the owner of an Irish bar the group frequents and friend of the group.

The show is marketed as a comedy and focuses on the amusing situations the group get themselves into but also includes cleverly placed warnings about drug abuse such as a friend of Nathan's who "...took things too far and ended up getting into the hard stuff." A frequent side plot of many episodes is Glenn's numerous inept and shy attempts at winning the affection of his love interest Sasha.

Hazy Days is currently halfway through its fifth season. Production staff and the cast have spread a rumour that Glenn and Sasha will finally get together in the new season to create hype for the show. The sitcom stands as one of the most watched television shows on WCN with an extended licence for an unspecified number of seasons.

Cast Edit

Episodes Edit

Season 1 Edit

  • Episode 1 - "High Times"
  • Episode 2 - "The Trouble With Strangers"
  • Episode 3 - "Ode To Sasha"
  • Episode 4 - "Of Lice And Men"
  • Episode 5 - "A Walk Down Memory Lane"
  • Episode 6 - "Sasha Goes To Liberty"
  • Episode 7 - "A Woman Scorned"
  • Episode 8 - "You Can't Blame A Man For Trying"
  • Episode 9 - "A Friendship Retreat"
  • Episode 10 - "Bar Crawl"
  • Episode 11 - "Fraternity Eternity"
  • Episode 12 - "It's Just That Time"

Season 2 Edit

  • Episode 1 - "A Tale Of Sasha"
  • Episode 2 - "Cooke's Bad Trip"
  • Episode 3 - "Come On Glenn"
  • Episode 4 - "Medicine Man"
  • Episode 5 - "A Voice Of Reason"
  • Episode 6 - "Busted....Almost!"
  • Episode 7 - "What The Heart Wants"
  • Episode 8 - "Will They? Won't They?"
  • Episode 9 - "It's All A Haze"
  • Episode 10 - "A Big Night"
  • Episode 11 - "Hangover Layover"
  • Episode 12 - "Here We Go Again"

Season 3 Edit

  • Episode 1 - "Busted"
  • Episode 2 - "Lucky Break"
  • Episode 3 - "Tough Choices"
  • Episode 4 - "Hard Line"
  • Episode 5 - "Euphoria"
  • Episode 6 - "Glenn's Wild Night"
  • Episode 7 - "Matters Of The Heart"
  • Episode 8 - "French Connection"
  • Episode 9 - "Madam Christina"
  • Episode 10 - "Girl Power"
  • Episode 11 - "Herbal Relief"
  • Episode 12 - "A Little Peace"

Season 4 Edit

  • Episode 1 - "Woman In Red"
  • Episode 2 - "Stand-In Cupid"
  • Episode 3 - "Will You Be My Valentine?"
  • Episode 4 - "Cellblock Blues"
  • Episode 5 - "Jailbird Sprung"
  • Episode 6 - "Hittin' The Road"
  • Episode 7 - "Fireside Confessions"
  • Episode 8 - "Carpe Diem"
  • Episode 9 - "Dutch Courage"
  • Episode 10 - "Green Haze"
  • Episode 11 - "Close Call"
  • Episode 12 - "Don't Forget About Me"

Season 5 Edit

  • Episode 1 - "Loving You"
  • Episode 2 - "Go For Broke"
  • Episode 3 - "Loyalty Questioned"
  • Episode 4 - "Who We Were"
  • Episode 5 - "Love Me, Love Me Not"
  • Episode 6 - "My Fair Lady" 
  • Episode 7 - "Roses and Candlelight"
  • Episode 8 - "Venturas Bound"
  • Episode 9 - "Dance In The Desert"
  • Episode 10 - "Farewell My Friend"
  • Episode 11 - "Without You Here"
  • Episode 12 - "Homecoming"

Trivia Edit

  • Hazy Days has attracted an extremely dedicated following in the sixteen to twenty year old age group. Market research has revealed that the show's content and frequent humorous situations resonate strongly with young adults and teenagers. Young women are particularly entertained by the "will they or won't they?" romance between Glenn and Sasha.
  • The series has become one of Zephyr's most watched and most popular series. The continually high viewing statistics has prompted Vector Networks to approve the series for an unspecified number of seasons. Hazy Days is expected to continue well into the future with the series being renewed after every season so far.

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