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Have you seen the HBO show Togetherness? I’ve been watching it over the past couple weeks, and it’s fantastic. The married couple — Brett and Michelle — have some hilariously awkward sex scenes, I basically cover my eyes when I’m watching. They’ve been together for ten years, and their sex life is so routinized that she is going crazy. Here’s what she tells her sister…

Michelle: “It’s that every part of my life is just, like, I know what it’s gonna look like. Every day I wake up, I know what the day is gonna be like. Brett and I have sex, I know what the sex is gonna be like.”

Tina: “Really?”

Michelle: “Yeah. It’s kissing, neck kissing, boob grab, genital touching, get the pillow and then…”

Tina: “‘Get the pillow’?”

Michelle: “Yeah, I said that like it’s a thing.”

Tina: “What the f*ck is ‘get the pillow’?”

Michelle: “I feel bad, I feel like I’m betraying a confidence.”

Tina: “I’m just your sister. What is ‘get the pillow’? I need to know what ‘get the pillow’ is.”

Michelle: “Okay, he… when he… when he is ready…”

Tina: “To come?”

Michelle: “No, to… to… put his… d*ck inside me.

Tina: “Uh-huh.”

Michelle: “He’s like, ‘Let me get the pillow.’ [laughs] ‘I’ll get you the pillow.’ like… and every time I’m like, ‘Oh, okay.’

Tina: “That is rough. ”

Michelle: “It’s to put under my head so that my head isn’t banging around. I want my f*cking head to bang around.”

It’s funny and sweet and cringeworthy — probably because there’s a grain of truth in it for anyone in a long-term relationship. You get into a groove when you have sex with someone regularly for many months or years, and partly that’s nice but partly it’s like, don’t get the pillow. It’s good to get out of your comfort zone and shake things up. Go for it, Michelle!

Here are some funny scenes, if you’d like to see:

Do you watch Togetherness? Do you love it? Do you have have the biggest girl crush on Melanie Lynskey, like I do?

P.S. Speaking of sex on TV, why the sex scenes on HBO’s Girls are my big pet peeve.
P.P.S. In an NPR interview with brothers Mark and Jay Duplass, who created the show, Mark talks about their love of relationship dramas from an early age: “I think if you cornered me and Jay somewhere around 1983 and said, ‘Would you like to go see The Empire Strikes Back with us?’ We would say something like, ‘Why do we need a light saber when we have this wealth of early 40s adult divorce malaise coming through the TV on HBO?’ “

  1. Johanna says...

    Since this post I have been taking it all in and all I want to say is I love Amanda Peet and whoever does her costumes. Both are brilliant!

  2. S says...

    Cancelled! No! I found this last year after season 1. I love that, you can then go through a whole season. I thought it brought up issues not talked about in a Duplass kind of way. Sad to see it go. Loved Amanda Peet in it.

    I would say season 1 is better than season 2 (now the last season). Wasn’t in love with Melanie Lynskey, but I think she played the character well.

    Isn’t it always the most truthful but less glamorous get cut.

  3. Rhonda says...

    Oh I just know I would love this show, not least of all because the gorgeous Melanie Lynskey (Michelle) and I are both from the same town! What a shame it’s not shown here …

  4. Nora says...

    Something I really love about the show, that I don’t think anyone else has touched on, is the portrayal of Bret and Alex’s male friendship. It is so sweet and they are so deeply connected to and committed to their friendship, it is more like what you see in female-female friendships than what is typically portrayed between men, especially in Hollywood. I loved that.

  5. Kristen says...

    I LOVE and ADORE Togetherness. I started watching it last year and I’m not embarrassed to admit I’ve watched Season 1 (before Season 2 was available) 3-4 times. I love that so many of the emotions and troubles they experience are relatable. I got so hung up on the characters I began looking for interviews of the actors online and that’s when I learned Michelle Lynskey is from Melbourne which blew my mind! I also learned that they are encouraged to improvise on the show. Amanda Peet does an excellent job at being “her character”, they all do for that matter. And their little daughter…she is such a great young actress.

  6. Fernanda says...

    Almost done watching it ! So bummed HBO cancelled it…..I was hoping to see how these relationships end up

  7. Anyone else think Mark’s character was a whiny baby of a husband? He treats her terribly the whole first season, she makes an (epic) mistake, then he holds her to the fire without acknowledging his part in all of it or even talking to her afterward. I really liked her, but he was such a neurotic weight on her shoulders! That said, a great show and realistic portrayal of navigating through tough marital waters.

  8. Abi says...

    I just started watching this last week and binged it all within three days. I really loved seeing the nuanced chemistry between Alex and Tina early on. I also loved the reflection of marriage, the pace at which the issues were resolved (not a 30-minute solution/wrap it up in a bow storyline), and the honesty of the dialogue. Hope more is to come.

  9. Eliot says...

    I’m so glad to see that someone else is watching Togetherness! I’ve been watching it from the beginning and ever episode is so poignant, heartbreaking, and hilarious. I’ve suggested Togetherness to friends who are looking for shows to watch but no one will bite. Glad you love it as much as I do :)

    • Abi says...

      Me too. Why is everyone so hesitant? Are they just at capacity with media in general or is the marketing off?

    • Eliot says...

      Abi, the marketing must have been really terrible because no one seems to have heard of it. Also, the people who I’ve convinced to watch at least a few episodes said it hit too close to home (30s/40s, married for a while, dated since college, sort of in a restless place in their relationship, etc.). I am single and in my 20s so I guess I see more of the comedy in the show than I do the sad stuff. Although I am a super happy person I also really enjoy rather dark films, shows, and music so maybe I’m the target audience…? Who knows. I’m sad to see the show has been canceled but I’m sure the Duplass brothers will create something else amazing soon!

  10. Also, does anyone watching Catastrophe think the husband seems kind of smarmy, Jekyll and Hyde-ish and angry, at times verging on verbally abusive? I enjoy open and raunchy humor but it’s hard to find parts funny because he just seems so gross, not charming and endearing like they intend.

    • Abi says...

      I just can’t. There’s just not enough “good” in it to keep watching.

    • Cait says...

      I actually think he seems unrealistically understanding and nice. Funny how we get such a different vibe from it!

  11. AHAHAHAHAHA! This just made my morning! Hugs and kisses from a mom of two/wife/illustrator all the way from Belgrade, Serbia.

  12. That’s too bad this show isn’t shown here, this sounds like real nice concept! For a newlywed, I can learn a thing or two about marriage, I bet.

    Abby | Life in the Fash Lane

    • Kate says...

      No you probably can’t learn much truth. TRUTH. Remember always, it’s a script. They all seem mildly depressed. If you are a newlywed, decide now, your husband is the wonderful guy you married. Act accordingly! It can be so fun! Marriage is supposed to be comfy, the place you belong, but that doesn’t mean predictable. And when you are at a point feeling poor me, think of the many men & women who gave up and later, will quietly admit in counseling that they wish they were still married. Stupid pride. So many. I listen to them.

  13. I love Togetherness, but as one half of a couple with a toddler, I’ve found it and the second season of Catastrophe seriously sad. Do all couples with young children end up bored and angry and disappointed with each other, wanting to be with other (younger, hotter) people and frustratedly stuck in their marriages and family? Please someone tell me it doesn’t have to be this way–that love and a spark has a chance of surviving after the biological act of procreating with someone has been completed. Couples with young children all around me are divorcing, meeting other people, cheating on each other, resentful if their spouse, feeling trapped… Say it doesn’t have to be this way.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      It definitely does not have to be this way! But of course tv shows need conflict and this is how they come up with storylines and twists and turns for each episode. But you can definitely work to stay connected and closer than ever. I’d love to do a post on how to keep your marriage a priority even with young children, and I can share things we have figured out through trial and error and also talk to other parents. Thank you, Mariel! Xoxoxo

    • It does make total sense that TV shows need drama, although there must be some grain of truth in them sadly or else they wouldn’t hit so close to home. I would LOVE a post like that! Thank you Joanna–your words give me hope.

    • Remember, these two rushed to get married due to getting pregnant without really dating!!

    • I was referring to Catastrophe and Mariel’s comment about it.

    • Meghan says...

      As a mother with 2 young children I’ve noticed the same thing about tv and movies. A post about making marriage a priority with young children would be grand.

    • Michelle R. says...

      Don’t usually comment but wanted to say that you should not worry! I feel closer and more in love with my husband now than when we were engaged and we just had our third child (6, 4 and 4 months). Sleep-deprived, sure….but definitely have hit our groove. :) You will be more than fine!

    • Thank you Michelle and Emily! It’s nice to hear there are other possibilities and maybe some of these grim situations are skewed or not representative. I guess around me there are just not many models of families with young kids happy and making it work well, so I worry a lot.

    • Julia says...

      I would love to see this post, Joanna! We also had a pretty tough time after the birth of our first son, realizing that the former (spontaneous) intimacy with each other slowly disappeared and we saw the need to work something out in order to stay close physically and mentally.

    • I agree with Joanna! People are always making things dramatic for TV, and if you look at Rob and Sharon’s *real* lives, they are both happily married with children; Rob Delaney has three (in a row basically) and Sharon Horgan has two daughters who are in elementary school. If you listen to interviews with the two of them, they talk about how they just like writing horrible things to happen to their characters – just reiterating that it’s entertainment, not documentary =)

    • Rebekah says...

      Oh my goodness, no, it doesn’t have to be like that!! Of course it takes work and a lot of stubborn commitment, but I know SO MANY wonderful older couples who have raised kids, had full lives, and are totally into each other. You are not destined for catastrophe :)

    • zee says...

      I would LOVE to see a post about keeping that spark alive, Jo! It’d be great if it could be similar to the Motherhood around the world series, to hear the voices of women from around the world even :)

  14. I’m SO sad that it got cancelled! My husband and I are watching it right now and we’re obsessed. They show touches on something so very personal; it’s almost like Mark and Jay Duplass have gone where no other TV writers have really wanted to go; and it’s raw and refreshing with enough funny to keep it entertaining. I’m genuinely sad it’s not continuing. I feel like they filled a void in television right now! :(

    • Abi says...

      This makes me sad. I am trying to deny any thought of cancellation.

  15. Susan says...

    I guess that I am in the minority, but I did not like Togetherness. My husband and I watched both seasons. I told him after watching this season’s finale that I wasn’t watching it next season( I didn’t realize it was cancelled). Tina and Alex’s storyline was somewhat interesting, but the rest was weird and depressing.

  16. Lisa Cashin says...

    Loved this show! So bummed it’s over. The final episode was wrapped up a little too neat for me, though!

  17. Bailey says...

    Oh, my! I’m getting married in 3 weeks and waited to have sex before marriage. I hope my fiancé and I won’t resent each other after a couple years of us-only lovemaking. O.o

    • MissEm says...

      We waited too. Been married over 10 years and it just gets better every year.

    • AU says...

      Totally agree with this…^^…better 12 years into marriage after waiting, and it keeps getting better and better.

    • Gets better and better (especially during pregnancy, actually). Don’t worry!

    • T says...

      Don’t worry! I cringe thinking back at the sex we had when we first got together. 12 years later I can say that sex with my husband is better than ever.

    • Laura says...

      Same for me too! We waited and nine years plus two toddlers in it is SO GOOD! Sometimes we struggle to find a few minutes for each other, but that is our primary challenge regarding sex. 😀

    • Rebekah says...

      Agree with everyone else– sex right after getting married was okaaaay, but sex six years in (and two kids later) is SUPER.

  18. Jess says...

    Yes! Just binge watched both seasons the other week…finished it on the day they announced it wasn’t picked up :( It’s so relevant for our demographic and the Duplass’ are so smart and spot on with their modern day relationship storytelling.

  19. Laura says...

    Read Mating in Captivity. That’s all! :)

    • Sadie says...

      Yes! That book is fantastic. And it has the most hilarious cover!

  20. Togetherness is totally killing it. It’s such a great show!

  21. Lana says...

    Oh my god! My friends (who are married) just told my husband and I that they’ve been having an open relationship for the past year. It’s been great for them, but it freaked me out. (No judging on my part, but I’m a serial monogamist so it blew my mind that people do this!) Anyway, on the way home my husband and I were talking about mind blowing sex and he said something really sweet that’s forever changed my idea of what “good sex” is. He said, “We’ve been married for ten years. I know all your moves and you know all of mine, but we still want to have sex with each other. That’s kind of mind blowing in itself.”

    • Luna GC says...

      Aww… that’s it :)

    • Abi says...

      Love this.

  22. jen says...

    this show was way too depressing for me. plus i really did not like any of the characters. other people have recommended too but i loved catastrophe!

  23. This is So. Stinking. Funny!!! And part-truths always make for the best humor.

  24. Togetherness is such a great show. I’m a huge fan. It’s so raw, depressing, and real. Amazing show. Great writing, and fantastic cast. Love. Love. Love

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  25. Sarah says...

    1 word, catastrophe!

    • Hayley Putnam says...

      YES! I was just going to leave another comment and say you should totally watch Catastrophe if you haven’t yet! My husband and I just started watching it (four episodes in I think), and we’re hooked. It’s SO. GOOD!

    • Krissy says...

      Ah! Catastrophe is seriously laugh out loud funny. I was so bummed when we ran out of episodes/finished watching both seasons!

    • Hell yes! I just finished watching the second season today and I love how amazingly funny every single episode is! Sharon Horgan is my hero! <3 <3 <3

  26. Hayley Putnam says...

    LOVE Togetherness! Great cast and wonderful writing. Just finished the second season. So bummed there won’t be a third. :( I love the Duplass brothers — I strongly recommend the movie “The One I Love” (on Netflix), with Mark Duplass and Elizabeth Moss (if you haven’t seen it). It’s so trippy, unexpected, and so good!

  27. Danielle says...

    I love togetherness and I, too, am so bummed it’s been cancelled! I thought it was a great portrayal of relationships and marriage. I know that ‘pillow’ scene was to illustrate a point on routine and getting stuck in a rut, but it struck a nerve when Brett complained about having sex with the same person for the rest of his life. I’ve been married 18 years and prior to that, dated my (now) husband for um, 12 years on and off (we met in high school) so I’m going to guess we’ve been having sex for almost 25 years. And I have never thought ‘ugh – just this guy from now on?!’. I guess it’s safe to say, Brett’s marriage has bigger problems than mine!

    ps – also LOVE Melanie Lynskey! And I think that was the best work Amanda Peet has done.

    • Neely says...

      That’s so awesome! My husband and I met in high school too and I felt the exact same way about that scene. I guess we are lucky! We are celebrating our 10 year anniversary this year (together for 20) :)

    • Margaret says...

      Us too! I never think this about my husband, and we’ve been married for 11 years, together for 17. I don’t think it’s all luck.

  28. Cyn says...

    When you get to that part in your marriage what you do is…hang in there because that is what you promised to do. It will pass. We all get disgusted with our guys at some time or another. Don’t quit!

  29. meg says...

    Oh god, I watched that scene with my husband. We’ve been having some…. downtime after having a baby. Perhaps extended downtime. It made me so tense to sit next to him and watch this!

    • Lana says...

      We had downtime for two years after our second baby. My hormones were a wreck, I had PPD and franklyI resented my husband Bc it’s really hard to be a parent sometimes, and since you can’t blame the babe you blame your partner. But then one day it was like a fog lifted and I felt like my old self. Hang in there!

  30. Noral says...

    Togetherness, makes me glad I am not married.
    Catastrophe, makes me sorry I am not.

  31. Deb says...

    love “Togetherness” so much; so sad that the 2nd season was it’s last :(

    • Deb says...

      *its

    • Deb says...

      and yes, I love Melanie Lynskey!

  32. This is, hands down, my favorite TV show. And no one ever talks about it, so I’m nervous that it won’t last forever, which is what I want. :) It’s so realistic.

  33. Heather says...

    I haven’t watched it, but can soooooooooooooo relate with the monotony of my own 12+ year relationship. It gets really hard to add the spice and zing back into sexy time.

  34. Michele says...

    I loved this show & was SO sad they didn’t renew it. It was so, so good. That always seems to happen to my favorites!

  35. Colleen says...

    I watched with my boyfriend; we enjoyed it but sadly it was cancelled by hbo :(

  36. Amy says...

    Me and my bestie are in total disagreement over this show. She loves it, but I personally think it’s annoying as hell. The women are immature jerks and the men are doormats with no balls. My (common law) husband agrees with me completely. He actually hates the show 10x more than I do. You wouldn’t even know they have kids because they are so self involved.

    I love the Duplass brothers in general, though. “The One I Love” is one of my favorite movies ever, you have to watch it! It also stars Peggy from Mad Men :)

    • Sarah says...

      Wow, so harsh! I feel like the show casts a fairly realistic depiction of (a certain kind of) marriage and relationships in general. It’s complicated, annoying, and funny, like real life.

    • Amy says...

      @Sarah haha, you sound just like my bestie! I guess it was a bit harsh. Maybe I’m more like the girls in the show than I thought ;)

    • Anna says...

      I agree with you Amy :)

  37. Jennifer says...

    I miss this show already! My husband and I just finished watching it all. We’d sit on the sofa while clutching one another in pure terror. Loved every second of it. It’s one of the most brilliant TV shows I’ve seen in a while!

  38. Yes, love the show! But if I’m not mistaken, the season that just aired was the show’s finale. If that’s true I’m BUMMED OUT. Wonderful, tangible characters who aren’t super models. We need more of this!

  39. you HAVE to watch catastrophe. you have to. try again!

    • Amberlynn says...

      I agree. Catastrophe is so good.

    • Sarah says...

      Sooooo good. So, so, so good. SO FUNNY.

  40. Lauren E. says...

    I looooove love love this show, and was so heartbroken to hear it had been canceled. I thought it not only nailed romantic relationships, but friendships, too. The friendship between Brett and Alex was the BEST.

  41. Lindsay says...

    This looks great! My new favorite /recommendation would be Amazon’s – Catastrophe. Such a simple topic (American guy gets London girl pregnant). Well written and hilarious! Nothing better than some good TV once the kiddos are asleep and the wine bottle is open :)

  42. I hadn’t even heard of this show! Which is crazy because I love the Duplass brothers, Amanda Peet and especially Melanie Lynskey ever since Ever After (guilty pleasure movie haha).

    PS – She’s also in the amazing animated mini-series ‘Over the Garden Wall’ which is dark and hilarious and is about two brothers (one of whom is probably a lot like Toby now that I think about it!)

  43. I just finished watching this series! I highly enjoyed it and will miss the characters. My husband on the other hand found it depressing on how real it was.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      i’ve heard that from so many friends! they love it but their husbands refuse to watch it because it’s too close to home.

    • olma says...

      How classic is that??
      The men are afraid of reality! Nothing new there then!

  44. Lauren says...

    Ugh. I LOVE this show. It’s probably my favorite show on right now and I can’t believe they canceled it. They capture marriage, for better or for worse, more realistically than any show. Did you realize they canceled it? We should start a petition. Ha.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      we SHOULD!

    • meg says...

      I’m so in on a petition! Hasn’t that worked with some shows in the past? Maybe Amazon or Netflix will pick it up!

  45. This show is by far one of my new favorites! I adore the entire cast and how REAL it all is!! “WTF is ‘get the pillow’?” Just made me LOL all over again! Tina might be my favorite!

  46. Lauren says...

    Don’t get too hooked on the show — HBO canceled it, and it aired its last episode two weeks ago. I was devastated; they seem to prefer to cancel their quietly brilliant and deeply emotional shows.

    • Sarah B says...

      WHATTTT?! This makes me so sad. I had NO IDEA! What a bummer and such a loss for HBO.

  47. Jenn says...

    My husband and I love this show! It’s so easy to binge watch :) Reading the comments here, I’m just learning it wasn’t renewed for a third season? I hope that’s not true!

  48. Tyler says...

    I LOVE this show and yes, I too LOVE Melanie Lynskey, I always have. I love that she is coming to the front after playing amazing minor and supporting roles for years. She always gives such emotional performances. Just found out through the comments that the show has been cancelled so now my day is slightly sadder. Watching it touched me more than anything else I’d seen in a long time, and gave me hope that other adults are as disillusioned and aimless as I feel much of the time. Also as someone who has been married for a few years, this definitely hit home. Although we don’t have kids the show definitely looks at marriage super honestly and I loved it. The times when they are angry or disappointed with each other but they’re so afraid to say something they can’t take back.. thats marriage. Choosing your words and battles so carefully and tenderly can be exhausting. And can we talk about how entertaining Amanda Peet is on this show?? She is giving an amazing, flailing performance. I also have a mad crush on the guy who plays Alex. WHY IS IT CANCELLED, LIKE, FOR REALS?

  49. Esther says...

    Now I am going to have to watch this show – thank you!! You might also like the show Catastrophe which is in its 2nd season on Netflix.

  50. Alice Quin says...

    Love this show! I marathon watched it last weekend, like basically in a day. So good.

  51. Lol…I’ve never seen this show before. But it sounds hilarious. I’ve never been married but I’ve been in an 8 year long relationship…and I can totally relate. lmao

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  52. Cecilia says...

    Yay! I am tired of people writing about Girls and such shows – that although funny and clever, are a bit tacky! I love this show. Love the music and storyline. My husband didn’t love it but would watch with me and ended up getting pretty attached to the characters. I have such a crush on Mark Duplass! Him and his brother also produce an animated show on HBO called “Animals”; pretty funny and helps to get over the fact that Togetherness was canceled :(

  53. Johanna says...

    Just started hysterically laughing in front of my mother. Very awkward.

  54. DENISE. says...

    I love this show, too! My husband & I watch it together. I frequently pause it to discuss what WE would do in certain situations or “what if” scenarios. We’ve had really amazing conversations and revelations as a result. I’m so bummed it’s cancelled! The acting, writing, production is superb.

  55. Sarah says...

    So sad that HBO cancelled Togetherness. It was so wonderful! :(

  56. I’m sooooooooooo sad it was cancelled!

  57. Corinne says...

    Mark Duplass was in a great little movie called ‘The One I Love’ with Elizabeth Moss. It’s odd but really good and the house they filmed it in is so pretty.

  58. Theresa says...

    Funny this is a post today, as I stumbled upon the show over the weekend and my husband and I were thinking we want to go back and watch it from the beginning. I love Amanda Peet in the few episodes I saw. We binge watched while our 2 year old napped! I didn’t realize it was cancelled. boo.

  59. Molly says...

    wait?!? they cancelled this show? How did I not know? So sad. For some reason my husband wasn’t a fan of this, but I loved all it’s quirky, awkwardness, because that’s what life is most of the time!!

  60. girl if you have crushes on chris messina AND melanie lynskey then you MUST see “away we go” where they play the most fantastic, fun, and sorrowful married couple. it stars john krasinksi and maya rudolph!

    • Seconded! They are amazing in that movie. I wish they had larger parts.

  61. marni says...

    the married sex scene is shallow. i’m tired of people writing from a simplistic perspective and suggesting a prop such as handcuffs will help. if you are grossed out and uninterested in your partner it’s more than sex. it’s always more than sex!

    • Keeley says...

      If you haven’t seen the show, that’s kind of the whole point of that scene. She tries that as a quick fix but what she really needs to do is get the courage to tell him what’s wrong.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      yes, totally. she tries to use the handcuffs, etc, as a bandaid for all their problems, and it doesn’t work. one thing i love about the show is how hard all four main characters are trying to figure things out.

    • Abi says...

      I loved that scene because it was obvious how uncomfortable and desperate she was, and felt like it evolved so truthfully with all of his interruptions.

  62. K W says...

    I LOVE Togetherness. My husband and I watch it together every week and are always so touched by the realness of the relationships depicted. We dated for 10 years before we got married last August, and the interpersonal (and personal!) conflicts in the show really resonate with us. Thought provoking and full of sweetness! He and I both have a crush on Michelle.

  63. Amy says...

    Love this show! Love everything about it. They pair really great music with each episode as well. I wish there were more than 8 episodes per season!

  64. Amy says...

    I love Togetherness (and not just because it takes place in my old neighborhood!) and am super disappointed that it wasn’t picked up for another season. I like Michelle, but I LOVE Tina! She’s a freaking hoot.

  65. Elizabeth says...

    I am devastated that they cancelled this show!!! 😭

  66. anonymous says...

    So true. I think that sometimes not only do you want to “not get the pillow” you wish that pillow was completely thrown out of the window. It´s funny how we perceive routine, because it can be so comforting, but when it comes to sex and routine, especially in a marriage, it sometimes makes you question other aspects of the relationship too i.e: communication, how attracted you are towards your partner, your future within the marriage.
    So I guess the big lesson is, if you want that pillow out, then you need to speak up and be brave, as routine is both the holy grail and sometimes the biggest problem within marriages.

  67. Chelsey S says...

    I’m obsessed with this show and am SO UPSET to learn HBO cancelled it :(

    Can we start a petition or something to get this back on the air?!

    • Darley Tom says...

      Yes! Completely agree, it was so good. It needs to come back!

    • What?! Cancelled? Noooo!

      I really enjoyed that show :(

  68. Carly says...

    I’m watching ‘togetherness’ on and off, and like it, however it can be too depressing at times because the topics they touch on are almost too real.

    • carlsbad says...

      That’s exactly it. It’s too real for me, I want entertainment!