Unlike polygamy, polyamory is not based on any religious tenets nor does it involve multiple spouses.
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But things nevertheless quickly started heading south on their honeymoon as they failed to develop an emotional or physical intimacy (they were the only couple in the experiment to never have sex during their six-week marriage).
In separate interviews — the two have not spoken since the break-up outside of filming a six-month reunion special airing June 16 and 23 at 9 p.m.
“Until you really meet somebody and you try to build chemistry, you really don’t know.” Varricchio’s anxiety about moving from New Jersey to Manhattan — a dealbreaker for Kullar — proved to be a major sticking point for the couple, who had rented an apartment on the Upper East Side.
Varricchio continued to split his time in New Jersey, where he works as an ER nurse, and in the final three weeks of the experiment, things got so chilly between the spouses that they spent only a dozen or so nights together.
Nat Faxon and Judy Greer are the likable couple that the show revolves around, along with some oddball friend characters that only seem to exist to help fill up the 30 minute program.
The weekly plot lines produce a few laughs you wouldn't see on network TV since FX can get away with some risky material, but overall each episode feels kind of empty and sporadic.
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I can’t say that I really know who I was married to,” Kullar says.
“I didn’t have a connection at all with him.” “Things were tense,” Varricchio admits.
Kamala cries without tears-- she really got on my nerves--- the men in that relationship both seem homosexual( which is fine- just takes the reality out of reality..
All the "overly sincere" hugging seemed so " overly sincere!
Shows like "The League", "Always Sunny in Philadelphia", and "Louie" are all quirky in their own way and make for some great television.