Just ask Gretchen how well going off your meds worked out. For such a cynical show, its honestly extremely romantic no matter how horrified Gretch and Jimmy would be by that. Just as he was happy with his lot in life last season. He doesn't know her any better than Jimmy knows Gretchen, even though they've been together much longer. But that doesn't automatically translate into Paul choosing something he would enjoy and knew she wouldn't or make him a villain. It was basically Paul choosing to be happy with his current lot in life. That final image of hurt though does not portend good times.
And definitely her stabbing him was awful. I can't even explain how much I love it. I may have rewatched this show too many times. The final image is of the two walking away with arms around each other. The way Lindsay acts you'd think she was in an arranged marriage, or that some how she is using his money to support her impoverished family and can't back out. It doesn't scream Lindsay but it also didn't seem to be a stretch. Paul, sadly enough, was willing to give up his own life to make a marriage work, but an immature slob like Lindsay doesn't think she has to give anything at all up for a relationship.
Paul, sadly enough, was willing to give up his own life to make a marriage work, but an immature slob like Lindsay doesn't think she has to give anything at all up for a relationship. So they must have gone through some effort to choreograph the opening sex scene, to tease showing the naughty bits while not showing them. Pretty sure Paul figured out in the S2 finale that he knocked Linds up during the actual sex they had, not from her inept attempt at artificial insemination. Watch free new release series at. Its the assholes in love romantic comedy that we all deserve! I may have rewatched this show too many times. I just really love them as a couple, and I love the direction they seem to be going.
My husband and I mainlined two seasons of this show over the weekend because we were so excited it was coming back. Oh Edgar, that is not a good idea at all. I thought most of this episode was pretty unfunny until the concert. I think Linds is an easy villain on this show, because she's probably the most narcissistic of them, but she's also been the most sheltered and was just starting to explore before she turned up pregnant and remember, the turkey baster didn't work. Not that Paul deserved what Lindsay did to him. I am just so glad this show is back! It has been known to happen. This was domestic violence, you aren't allowed to randomly stab someone because you freely choose to cook a meal with them even though you don't actually want to but would rather go out and party but refuse to just say so.
It's also possible that away from Lindsay, Paul who looks more like Roger Ebert every day! The various surprises Gretch let out - not washing her legs!! I'm late but I enjoyed the premiere a lot. And for most of the first season, she was a pretty good wife, putting up with all of Paul's hobbies and interests while burying her own except when with Gretchen. Complete stream and download free gostream online english 123movies Category Tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , Post your comment Watch Youre the Worst S03E01 Season 3 Episode 1 Share via Email. Edited September 2, 2016 by scrb One question: Gretchen said she's starting therapy. That said, compared to every other episode the show has done, this one felt a little flat to me.
Now she's back to being trapped and, once again, acting out inappropriately. Actually, Jimmy and Gretchen know each other much better because at the beginning they told each other the truth about themselves because it wasn't ever going to matter because no feelings, no commitment, no future. And she married him initially because she thought Becca was going to marry Jimmy and she wanted to beat her sister to the altar. Edited September 17, 2016 by Irlandesa I don't know if he did. The show was funny in its audacity, and I loved the juxtaposition between graphic words and kids running around.
There seems to be no clear reason why they got married. She was trying to beat Becca to the alter with Pau to give her some level of validation. Giving your partner a gift that they don't enjoy is not grounds for violence. I've got to wash my legs. If she does have the baby, I hope it's taken away from her lest she kill it it in another act of abuse. They were a pretty traditional couple for the first season. I mostly remember she was spiraling by the time of the first season finale - the party at the Barbara's house, and Paul saw her trying to kiss Jimmy.
He really doesn't care about L's thoughts or feelings except in relation to himself. Something splintered late in the season that had Paul break up with her and say he wanted a divorce. What they seem to miss is that, while Gretchen and Jimmy can be pretty awful, they are the way that they are for reasons, and the show never forgets to give them enough moments of sympathy to counteract their jerk moments. How did he give up his own life by still doing the things he loved but forcing her to do them with him? How can he know so little about her?. He deserved a little light stabbing, if you ask me. So many things I loved about this.
Three couples in this episode all experience problems with all ending up very differently. The church people nodding their heads to the music at the secret show. Lindsey's sister makes her feel ugly and worthless. And then promptly started a new hobby with Lindsay, except he was totally into it and she very obviously wasn't. When you think about the theme of love, do these two love each other? Wow I saved a half hour in the shower this morning, by simply not washing my legs! Was Lindsay only bored of him after the wedding? She committed an act of domestic violence, he is in absolutely no way akin to a kidnapper.
What did you think of the season premiere? How did he give up his own life by still doing the things he loved but forcing her to do them with him? Unless I'm forgetting a passion Paul has shown for cooking, what we saw was Paul enjoying a task he shared with Lindsay--a task he felt they'd likely do a lot as they raised their family. She was trying to beat Becca to the alter with Pau to give her some level of validation. There is no way of telling which of the many things she told him were true. I literally don't understand how they can not know so much about each other. He's even probably right that all his hobbies that she didn't share put some more distance between them. As for trapping him with the pregnancy, it briefly crossed her mind at the end of last season but she firmly decided against it, a decision which perversely convinced him to get back with Lindsay because it was so selfless.