CAST: Jerrod Carmichael, Amber West, Loretta Devine, David Alan Grier, Lil Rel LOVE IS RELATIVE (multi-camera) STUDIO: 20th TV TEAM: Dan Mazer (w, ep), Tom Werner (ep), Tom Lassally (ep) LOGLINE: A wife and husband begin to see their marriage in a whole new way after her newly divorced brother moves in.
Perhaps some of the confusion viewers like this one have arises from the fact that, historically, members of the LGBT community have tended not to come out until early adulthood; thus, queer adults sometimes seem to spontaneously generate rather than mature organically from childhood.
“This season we’ve really gone back to what worked so well in Season One with the roommates, keeping everyone’s storylines connected.” Kristen shared, “The writers did a fantastic job this season at bringing that back, so everyone’s been really excited about that.
We always have the most fun on-set when we’re all there together.” Sam quickly seconded Hager’s revelation, “It was a goal for the writers to put us all back together because it’s their favorite thing to write as well.” This season is the first that Kristen Hager’s been officially added as a series regular and while the castmates enjoy each others’ company immensely, the characters they portray frequently succumb to tensions when gathered all together.
The actual lead is Vicki Nelson, a human PI (and former cop), who's wound up specializing in cases on the unearthly side.
There is a Love Triangle between Henry, Vicki, and Vicki's old flame Mike Celluci, who is a (human) police detective and the resident Agent Scully.