new season Oct 16
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Love

"My wife has never slept with an escort. I want to get that out of the way up front. Since production began on Satisfaction early this year I have, believe it or not, been asked that question numerous times. If not outright, the implication from anyone curious enough to know what inspired me to write a show about a happily married couple losing sight of the meaning in their lives and exploring extramarital affairs is always clear: Did this happen to you? The truth is, I don’t have a simple answer as to what led me to create the series." - by Sean Jablonski, Creator/EP of USA's Satisfaction

“Our job in a relationship is to make our partner feel special, fulfilled and loved, which is so much easier in the beginning. When you’re falling in love, you naturally want to do anything for this person.  You want to rip each other’s clothes off the second you see each other, until one day you don’t feel like having sex at all, and then you never talk about it. Ever.” - by Emily Morse

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“What I’ve learned is that although challenging, marriage doesn’t always require “a lot of work” and can truthfully be so much less stressful when spouses resolve themselves to stay awake, alert and connected with the needs, desires and activities that are important to their mate.” - by Danine Manette

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“What’s uncovered in the series doesn’t only focus on the issues of monogamy (is it defunct?) and marriage (does it have an expiration date?), but also prompts important philosophical questions: What if everyone looking for the Have-It-All lifestyle is chasing all the wrong things? What if the having it all outside isn't enough to feel fulfilled inside?” - by Charles J Orlando 

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“This lie that a relationship equals completeness is perhaps more damaging for people in relationships.  If a relationship is supposed to satisfy your every need, then what does it mean when you’re in a relationship and you’re not feeling satisfied?” - by Amber Madison 

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“Everyone knows that humans are a fickle bunch. Just because you love something today doesn’t mean you’ll love it two years or even two weeks from now. (Think about how badly you once wanted that pet rock/Rubik’s Cube/mood ring/Cabbage Patch Kid/Atari VCS if you don’t believe me.)” - by Jenna McCarthy

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