Do you remember Alice and Timmy? They're the stars of the smash hit Facebook Manners And You. This time around, another misunderstanding has America's favorite anachronistic 50s couple in dire need of advice about what to do if you suspect your lover of infidelity. Through a series of gaffs, miscues and flubs, Timmy Gordon figures out what to do when you think your lady may be committing adultery.
ALICE AND TIMMY
Oh boy. Alice's retaliation to Timmy's moment of weakness has really landed him in hot water. It turns out that the government doesn't take kindly to communists. Now Timmy Gordon has to convince the community that he's not a threat and for alice to forgive him. Will a 1950s rap song do the trick?
Alice has discovered that her boyfriend, the lovable Timmy Gordon, may've made a serious error in judgement using social media. Once dubbed the Electric Friendship Generator, Alice thinks Facebook is now the Going Steady Stopper. But if Timmy is legitimately contrite for his cheating should Alice give him another chance? If they don't reconcile should she sell his things online?
Oh boy. Timmy Gordon has been getting really into Facebook, the electric friendship generator. Unfortunately, he's developed a case of insomnia and is trying to cure it with Doze-e-tonic. Unfortunately, the combination of bad advice from Donny Watershed, grand-pappy's cough syrup, 3D glasses and the joy of Facebook has Timmy making some really bad online decisions.
Uh oh, Alice is NOT pleased when she seen the late-night mayhem that Timmy has wreaked on Facebook, the Electric Friendship Generator. In fact, she thinks jejune Timmy may have done some work outside of their relationship (yep, suspected infidelity). Not sure what to do, she goes to Twitter to ask for some advice. Is crowd-sourcing relationship advice smart?
Timmy Gordon is looking up an innocent science fiction film when he stumbles across a truly forbidden planet: computer porn. As a generally upstanding and genial fella, Timmy is shocked, then curious and then very interested. But Timmy feels a little guilty and doesn't want his new main squeeze Alice to find out but he thinks he could be developing a porn addicition. And it could ruin his relationship.
Alice Johnson is in love with a boy named Timmy Gordon. And she really want so give him a surprise: introduce a third party into their lives! But it's not what you think, Alice wants to start getting ready for a family by having a puppy. Will Timmy feel neglected because ofAlice's new best friend?
Timmy Gordon is over-the-moon about Alice and they're officially going steady. However, his buddy Donny Watershed thinks all guys should have a lady on the backburner but Timmy is a one-gal kinda fella. Unfortunately, a real brassy broad doesn't give a fish's feet about Timmy's one-dame policy.
Things are going swell for Alice and Timmy but they're going on date number three and Alice is a little nervous about the third date rule. Timmy has been a perfect gentleman up until now but Alice is hoping for some kissing action but she's not sure if she's a good kisser. So, she's downloaded an app for her myPhone to teach her how to kiss.
Timmy Gordon has just started the texting phase of his budding courtship of one sweet Alice Johnson. Unfortunately, Timmy is as tongue-tied in text as he is in person. What should he tell Alice to get her motor revving? What happens when autocorrect has Alice inadvertently sending Timmy a message that gets his motor revving?
Alice is going on her first date with Timmy and she's as nervous as a model airplane enthusiast in a airplane full of enthusiastic models. What should she talk about? Where should they go? What should she do at the end of the date? She checks in with a few lady magazines for some tips and tricks for mastering her first date.
After her first episode, Alice Johnson is in full-swing and ready to get out there in the dating world. The only problem is Alice is a little demure when it comes to flirting. But she doesn't want to be a prude. So, Alice decides to play a few little characters to unleash her inner bad girl.
We all like having a wise person guide us through our problems. But can a person we don't know really help us with relationship advice? Crowdsourcing is a great tool for determining if something is generally good but what it's not great at is nuance. Would you randomly ask strangers for love advice? Would you take it?