Bleachers just released their new scripted documentary-series, Thank You And Sorry, with a fictionalized synopsis that mirrors the “day-in-the-life” documentary aesthetic. Shot in black and white, the first episode follows Antonoff and his band to Chicago, where they play “Rollercoaster” to a sold-out crowd and hijinks ensue. This kind of thing wouldn’t be funny to a non-Bleachers fan if Antonoff wasn’t such a willingly goofy pop star. Previously we’ve seen him host a telethon and engage in scientific tomfoolery with Bill Nye, and last night, he performed a song about pancakes written by an 11-year-old boy on The Late Late Show With James Corden. So it’s no surprise that this mini-series is totally endearing. Each episode is about 15 minutes long, and the likes of Olivia Wilde, Collin Quinn, and Rosie Perez have cameos. All of season one is available to watch now over at Google Play.