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I love that people are really identifying with us both.
We’re all a little bit Molly and Issa, and we’ve all known a Lawrence and had a Daniel.
My friends, I'm a simple woman with no attitudes. Extremely lovable caring n affectionate.loves to live my life on my own terms.
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Lauren received 245 messages in that one-week period.
While she was surprised to find that she is the most sought-after straight woman, she doesn’t think guys are complicated.
’s Issa (played by the HBO show’s creator Issa Rae), Molly’s her anchor.
Carried with winning confidence — even when it’s tested — by comedian Yvonne Orji, Molly is the woman you want in your corner when it’s time for a reality check.
I think I literally said out loud, “Yes, you.” “That’s kind of normal,” she says, sipping a bourbon on the rocks. To find out how some people manage to stand apart from the masses, and how it feels to be so desired, I asked Rudder to introduce me to the most popular OKCupid daters in the city in four categories—straight and gay women and straight and gay men.
Once again, this week, Molly’s thirst for a boyfriend blew up in her face, which led to some painfully awkward scenes with Jidenna. We’re both Nigerian and from the same tribe, Igbo, so we kind of had that whole, “Hey you, I see you, my brother! We would play around on set, but he definitely was eager to learn a lot and do the character justice.
Fans were excited to see us together in last week’s episode, but I don’t know if they’ll still feel that way now. She’s always looking outside of herself to see how she measures up to other people, instead of looking inward and saying, Maybe there’s something that I’m doing that could disqualify me as a potential candidate for a future mate.
“I don’t get intimidated easily,” her profile warns.
She likes “hockey, whiskey, swimming in an open ocean, down comforters, astronomy.” Her photos are striking: a wide-eyed close-up, overlit like an album cover; a low-res camera-phone shot that flaunts a short skirt and the gypsy tattoo that curls around her thigh.