To say that You’re The Worst is better than those canceled shows is, in many ways, selling it short.
You’re The Worst survived for many reasons, the most significant reason being its commitment to its premise.
The term "talking" is so ambiguous and open-ended, I mean I "talk" to people everyday.
According to the study's lead researcher, Skyler S.Place, participants in (and spectators of) speed dating could easily tell if a man was interested in a woman, but not vice versa: "Being coy forces the men to spend more time interacting with the woman, because they are unsure if they have successfully courted her.Therefore, the woman has more time to gather information about her date...But talking is even more frustrating then the actual relationship suggests. The problem with it is that nothing ever truly ends. It's time to end "talking" and start talking about what we actually want and need in our relationships.There is never an official breakup (there can't be because you never really defined the relationship), just lingering feelings of longing and confusion. Creator Stephen Falk established a world in which two oddly compatible self-proclaimed “terrible people” meet and decide to pursue a relationship against their better judgment. Gretchen Cutler (Aya Cash) is a self-destructive and manic publicist, dodging from social commitment to social commitment, untethered from every aspect of her life.