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We meet a new family, seen in the video clip above.
She has a new boyfriend, Jesse, a kid really, who's 10 years her junior. The pod has regular Monday family meetings that they look forward to, and we see them sitting together holding hands and going over various matters.
It surprised me how sensitive to seeing this I've become.
hen Daniel and Elizabeth married in 1993, they found it was easy enough to choose a ring for her, but there were far fewer choices for him.
Daniel, then a 27-year-old who worked in information technology, decided to design one himself, requesting that tiny stones be placed in a gold band, like planets orbiting in a solar system.
It's too bad that Showtime turned down the director's request for hour-long shows this season.
Considering the depth, complexity, and unusualness of what we're seeing, the pacing is very fast and it ends awfully soon.
Oh, and by the way, he wants more alone time scheduled for himself to date a new guy.