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"I had always hoped because I love Tamra and Morgan and I know the fans love Tamra and Morgan," Roquemore says. I was always just very curious about how they worked so I just always wanted to explore more." "Morgan and Tamra have always loved each other," Barinholtz adds."We definitely knew that that was a relationship that we were not done with." Tamra's pregnancy quest will also impact her relationship with Mindy. L is the one who's basically like her doctor throughout this and you get really close with your doctor," Roquemore says.The potential pregnancy will impact more than just Tamra's diet."I think it makes her more relationship-oriented perhaps, she's a little more slowed down. "But it doesn't change some of the stuff about her. She's still got her quips and her comebacks." That change in her romantic life comes as just as someone from her romantic past, Morgan (Ike Barinholtz), re-enters her life in a big way.Love the actor, but Coach Drew was so uninspired by his story line that he couldn’t be bothered to move closer to Mindy or spend time with her kid. It’s too uncomfortable to contemplate, but this list wouldn’t be complete without him. A noble purpose, to be sure, but not much to work with in the way of character. Marcus (Ne-Yo)Played by Ne-Yo, Marcus takes Mindy on a series of amazing New York dates: a Chinese restaurant where cooks kill the chickens live, a performance-art piece where someone cracks an egg on Mindy’s head, a Transylvanian restaurant that serves charred crow.
But it just remains to be seen how much Tamra will actually allow him to be involved.However, she says her own recent pregnancy helped on the set."I remember these new feelings when you're in the early stages of trying to get pregnant or being pregnant, and how mysterious it is and how scary it can be and how much you miss raw fish, if you like that sort of thing," she says."When we started the show, Mindy Lahiri had this very idealized vision of marriage," says Barinholtz, who also serves as a writer, consulting producer and director on the Universal TV half-hour.
"As she's evolved, she's kind of seen that that's not necessarily what it's all about. We kind of thought, going into the last season, we don't want Mindy to be anything short of happy so letting her kind of discover what she wants and realizing it's not necessarily being part of a couple." The slow disintegration of her marriage to Ben also may leave room for other potential love interests in the final episodes of the series.Given Mindy’s attraction to men with whom she clashes, she had to hook up with one of them, right?