Thursday, February 25, 2016

Five Minutes Into Love #Netflix

You can tell the greatest of a song within the first 30 seconds of it playing. I heard B.o.B 'Nothing on you" months before the release. When I heard the hook start "Beautiful girls, all over the world" being sung by the at the time underground Bruno Mars, I knew this song would be a smash. Just something about the sweet melody. 

I got that same vibe from this new Netflix show 'Love'. It wasn't really a sweet melody or a melodic voice. It was the awkward sex from two different sides of the rainbow. One of the main characters Gus and his girlfriend are discussing Persian rugs in bed with they laptops. Welcome to 2016. Actually, 2016 would be matching IPads. So the scene cuts and now Gus and his girlfriend, who is the spokesmen for AT&T in the commercials (in real life not the show) are having boring sex. You know the type, the missionary style. In the middle of this boring sex, Gus lends in. He's been thinking. Thinking about rugs. Cause you know that's the thing that's on your mind while having sex. (To be clear, I'm loving this show. The awkward is what they aim for). So he lends in and says "Instead of getting the rug for my place, how about we get it for our place". She say is that him asking her to move in. He says yeah. 

Across town you have Mickey. Who is another main character. Is just trying to enjoy some sleep when her ex breaks into her room. In a drunk stupor. Begging her to come back to him. Did I mention that he broke into her house? She clams him down and tell him that she will fuck him but he has to leave after. Not going to lie, this dude sounds like a loser. So you know how Gus and his girlfriend has boring sex, well not Mickey and her ex (?). They were having sex everywhere. I mean everywhere. Kitchen table, floor, the one seat in the living room that everybody has that nobody ever sits in. Yeah, they was having sex in that as well. She owes him some Red Lobster. 

So she doesn't keep her promise and he stays over and they pick up where they left off.  In the middle a car is sounding the horn and he stops mid stroke. "Oh shit, it's my mom". Finish he tells her. That's not how girls body parts work, bruh. "We can finish together" he says. That's still not now girls body parts work, bruh. So he finish and leaves her hanging and runs out the door.  

His mom is taking him to the mom to buy with pants. He's about 35. 35 is being nice. This dude has to be 40. Why is your mom buying you pants. 

I'm only five minutes deep into the show but I'm loving it. "Love" streaming now on Netflix. 

 Love is an American comedy television series. The show is created by Judd Apatow, Paul Rust, and Lesley Arfin and stars Gillian Jacobs and Rust. The series is a "down-to-earth look at dating," exploring male and female perspectives on romantic relationships through the characters Mickey and Gus, played by Jacobs and Rust respectively.

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