You have to make it past episode one, though, which features your standard 27-year-old bro having dinner and drinks with five different women.
It's cringe-y and awkward—which may be the point—but things really pick up in episode two.
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He's a no-fuss, long-retired lawyer who's just looking for companionship, and the women he meets are all queens.
But we really need to talk about what happens in episode five.
"Some men have been known to become defensive, confrontational, or violent when confronted.
There's no way of telling what side of the line he could fall on.
"For every guy that realizes he's being a jerk and apologizes right away, there's a newsstory about a girl getting attacked on the subway for ignoring a cat caller.
That's when we meet an Indian woman who shuts down her ignorant white male date.
It's a tense, necessary exchange that will hit home for anyone who's experienced culture clash.
"I have stories for days," Amanda, a 25-year-old public relations manager, tells me before diving into a particularly horrifying account.
"One time, I met up for my very first date with a guy at a restaurant.
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During the first few seconds, we shared an awkward hug, and I said, ' It's nice to meet you.' He said, ' Glad you made it,' then pushed his hips against mine and said, ' This little guy is glad you made it too.' He was talking about his penis."Gabby, a 25-year-old operations coordinator, had a similar experience.