WHITE PLAINS, NY—With still no indication that her 30-year-old son Bryan has any interest in entering a romantic relationship or starting a family, area mother Kathleen Williamson told reporters this week that she is starting to fear his web series is the closest thing she will ever have to a grandchild. “At this point, he’s made about 40 episodes and doesn’t do much else, so unless something changes, I think this is all I’m going to get,” the 62-year-old said while browsing the website for Two Weeks Notice, a comedy web series about a group of perpetually unemployed roommates in Brooklyn that her only child has written, directed, and starred in for the past five years. “I suppose there’s a chance he could meet someone and lose interest in making more of these, but this may very well be the only source of pride I get in my old age. It’s nice that I can watch Bryan’s show whenever I want, though.” At press time, sources confirmed that Williamson had visited the series’ fan page on Facebook and written “My son is hysterical!!” in the latest episode’s comments section.
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