Dating your cousin - Fab Life s Whitney Thore Learns That She s Dating Her Cousin


"No, but I think we're distant relatives," Nathan replies. "We are related. We're, like, second cousins or something. I was telling my mom—she asked about the date, and I mentioned your name...I forgot how the connection was, but she knew everybody's name, and she was telling me how we're tied together somehow in our family, and I was like, 'What?'"

“Well, there’s probably something I should share with you — very interesting information that I found out,” Nathan says in the sneak peek. Thore asks with a laugh, “What, did you go to a psychic or something?” Her man replies, “No, but I think we’re distant relatives.”

Adding an intriguing Canadian twist to a universally appealing story of teenage trials, My American Cousin begins as bored 12-year-old Sandy (Margaret Langrick) is preparing for another long summer of cherry picking when suddenly her older, James Dean-cool cousin Butch (John Wildman) arrives unexpectedly from California in a red Cadillac convertible. Sandy and her pre-teen friends fall madly for Butch's rock 'n' roll swagger, but he's more interested in making time with the local girls and getting in fistfights than in playing chauffeur to Sandy. Both have a lot to learn about life and each other, but united under the strict parental rule of Sandy's dad, they vow to make this summer a truly unforgettable experience. Capturing the restlessness of youth with a fresh and funny perspective, Wilson's genuinely charming period piece is forever reaching for lost innocence as it playfully contrasts Canadian and American attitudes. My American Cousin has remained a consistent favourite for ... Written by Tom Zoerner <@->


Dating your cousin

Dating your cousin