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.
"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.
"I have a little bit of a headache, and I do have an early-morning meeting with a client, so thank you so much for coming out and meeting me," she says.
"It's been a very interesting evening, but I think I might skedoodle, if that's cool."Unfortunately, men behaving inappropriately within minutes of a first date is a reality many, women face.
"I think if a guy's already willing to make those jokes so quickly and so confidently, it informs his power dynamic a lot," she says.
In episode three, we watch a gay man attempt to find love; the conversations that emerge from that about coming out are heartfelt and fascinating.