Culture delivered to your inbox The show's brilliance is found in these small fragments of life, where the most relatable pitfalls and hilarities of the millennial love experience are so spot-on, they're uncanny.
Even more, each episode provides a fresh perspective on the same experiences most singles face at one point or another.
The myth the Black women are against interracial dating gets fired off from several different directions.franchise by becoming the first Black Bachelorette, we knew Rachel Lindsay was open to interracial dating.After all, she was one of women vying for Nick Viall’s heart last season. The politics of interracial dating in this country are complicated, as evidenced by the fact this is the most diverse season of , ever.Related: Elisabeth Moss, 'The Handmaid's Tale' and the power of celebrities in scientology Ansari goes on a round of first dates in the second season's fourth episode (properly titled "First Date"), offering a glimpse into what it’s like being single in New York City in 2017 while on dating apps as a South Asian man amid a variety of ethnically diverse women.The conversations are candid, hysterical, sometimes awkward and always accurate in their representations of today's culture and racial relations. Completely different situation," one of Ansari's dates says over some glasses of red wine.