"The producers said, 'Don't sit here waiting for the man of your dreams, because at the end of the day, it's just a game show.'"
Though forgotten to many, Bela Lugosi's Dracula had a follow-up, a sequel of sorts, that was not only quite romantic, but romantically progressive in that it used vampirism as a conceit to explore homosexuality in the 30s.
Because, honestly, Valentine's Day sucks when you're single and you should talk to someone about it—even if virtually.
"I absolutely think you can find 'the love of your life,'" says 71-year-old Honey. "But yes, love is just as scary when you're old as it is when you're young."
Web services let inmates send e-cards, but most still prefer the real thing—even if they have to hit up a buddy on the outside to hook it up.
A few films about love that don't completely suck
Spare a goddamn thought for the waiters and waitresses getting nauseous from a thousand puppy eyes and footsie games under the tables of the restaurants they work in on V-Day.
Then we venture to an abandoned trolley terminal to get a glimpse of New York City's first underground garden and i-D talks to Erykah Badu about her upcoming fashion show.
Here's the stuff couples from Canada to Serbia are stocking up on before the most romantic day of the year.
Save your cards and flowers, loser! Just drop the L-bomb while you're squelchin'!