Love Unlisted had what seemed to be a cute premise. A hyper-organized event planner falls for a laid back musician who helps her stop worrying and learn to live without lists.Instead, a young woman suffering from severe mental health issues stemming from her father's untimely death is bullied and berated by everyone in her life for her coping method. Instead of encouraging her to seek professional help, her cardboard love interest steals her property, tells her she's too co-dependent, almost gets her fired, and then decides he can love her even if she's crazy. How charitable.Then there's a sub-plot about her best friend falling in love with her shiftless brother and vice versa. It's given about as much time as my paragraph.