Okay but a YouTube AU:
Matt and Foggy: have a channel called Avocados at Law that they started for a joke in law school and ballooned into having an enormous following overnight. (Foggy, sagely: “It’s because Matt took his shirt off on camera once.” Matt: “I did not.” Foggy: “Watch all our videos to see which one of us is lying!”) They do not give legal advice to randos because that will get everyone in trouble, but they explain legal principles and constitutional law, discuss major trials that are in the news, and hold formal debates over the silliest things they can think of. Their success is a mystery.
Karen: has a channel where she talks about current events and unsolved mysteries. Frequently guests on Matt and Foggy’s channel to talk about newsworthy trials.
Claire: has a channel on wellness, nutrition, debunking medical myths, etc. Never actually has time to update it because she’s constantly guesting on her friends’ channels to give advice.
Marci: fashion vlogger.
Jessica: just gets drunk and talks shit about people. Wildly popular.
Trish: I mean, it’s just Trish Talk, but on YouTube. Also wildly popular.
Luke: book vlogger. Does not have any other social media because he does not have patience for online drama.
Misty: mostly yelling about basketball. Has made several NBA players cry. Is gifted courtside seats to the New York Liberty games all season.
Colleen: self-defense lessons, usually with Claire, Misty, or Danny standing in to help her demonstrate. She gets tons of views on the hand-to-hand ones but insists on including a whole playlist of videos on how to disarm an opponent with a sword which…don’t get a lot of attention. (“What? It could come in handy!”)
Danny: theoretically his channel is on wellness and meditation but, like. He throws a lot of tantrums.
Malcolm: actually a good channel on wellness and meditation.
Joy: organizational and entrepreneurial tips, bullet journaling, overuses the #girlboss hashtag.
Elektra: has only ever posted eight times but from six different continents. Vlogs are rambling, randomly edited, and often appear to contain at least two crimes. No one knows who she is or what exactly she does. They are among the most watched things on YouTube.
Frank: dog training tips.