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A program that follows a couple who must navigate the exhilarations and humiliations of intimacy, commitment and other things they were hoping to avoid.
Mickey and Gus are main characters of the series Love. Huck adult and independent person, but behaves like a teenager unfortunate. His lack of confidence makes him the most that is not hereby loser, who wants to meet his true love, actually as it happens in the movies. But with such disadvantages, he is not able to realize his desire. His latest girl was far from being a princess for him. She changed to him. Mickey also is not indicative girl. She is more down to earth person which, unlike Huck does not living dreams. Despite this, she was also trying to build a great love. But in the end the consequences were bleak. Both characters are experiencing the same loss. They would like to forget about it and a little shatter. Therefore, after their met they began to frequently spend time with each other. It happens that their opinion is somewhat at odds, but despite this them well together. This is a prime example of a situation when a friendship is not yet grown into something much larger, but there are plenty the mass of the deposits indicating that this will happen in the near future. It should be noted that the series contains profanity and explicit scenes.Read more »
Shy guy Gus and crazy girl Mickey continue their relationship in Love season 2. It would seem their short-lived romantic alliance is still alive. Mickey is a sex and love addict, but Gus is a guy that she really likes. She’s trying to keep taking things slowly. Mickey doesn’t need a romantic date, she just wants sex in her car. Gus knows that Mickey is complex, but with each passing day, he begins to understand her better. He likes what is happening. Maybe after a while they will put things in order in their chaotic lives and will become a real couple. Experience the ups and downs of love in the new season.Read more »