Once again, we see that Corey is not a wonderful boyfriend. I mean, how rude is that to be on Grindr while out with the guy you’re seeing. A lot of guys would think that means he’s trying to find someone else.
But, and I’ve said this a few times, they aren’t “boyfriend and boyfriend” yet. They just keep going out. They aren’t keen on asking the other about being boyfriends… but… I think Howard thinks of Corey as his boyfriend, and Corey…. who knows?
Exactly my point. Howard wants him to be a proper boyfriend. But Corey keeps doing stuff that proves he’s not a worthy boyfriend. And I’ll be honest, if you’re out with someone who you look at in ANY romantic or sexual way, it’s rude to be on grindr at the same time time.
The “Jilt-A-Whirl” arc is your answer. Corey has a habit of raising the bar with boyfriend material and then completely severing from his date of choice.
I’m more intrigued by the dynamic between Corey and Abel. Quite similar yeah-I-did-him approaches.
I like that Frank Herbert/”Dune” reference. Howard feels like he’s in a desert. In more ways than one.
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