The late great Bernie Mac once coined a joke about all the ways the word “mutherfucka” could be used; among its uses, it could be a term of endearment in addition to just straight out negative name calling. I’d like to humbly extend that thought process to “what the fuck”.
If you haven’t watched Modern Love, you need to. The show, which is airing right now on Amazon Prime is based on the New York Times column of the same name, has been made into eight half hour episodes and will make you cry your eyes out. The show dropped
Amazon Prime’s Modern Love has us thinking about, well …love. And if you, like us, were enchanted by the eight stories in this anthology – which we reviewed here – then we have an exciting opportunity for you. More stories! You probably known by know that the series is based
Often on TV, we see only one side of love. I’m not sure if that side sells more, or if that side is way harder, and easier to romanticize, but I do know that, as someone who’s consumed massive amounts of entertainment in her life, I have never quite seen
Coming into Modern Love, I was certain of what I would see and what I’d experience. I was looking forward to love that transcends time and space, but still, love that was basic, where A + B = C and most of the time A and B are straight and