||It had the best of what Black Mirror has to offer, leaving the trashy trinkets behind.
Plus, I dearly love Mackenzie Davis and the 80's.
||Pretty sure a lot of people in the Quagmire felt love once too.
How is that any different than real life?
||Then we'd make glorious, muddy love on the heated floor of that hut he made that one time, and I'd bear and raise his muddy babies.
||Sexual attraction to a handsome, semi-naked guy is "weird"?
I'm glad I don't live in your world.
||**OR,** maybe he'll get lucky and the next Yorkie-type he runs into will be straight, and they'll be happy for a time/forever.
||Best of luck with that class action suit.
||Well that definitely wasn't me: in fact, the show got kudos from me for how much their lesbianism wasn't a thing.
||One can train a dog to happily respect one's boundaries so that they interact with you on your terms as a matter of course.
TL;DR - I'm the only cat allowed in my house.
Using the same logic, one could just as easily argue that permanent San Juniperians are all destined to fall in love and have a deep, meaningful relationship.
This, I agree, is an interestig question posed by the episode...the MOST interesting one, actually.
||After all, there are at least four characters in the episode depicted as having at one point in time or another enough emotional depth to possibly fall in love: Wes, Davis, Kelly, and Yorkie.