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At the very least, those on reality TV are made to sit through marathon interviews picking apart the nuances of their behavior and its motivation.
Never have I seen a situation that naturally fits this format as well as that of Showtime's currently airing .
It's alternately hilarious, shocking, poignant, titillating and cringe-inducing. Polyamory and the range of ways it can manifest itself in its practicing groups, and then still, what it means to each person inside these groups, is not an easy thing to telegraph.
This show lays it out as carefully as possible in its profiling of two multi-person committed relationships.
Aside from some declarations of love, and some shoulder stroking, it is as yet unclear just how much sexual contact the two men of this quartet, Tahl and Michael, engage in.
And so, it makes it more complicated." With their intricate configuration, these people would have to openly and routinely examine their and their partners' emotional situations, with or without cameras pointed at them. The emotional articulation of the four described people makes for riveting viewing – not since the early days of have I been so obsessed with watching people sit around and babble about themselves and their lives, nor have I so deeply lamented that they only do it for 30 minutes once a week. Keeping track of the rules makes this non-competition series something of a game.As it unfurls steadily, slowly revealing new offshoot scenarios that can affect or avoid the central relationship dynamic, builds intrigue.Reality TV typically forces its participants to examine themselves closely.In extreme cases, those on screen are deprived of outside stimulation so that their focus turns to the social politics of their living situation.If you don't want polyamory, stay out of a triad. The "mind your own business" mindset gets complicated when those involved make their private lives public.
But then, the lives portrayed here are perfectly suited for the format.