Dating now ep 3 introducing speed dating speech
The hilariously grotesque finale is indescribably cool and the make-up effects are downright nauseating.
Hanks himself stars as the contact person of a dating service and there are other supportive roles for Frances Sternhagen ("Misery", "Outland") and Sugar Ray Leonard as the mysterious gravedigger.
Ho-Jung is a cute, naive girl who often falls head over heals with the wrong guys.
Both Ho-Jung and Kyu-In, her neighbor, are idealistic about love.
This generation is radically rethinking straight sex and marriage, but at what cost?
Quite an effort because, even though Hanks debuted in horror (in a forgotten 80's slasher called "He Knows You're Alone"), he was mainly occupied with doing comedy and drama during the time this episode got released.
"None but the Lonely Heart" is fantastic entertainment and features a lot of gore, delightful black humor and a truly splendid performance by Treat Williams.
They start off on the wrong foot and treats each other as if they were siblings, constantly fighting.
Ho-Jung's friend Cha Hee has a thing for Kyu-In and Ho-Jung later realizes that she too has feelings for him.