The title character also has a Defictionalized website maintained by the show's creators. And you not understanding that you're not a horrible person doesn't make you any less of a horrible person! In fact, you'd probably sleep a lot better at night if you just admitted to yourself that you're a selfish goddamn coward who just takes whatever he wants and doesn't give a Beatrice: I just wanted to tell you that I know. Note that it contains spoilers for the first season. Unable to write but desperate to be famous again, Bo Jack meets with ghost writer Diane (Brie), whom his publishing company has hired out of sheer impatience. And I'm trying to hold on to my past It's been so long I don't think I'm gonna last I guess I'll just try and make you understand That I'm more horse than a man Or I'm more man than a horse...
Now a washed-up actor, Bo Jack lives in his luxurious Hollywoo (sic) home with his deadbeat roommate, Todd (Paul), drowning his empty former D-List celebrity life and other problems in a cocktail of drugs and booze.
Clashing with his agent and on-again-off-again girlfriend, Princess Carolyn (Sedaris), Bo Jack is pushed to finish his memoirs to help him find acting work.
The problem is that the scientific jury is still out on whether similarity is, in fact, good for long-term commitment.
And there’s no strong evidence that computers can predict compatibility through measurable psychological variables.
is an animated Black Comedy-Drama Sitcom series created by Raphael Bob Waksberg for Netflix as the service's first animated original program.
The show premièred on August 22, 2014, and stars an Ensemble Cast which includes Will Arnett (, in The '90s.
Peanutbutter (Tompkins)., where a situation comedy format is used to tell more dramatic, existentialist stories while still being ostensibly a comedy. And now you can fill your life with projects: your books and your movies and your little girlfriends but...
The show most notably breaks the mold of its contemporaries, trading an abundance of shock value, celebrity pot-shots and occasional cutaways for character-based humor and recurring arc jokes.
Why settle down when a better match is just a click away?
And where is the incentive to work through relationship difficulty when it’s so easy to access alternatives?
K.-based online dating executive Dan Winchester, who predicts, “The future will see better relationships, but more divorce.” Internet dating sites, supporters say, create a larger and more fluid “dating marketplace,” which in turn yields better and more compatible matches.