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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

This Valentine’s Day, RelationShow pillow talks with the fabulous Carrie Fisher (seriously—she calls us straight from her bed!) We also meet Carolyn Hax and Nick Galifianakis, whose nationally syndicated relationship advice column is going gangbusters—even though they divorced each other a decade ago.  Plus, a sharp-eyed psychologist uncovers the hidden love codes in your instant messages, and we hear from New Yorkers who find novel ways to keep the romance burning. Come celebrate Valentine's Day with RelationShow!

Hosted by:

Mario Correa and Faith Salie

Bedtime Stories…with Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher knows a thing or two about relationships—especially what not to do.

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I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Divorce Me: Carolyn Hax & Nick Galifianakis

Washington Post writer Carolyn Hax and acclaimed cartoonist Nick Galifianakis create a weekly syndicated relationship advice column, “Carolyn Hax”, read by millions of readers.

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What the Dickens? Love Lessons from the Classics

Author and bookworm Jack Murnighan says the key to a successful modern relationship lies in reading classic tomes like Bleak House, Moby Dick, and Anna Karenina

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Music to Love By (or at least Bang Your Head To)

Singer-songwriter John DeLore—you may know him better as The Reverend—finds out what New Yorkers put on when they want to get their honeys in the mood.  The answers may alarm you.


You Expand Me! How New Experiences Solidify a Relationship

Like canoeing?  How about trips to the outer boroughs? Well, these and other routine-breakers may hold the key to a long-lasting relationship, says Dr. Art Aron.   

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Living Apart…Together

Romantic cohabitation…we’ve all done it. Or have we?

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Vote on the Worst-Ever Valentine’s Day Gift! (And make Faith bake you a cake!)

RelationShow’s Gideon Evans ferrets out the very worst Valentine’s Day gifts in all of romantic-dom.  For starters, meet the woman whose boyfriend gave her a scale (hey, at least it was digital!) and cast your vote on The Worst Valentine’s Day gift ever.  Vote now!


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Faith and Mario in the studio.

Meet Us, Meet Our Baby—RelationShow

Like most successful conceptions, the conception of RelationShow began with sperm. Specifically, when I asked my friend Mario if he would consider giving me some of his because I wanted to have a baby.

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