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Episode Guide. 15 episodes · Polyamory: Married & Dating Poster. A reality series . Prev 6 Next 6 ▻ . 0 of 1 people found this review helpful. Was this review. Showtime's new series Polyamory Married & Dating looks at Lindsey and Anthony are married and live with their girlfriend. Previously Aired Episode. Best yet: the Coming Out episode on Showtime's Polyamory. Last Thursday's episode of Showtime's Polyamory: Married and Dating (Episode 6, "Radical . The most comprehensive reviews of the series — with a detailed plot.
See a good story I've missed? Email me at alan at August 19, Best yet: Married and Dating Episode 6, "Radical Honesty," the next to last shows our triad and quad families making dreaded visits to the parents of three of their members to come out as poly.
It's the best, most serious, most moving episode yet. The show's director-producer, Natalia Garcia, thinks so too. She told us, "It's extremely emotional, the families are at their rawest. I am so proud of them and I cry every time I see that episode.
For the moment, non-Showtime subscribers willing to watch pirated content may be able to see Episode 6 and several others by googling for "Polyamory: As they all sit in the living room, Vanessa nervously, hesitantly takes the lead. We just had our three-year anniversary. I asked Linds and Anth to make a life commitment. To have a ceremony of some kind. I love weddings and celebrations! He begins a dad-lecture on the permanence of tattoos if a relationship doesn't work out, and Vanessa steps in.
It's not exactly a surprise, though. Things go harder with Tahl's parents.
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Tahl's wife Jen has flatly declared she thinks this is a bad move, that his mom and dad might not want to know: Nevertheless the four decide to explain their situation at Friday evening Shabbat dinner. Tahl's uncle's son in Israel has seen Tahl naked on a "swinger website. We see Tahl in another of his "Oh, fuck" moments.
This will not make it easier. After Shabbat ritual and too long a spell of strained small talk, Tahl finally mans up: Mom to Tahl and Jen: It goes against everything that I've been brought up.
But the way we live and the way I live isn't necessarily what suits you. You're my child and you know that I adore you. But you're an adult, and you must do whatever is best for you… You are my oldest son. What can I tell you. We're here for you. Kamala told me much later that we see this dinner live as it actually happened; Tahl's parents did not know what the dinner was about and only knew that a camera crew was coming along with them because the crew was making a film about the two couples' friendship.
And, she said, the reason why this is the one episode with no sex or nudity is because producer Natalia Garcia wanted Tahl's parents to be able to watch it. On Friday Kamala posted, "My inbox is swamped with fear related to my son's involvement in the 'coming out' episode of Polyamory.
Here is my official response.
How I'm Raising My Son. A couple's-therapy team has put up this thoughtful message for people who are inspired by the show to rush into poly themselves: Keep in mind that bringing new people into your currently monogamous relationship IS NOT the same as reading 50 Shades and deciding to try a few kinky games with your partner. Polyamory is not something people can try, like taking golf lessons. I am humbled by Tahl and Christian's fearless bravery to allow the cameras to witness their intimacy, and I'm so so incredibly proud of this moment — both personally for Tahl and for LGBT rights.
Many folks like to criticize this series from afar but few are willing to walk their talk and allow the cameras witness the good, the bad, and the ugly — like these families have done. Thursday's moment between Tahl and Christian is groundbreaking, beautiful, a first for "Docu-Reality" — and I am honored to be associated with this moment.
Networks like to "change the story" and manipulate storylines for whatever reason — but not Showtime. They truly are the best network in town. We start with the ongoing drama of Megan, Chris, their cheating and kicked-out wife Leigh Ann, and her boyfriend Chicago Chris. Leigh Ann has agreed to her husband's ultimatum that boyfriend be put on a plane back to Chicago early. Leigh Ann has been texting Husband Chris and Megan, asking them to meet him before he goes.
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Husband and Megan, out jogging, discuss this. There hasn't been that much love there.
We've been just fucking dragging each other along, in the mud. And I don't know if I can continue to do it anymore. Chris says, while texting: And I hope that you will come with me. Jesse has always accepted that Jen is married and he seems fine with Tahl himself.
But he has imposed rules that she can't even kiss additional guys, and their motorcycle excursion in the last episode was spoiled by his obsessing about the goodbye hug she gave Kamala's boyfriend Jason back home. It's the first time we've seen Devin this season. I was beginning to think his parents had decided he stays off camera.
I got to know Devin in real life this summer, and he's an impressive kid: Michael and Kamala doted on him and spent a great deal of time away from the main events helping to run the kids' program.
As Devin and Christian are building blocks on the rug, Michael's girlfriend Rachel arrives with a couple of potted plants in hand. She introduces herself to them. Kamala and Michael come in, and she and Kamala hug easily. I really want her to know what she's getting into, if she's going to be more involved with us.
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So I was like a big-sister mom. Devin comes first, and I need a lover who's going to be responsive to that. Jen tells the camera, "Rachel seems like a nice girl, but I haven't warmed up to her yet because, I'm a little uncomfortable with kind of how we met her.
Since we've done the show, a lot more people are coming to our poly events, so she's a fan. And while I don't feel it's wrong to be friends with fans, having sex with them right away seems a little bit too fast for me.
Jen gets boyfriend Jesse's okay for them to use his hot tub. Tahl suggests it's time to have the safe-sex and boundaries talk. The three of them go off to another room. Jen to the camera: That means wearing a condom.
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