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Black & Sexy TV: Watch Minisode #8 Of 'The Couple' Titled 'Eating Out'

by Vanessa Martinez
July 2, 2012 5:18 PM
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Continuing on with the hilarious, fun and sexy web series 'The Couple,' by Dennis Dortch, exec-produced by Jeanine Daniels and starring Numa Perrier and Desmond Faison. They're you, me and everyone we know.

If you missed the last Minisode titled One Bathroom, you can watch it HERE.

Watch the latest below, Minisode #8, titled Eating Out.  Numa's character particularly irksome in this one; yet she's lovely and we can't resist this duo. :)

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  • Whitney | July 3, 2012 11:37 PMReply

    I love them! They are very entertaining and have great chemistry. She's annoying, but there is something cute and endearing about her. I'd enjoy seeing them on TV.

    His expression when he sat back down made me holler.

  • karen marie mason | July 3, 2012 9:12 AMReply

    I love them.

  • Lydia | July 2, 2012 8:17 PMReply

    Please. Nothing beats a meal of neckbones, collards, rice and gravy, and biscuits. As for ordering plates, I routinely order a different meat and different veggies. It doubles your selections, although I definitely would NOT have eaten all of his food without permission. That was just rude. Still, I love these episodes. I just wish they didn't rely so much on portraying her as the "irksome" partner in the relationship. They need a new angle. That one is fast becomimg stale.

  • BluTopaz | July 2, 2012 6:10 PMReply

    o/t, but I thought neckbones are for seasoning? People eat them straight up like that? This was cute, I like these short and realistic glimpses into different relationships.

  • BluTopaz | July 2, 2012 11:22 PM

    I am North American, and what are hamhocks-just kidding. But I can see stealing my man's mac n cheese, but not some neckbones. I also don't know how to play spades and never double-dutched either-lol.

  • CareyCarey | July 2, 2012 9:29 PM

    Blutopaz, now you've done it. But wait, maybe I should ask, what is your "cultural" background? You mean to tell me you've never heard of neckbones being served as a meal? Maybe you're thinking of hamhocks being used as seasoning, but they're also eaten to the last drop. And people do mix their neckbones in their greens. Lydia likes rice and gravy, and biscuits with her greens and neckbones. I'll take mash potatoes and cornbread.

  • Akimbo | July 2, 2012 6:16 PM

    I've had just straight up neckbones. They're good.

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