The lives and loves of a magazine editor and her roommates living in a Brooklyn brownstone, with plotlines revolving around their ever-changing relationships with neighbors, coworkers and boyfriends. Max's old beau Jeffrey D. Max: Erika Alexander. Susan: Kellita Smith.
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See the full gallery. Maxine's ex-boyfriend comes to town with his new fiancee and she wants to make him jealous by having a new man as well. When she can't get someone on short notice, she pretends Kyle is her boyfriend. Prime Video has you covered this holiday season with movies for the family. Here are some of our picks to get you in the spirit. Get some picks. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates.
A Kiss Before Lying
Before rewatching the series, I wondered if it would live up to my desires. Would I realize I was looking back on it through the lens of nostalgia? Thankfully, I quickly learned that Living Single remains amazing. The humor is sharp, the characters distinctive, the cast chemistry inviting, and the narratives the right balance between outlandish and poignant. My favorite aspect of Living Single is the often venomous, lustful dynamic between Max and Kyle. They exemplify the idea that there is a thin line between love and hate. Khadijah responds as any best friend would, encouraging Max to leave Greg in the past. Erika Alexander and T. The on-again, off-again relationship between Max and Kyle is undoubtedly the strongest relationship in Living Single , at least romantically speaking. Regine knows something is up despite Max and Kyle continuing to pretend their relationship is currently on the back burner, adding a hilarious dimension to the episode.
No score yet. Summary: Max receives several phone messages from her ex-boyfriend Greg, who had unceremoniously dumped her a year earlier. She arranges for the meal to be held at the girls' apartment. Regine suggests that Max bring a date, but Khadijah believes that Max should be Max receives several phone messages from her ex-boyfriend Greg, who had unceremoniously dumped her a year earlier. Regine suggests that Max bring a date, but Khadijah believes that Max should be happy with who she is. He accepts the role all too eagerly.