None of those conversations ever led to a show getting on the air so far as I know, although a few pilots were shot and at least one contract signed.
So it’s quite a breakthrough to see airing on Showtime after all these years.
Kamala and Michael are married to each other, as are Jen and Tahl, and the two couples date each other.
Each family has their own rules and processes for navigating their relationship, which is very reasonable, but also results in occasionally hilarious things being said — such as: “The Triad is strong.”That line aside, though, this episode did not showcase much of the show’s potential for interesting dialogue.
( yes the one guy teaches Italian, what do the others do beside for having sex?
can’t decide whether or not it’s a show exploring the trials and tribulations of an alternative lifestyle or a show that wants to show a lot of naked people on one bed.
It seems likely that it will settle somewhere in the middle, rather than further develop a real point of view, which is disappointing, because this could be a potentially interesting topic.
Men tend to be the “studs” and women are viewed as whores if they sleep with multiple people.
Anyone who does any research or reading knows that women are more sexual than men and I wanted to turn the tables around and show the women as “studs.” Also, the catalyst for me wanting to make this show was when Prop 8 was upheld in California in 2009, it was and is very upsetting to me that the government thinks they can define what our family looks like and tell my gay brothers and sisters that it’s wrong for them to love each other....