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The Nose Watched 'I Love Dick' And This Headline Is Paralyzed By The Plenitude Of Possible Wordplay

"I Love Dick" is Jill Soloway's second TV series for Amazon, after "Transparent." It's based on Chris Kraus's seminal feminist novel from the 1990s and stars Kevin Bacon as the titular character. Rolling Stone has called the show "the high-lit cowboy-lust TV show you need." The Nose weighs in.

And then: Jimmy Fallon was on top of the world. Then came Trump. And: The male romper is here, and you can pee in it. Or maybe some other topic that we haven't thought of yet.

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