Towards the middle and the end of the special, Titus says better days are on the horizon, as he has found a new, younger woman who he claims is fabulous and a wonderful person to be around.During these segments, Titus provides us with commentary on how the mysterious ways of a woman do nothing but irritate and confuse a man, as he says many of us are so straight-forward and women are anything but. He states that mixed signals and not saying what you want or how you really feel is what is killing relationships between two rational people, left and right.Christopher said that, for him, all this was just normal and it wasn't until much later in life that he realized it was wildly unusual.One of the defining moments of Titus' life and a key part of his stand-up routine is the fact that, as a teenager, he was a big party animal, taking from his dad, who had a Jekyll & Hyde-style personality flip whenever he drank alcohol.To combat instances that provide a dark outlook, Titus does what he does best and that's infuse these little instances with absurd but funny jabs that simply need to be seen in order to be appreciated.Judging by the way Titus handles his pacing, his delivery, and his gags, it seems that Titus has had all these thoughts, insecurities, and frustrations boiling inside him for so long he needed to get them out as soon as he could.He makes you really think how much you may hate yours.Hilarity only continues to ensue when Titus brings out his alter ego he has labeled "the inner-retard," which he claims all of us have.
Even as the special occasionally descends into dark instances, with Titus clearly being emotionally affected by some of the incidents, the last thing he seems to want to do is to make this comedy special depressing or saddening in any way.Despite her high intellect, stunning beauty, infectious charm and amazing talent, she was also a manipulative, mentally-ill Juanita was diagnosed with manic-depressive schizophrenia, though the TV show depicts her mental illness as paranoid schizophrenia mixed with dissociative identity disorder, as she always feared that aliens were after her and she often thought she was other people alcoholic who never took her medication (choosing instead to drink alcohol to medicate it herself—which made her violent outbursts something akin to what you would find in a comic book supervillain) and could convince everyone—including mental hospital board members—into thinking she had her mental illness under control, only for her to fall into another psychotic episode Juanita's second husband was shot to death in 1986 after he beat her up on Thanksgiving for not having dinner done when he got home from work.After her husband tossed her turkey against the wall, Juanita tried to scald him with some boiling mashed potatoes.See full summary » Recognized as one of the greatest comedians working today, Christopher Titus, star of the Fox hit TV show "Titus," is back with an all-new Comedy Central special, "love is Evol." Building off the success of "Norman Rockwell is Bleeding" and "The 5th Annual End of the World Tour," this hilarious and unflinching look at dating, marriage, and divorce is a tour de force on all things love. We want someone to be us when we grow old and become frail, and the idea of love means more to many of us than any dollar amount or any tangible item out there."Love is Evol" will fix your relationship or destroy it. Titus explains how we won't tolerate a little incorrect addition or subtraction in our Starbucks latte but we'll tolerate a relationship that isn't meant to be, when we know it isn't, for years and years just to please our own personal conception of love.