Lose it dating
The season’s “viral moment” comes when Gurki, a 36-year-old Indian American woman, sits down with Justin, a 34-year-old white fashy-wearer who rudely denounces her for having previously married someone she had doubts about.
Some cock their heads and stammer for comprehension, Captain Picard-and-the-Tamarians style.In each episode, the co-creators Paul Franklin and Chris Culvenor simply point cameras at one New Yorker on a series of blind dates. The “main character” lives through what looks like the same date—same pseudo-chic restaurant, wearing the same smart outfit—with each suitor, whom the show cuts together in a seamless, albeit head-spinning, collage.A boilerplate question () might trigger a montage of answers from the different daters.Some even—stay with me—seem to simply start enjoying themselves in the moment. What propels these people to the meet-up, and viewers to the next episode, feels like the same thing that defines any good Netflix binge, or Tinder swipe-athon, or Candy Crush spiral.It’s a game, but one you’re only dimly aware can ever end.