Quality Problems tells the story of Bailey and Drew, a 40-something couple much like other couples. They have two kids, two jobs, and one boob with cancer. With only two weeks until their daughter Scout’s eighth birthday party, Bailey just wants to check things off of her massive ‘to do’ list. This isn’t her first rodeo with Breast Cancer and she’s determined to handle it as efficiently as possible. Drew wants to fix Bailey. He decides the best way to do this is to ‘work’ her well, taking any handyman job that comes his way. But Bailey doesn’t want to be ‘fixed’–she wants to be well. Their family fights for normalcy, attempting to keep their sense of humor intact, as Bailey juggles her misplaced anger, wayward Boot Camp clients and her father’s mental decline while Drew enlists the help of his friends, Lance and Alan, to make Scout’s party proof that they “got this.” When Bailey’s ten-year-old son, Max, opens up that he knows the truth, Bailey finally realizes she can’t control everything.
Written by Brooke Purdy and co-directed by Brooke Purdy and Doug Purdy, Quality Problems was produced by Jen Prince, and was co-produced by Jhennifer Webberley and Colette Freedman. It is a Metamorfic Production. Quality Problems features an ensemble cast including: Chris Mulkey (Clyde), Mo Gaffney (Dr. Daly), Jenica Bergere (Paula), Michael Patrick McGill (Alan), Ryan Bollman as (Lance), Brooke Purdy (Bailey), Doug Purdy (Drew), Max Purdy (Max), and Scout Purdy (‘Scout’).