Kristy Katzmann, who lives in Chicago, hopes to fall in love and start a family with the winner of the new Fox series "Labor of Love."
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The 10-epsiode Hulu series premieres on June 19.
Psst, Labor of Love? I think you might’ve misunderstood the old “Love bears all things” quote. In a move that is chef’s-kiss perfect for this show, producers this week employ someone to dress up in a bear costume and scare the guys while they’re having one-on-one time with Kristy in the woods. Y’know, just to see [
This has been a tough week in the middle of a tough year, so please allow me to distract you with the ridiculous fact that one of this week’s Labor of Love departing dudes literally pees on the house as he says his final goodbye. See? Now you may not feel better, but at least a [
In 1877, British Prime Minister Lord Salisbury offered this warning: “No lesson seems to be so deeply inculcated by the experience of life as that you never should trust experts. If you believe the doctors, nothing is wholesome: if you believe the theologians, nothing is innocent: if you believe the soldiers, nothing is safe. They all require to have their strong wine diluted by a very large admixture of insipid common sense.”