Filmmaker and "anxious New Yorker" John Wilson films fellow New Yorkers while attempting to give advice on relatable topics in this series.
How To Invest in Real Estate
After renting the same apartment for years, John contemplates an unexpected opportunity to become a homeowner.
How To Appreciate Wine
When confronted by the overwhelming and mysterious world of wine, John attempts to master his senses and make informed choices.
How To Find a Spot
John reflects on the competitive and complex process of parking in NYC, where the possibilities opened by having a car come with a catch.
How To Throw Out Your Batteries
Seeking a solution to the universal conundrum of battery disposal, John ponders the value of things we hold onto -- and what we throw away.
How To Remember Your Dreams
After years of rooting his life in non-fiction, John drifts from the world of rational thought in hopes of finally remembering his dreams.
How To Be Spontaneous
Though determined to let fate be his guide, John's attempt at spontaneity doesn't go as planned.
How to Find a Public Restroom
As the availability of public restrooms dwindles in NYC, John tries to find clever ways to relieve himself.
How to Clean Your Ears
After having his ears properly cleaned, John wonders if better hearing is what he actually wants.
How to Work Out
John starts working out and tracks the pros and cons of big.
How to Watch the Game
John’s discovery of the deeply-embedded rituals and bonding in sports leads to a greater appreciation of the game.
How to Watch Birds
After realizing too much of his life is spent inside, John tries out birding, which opens up a world of possibility ... and dubious claims.
How to Track Your Package
After having a delivery stolen, John investigates how to keep his packages secure.