Andrew Schulz is probably most recognized as a cast member of the TV series Sneaky Pete and his past work on MTV’s Guy Code. On the latter, he got to demonstrate his knowledge about relationships, something he still does onstage. “Women, you show love through love, we show love through sacrifice,” he explains to an audience. He insists men show love all the time, but their partners don’t know it. “For example, we’re sitting on the couch, cuddling, chilling, and watching movies. You’ve got your leg on top of my leg. I don’t want your leg there. At no point in time during the movie am I thinking, ‘Baby, you know what would make this better? If I had no feeling from the hip down.’” The insecure guy can’t ask her to move her leg, however, because he assumes the situation would go south quickly. “I want to ask you to take your leg off mine,” he says. He worries that she might hear: “Get your fat dinosaur thigh off me, you beast! Are you a centaur, because you look human but your leg feels like a horse’s?” And so, he lets his leg fall asleep in a silent sacrifice for love.