Feelings of jealousy almost always go hand-in-hand with relationships, no matter how much you trust and love your boo.It happens, especially when your boyfriend has a lot of friends who are girls…In fiction the most common use of this trope is a male GBF to a straight female protagonist but other permutations are very slowly beginning to appear. The show is about Rebecca Bunch (Bloom), a hardworking and depressed young lawyer in New York, who runs into her own ex-boyfriend from summer camp, Josh Chan, and impulsively decides to quit her job and move to where he lives in West Covina, California, in an attempt to be closer to him and find happiness. Aside from Bloom, it also stars Vincent Rodriguez III as Josh Chan, Santino Fontana as Greg (Josh's friend), Gabrielle Ruiz as Valencia (Josh's long-term girlfriend), Donna Lynne Champlin as Paula (Rebecca's co-worker and friend), Pete Gardner as Darryl Whitefeather (Rebecca's new boss in her West Covina law firm), and Vella Lovell as Heather Davis (Rebecca's neighbor).I was, after all, married to a guy that means the world to me.I love my friend dearly and really was just enjoying watching her get to know this guy, and seeing her happy was great.Either he has no love life to speak of (which never seems to bother him), or it's forever offscreen, only discussed with the heroine over brunch at some pretentious cafe.As modern society grows increasingly comfortable with gay people, fiction is slowly seeing more well-rounded gay supporting characters with onscreen love lives, whose sexuality is incidental to the character.
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