COMPLETELY INCOMPLETE is a new kind of romantic comedy... a love rectangle.
The story centers on an unlikely couple – Jessica (New York’s most eclectic Psychologist) and Ken (New York’s most conceited Psychiatrist). Both specialize in couple’s therapy... and that’s the end of their similarities.
Added to the mix is the city's “It” couple – Ryan and Gina. Jessica and Ken have been forced to work together to solve their marital problems. Unfortunately, Ryan and Gina have much more baggage than meets the eye.
The tone of this irreverent, fast-paced comedy is reminiscent of "Sideways," while the banter between the four main characters is akin to the Tracy–Hepburn classics of yesteryear.
There’s only one marriage counselor in New York City who has a six-month waiting list. Only one who handles the rich and famous like children. Only one who is a regular speaker at the country’s most prestigious universities –JESSICA REBBEL.
After earning a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Stanford, Jessica returned to New York City where she opened a small practice in Brooklyn Heights.
It was during this time when she developed her unique style of therapy – breaking down conventional wisdom and creatively solving problems. Whether she used play therapy, art therapy, spent time at her patients’ places of employment, or even moved in with them, Jessica had an uncanny knack for results – especially in the area of couple’s therapy. Her greatest flaw? She has always been a perfectionist of the highest order – to her detriment.
KEN PRESS is a relatively famous psychiatrist in New York City. In the minds of the psychologist community, however, he is relatively infamous.
Some would say Ken never met a psychologist he liked. Most would say he never met a psychologist who liked him. And Jessica was no exception.
In medical school, Ken was so intent on being the top of his class to obtain a surgical residency (like his brother), he developed more than his share of ulcers and ultimately was relegated to a life of psychiatry – a profession his family equated to social work.
If you think that explains Ken’s disdain for psychologists, you’re right. And with her unorthodox therapeutic tactics, Jessica was one of his favorite targets.
The Love Interest
The likeable and humble RYAN McDONALD was born into a successful family business. His grandfather started a brokerage firm in the 1920s that grew into McDonald and Associates – one of the premier financial services firms in New York.
So, Ryan devoted most of his childhood to learning the business. The problem was his heart was never in it. At age thirty, he founded a dot-com that went public – leaving him with over a billion dollars.
GINA PUTNEY was born in Utica, NY to a family that was as dysfunctional as they were poor. It was a no frills, unhappy household with apparently no way out.
After graduating from U.C. Santa Barbara, Gina moved to New York and joined the same software company as Ryan. Eight years later, she got a job at a small cable channel and rose to the rank of President. So, he ran a dot-com; she ran a cable network.
They became, in a word, “important." And they were in love. Presumably, forever. Or so Ryan thought.
After five years of marriage, Gina dropped a bombshell on her unsuspecting husband – she wanted a divorce.