Love 2016, 2017, 2018 / The perfectly awkward romcom series for when you crave a little cringe


What a great allegory for love this show is. It’s incredibly awkward and vulgar in the right places, best exemplified by dialogue scenes that are uncomfortably long and often uncomfortable to begin with. Our two lead characters are frustrating and manipulative, which might confuse you into thinking the show itself is frustrating because you see them so much, and sometimes it is. At which point, you might start to ask yourself why you keep watching, why you subject yourself to this emotional torture episode after episode, season after season—eventually, you stay for the other characters, they’re funny and don’t deserve to be abandoned.

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