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I can't remember how we met, but we bonded because one year he went to Comic-Con with me and it was just he and I in the car.
I didn't know him very well but, as you know, when you're going to Comic-Con, it takes six hours because of the traffic.
which focuses on a gay couple, Tom and Cal, who are in a long term relationship, and the man that comes between them, Jeremy.
You play Jeremy’s sister Bri, who is a lesbian with a young family, who seems to have it pretty much together.
Heather, Roxanne (Briana Lane), and Gabrielle (Laura Ortiz) join in the fun as a veritable cornucopia of murderous bachelors throw their hats — and knives, scythes, pitchfork — into the ring.
From the Grim Reaper to our own Nerdist Overlord Chris Hardwick (!
I’ve watched the series and it’s a pretty raw and realistic look at commitment (or lack thereof) and modern relationships.
I loved the choice of Jeremy also having a gay sibling. It really is a great example of the amazing risk-taking content on the web.
Brea Grant: Totally, and especially because the weird thing of making movies and being from LA, is that most of the time they premiere somewhere that's not LA.
I felt like all of our friends were there and all these people we knew came out to support us, and it was one of those things where you're just like, "Oh, right.
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