They don’t, of course — that whole creating a TV series thing — so the next best thing is sharing our recent chat with the trio behind Odd Mom Out, the funny, charming, sometimes naughty, always endearing look at life on the uber-upper crusty Upper East Side of Manhattan.

In her latest legal filing, Chrystal says she wants her attorneys to depose the doc and lawyer in order to defend herself against allegations of sexual abuse she believes Ariel made against her.

According to the docs, 2 investigators from the Department of Children and Family Services interviewed Chrystal on June 19, 2013 -- and asked her if she ever had a conversation with Ariel regarding oral sex with her boyfriend.

In the papers, Chrystal also alleges the DCFS investigators asked if she'd ever given Ariel a very graphic demonstration regarding how to use Monistat 7.

We are paraphrasing, and heavily, because Chrystal's own words in the papers are just that graphic.

Chrystal claims DCFS cleared her of all the allegations of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. she now thinks she deserves the right to grill Ariel's attorney and psychiatrist as part of her defense.

The big thing standing in Chrystal's way, of course, is a little something called attorney-client privilege and physician-client privilege.

If only Jill Kargman, author and creator/star of Bravo’s first scripted comedy, Odd Mom Out, and the series’ showrunners — Sex and the City writers/producers and longtime BFFs Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky — had the time to sit down and share their Hollywood experiences with everyone.

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