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Josh wrestles with understanding his relationship with Arnold, whose anxiety proves to be an obstacle. After a series of dates, Josh and Arnold have sex for the first time, but the relationship proves tentative still. Arnold drunkenly tells Josh he loves him for the first time, but when Josh tells him he loves him the next day, Arnold doesn't reciprocate. Arnold makes a grand Love Actually inspired romantic gesture where he apologises to Josh and says that he loves him.
Finding the perfect balancing act of being biting, sweet, and hilariously funny, the show has an effortless charm, appealing to the masses by putting normalcy, (real normalcy, not sanitized normalcy) on-screen.
Please Like Me is gently groundbreaking, but not, as it might have been once upon a time, because it revolves around a gay man. The show offers a new way to portray mental illness on TV that isn't tense drama.