Love Bites - Netflix

A long long time ago, in a cafe quite close by, Ben asked Maryann out for coffee. You see, Ben liked Maryann and it seemed simple enough; "coffee" means "date", right? Unfortunately he also invited his best friend Phil, and that was the end of that. Maryann and Phil fell in love with each other and were "Couple of the Year" for two years running. Until Phil got tired of his job, his life, and his girlfriend and headed for browner pastures in Australia. When Maryann finally ran out of swear words, she found she still enjoyed Ben's company, and even stranger, that of his flatmate Richard....

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2002-03-21

Love Bites - Defenders of the Faith - Netflix

Defenders of the Faith is the ninth studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. Three tracks were released as singles: “Freewheel Burning”, “Some Heads Are Gonna Roll” and “Love Bites”. The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA.

Love Bites - Controversy - Netflix

“Eat Me Alive” was listed at number 3 on the Parents Music Resource Center's “Filthy Fifteen”, a list of 15 songs the organization found most objectionable. PMRC co-founder Tipper Gore stated the song was about oral sex at gunpoint. In response to the allegations, Priest recorded the song “Parental Guidance” on the follow-up album Turbo.

Love Bites - References - Netflix

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