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Gillian Jacobs is still a Love addict in new season 2 trailer


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At the end of Love‘s first season, Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) realized she was a sex and love addict — and she’s still struggling with saying no in the Netflix comedy’s second season.

“I told Gus that I didn’t want to date for a year,” she tells her roommate, Bertie (Claudia O’Doherty), in the just-released official trailer. “Then we had sex in my car.” Oops?

At another point in the clip, she and Gus (Paul Rust) have seemingly decided against spending the year apart as they figure out how they’re going to introduce him at an event. “This is Gus,” Mickey practices. “I could f— other dudes, but I choose not to.”

“Hi, I’m Gus,” he responds. “I’m the only guy she’s f—ing.”

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The trailer also features Gus accidentally taking some shrooms, getting tackled by police, and talking about the excitement of Mickey’s highs and lows — plus Mickey attending a meeting for addicts, breaking a $2,000 crystal bowl, and proposing a (not great) solution for that broken crystal bowl.

Love was created by Judd Apatow and husband-and-wife duo Rust and Lesley Arfin. Watch the trailer above, and see the second season when it debuts on Netflix March 10.