Actress-author-comedian Amy Sedaris guest stars in the fourth episode of F to 7th.

The comedy web series features Ingrid Jungermann's screen alter ego Ingrid, a middle aged lesbian.

The show describes Ingrid as a neurotic making her way in New York City: “Judgmental as ever, Ingrid is stuck somewhere between FTM and PSP as she struggles to find herself in a world where sexuality and gender have left her old-fashioned lesbianism behind.”

F to 7th follows Ingrid after breaking up with her girlfriend in the recent web series The Slope, which Jungermann co-created with Desire Akhavan.

In the episode, the protagonist reminisces over lunch with her aunt Kate, played by Sedaris.

After checking out the waitress, feigning disgust over a lesbian couple making out on a flight to Las Vegas, flirting with two women sitting at a nearby table, revealing that she likes Ellen DeGeneres, and discussing her love for golf and Subarus, Kate accuses Ingrid of always wanting “to talk about gay shit.”

“Can we have lunch without talking about gay crap,” the aunt stammers. “Mike and I haven't had sex in 3 years.”

“I don't need to know that,” Ingrid responds.

“I don't either. But let me tell you something: Every kid needs a father. You know, kids need a dad.”

“My dad left me.”

“Exactly. Look where that got you: Gay, gay, gay, gay, gay.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)