But, Anna, you may be asking, is sharing an appetizer really enough time to determine if someone is a sociopath?
writer Hans Rosenfeldt, now two episodes into an eight-part run and twisting its way into the public imagination.
Her show is, in this moment, powerful; the empathy she extends to her guests feels real and deep; the conversations she holds are bracingly difficult while still being honest and kind.
Sale, it turns out, developed the idea for Death, Sex, and Money when she was a reporter covering politics, shouting questions at Anthony Weiner, crisscrossing the campaign trail. Sale and I talk about what she learned covering politics, as well as how she’d cover it if she were to do it again today.
The messages progressed to phone, so we’ve been texting a lot, and things have actually gotten quite heated.
He’s flying to Chicago soon (for another matter, not only to meet me) and there’s been some debate about whether we should meet somewhere out or if he just comes to my apartment and we [bleep] before we get to know each other in person.