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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.

Dev meets a variety of women on the app; Lawyers, actors, a WWE aficionado — and a mix of races.

He bonds with Priya (Tia Sircar) over being part of an "Indian clique" in college (I prefer to call mine "Brown Town," but to each his own), with Diana (Condola Rashad) over meeting in the past through acting (Readers of Ansari's always draw from personal experience (Wareheim was in a situation similar to Episode 2 some time ago).

Dating complete strangers is already stressful, but it’s even more nerve-wracking if you’re someone like Dev, who is trying to get over someone.

You can’t date your problems away, it only creates more problems—which is what he faces with the vapid and sometimes emotionally cold women he meets.

Completely different situation," one of Ansari's dates says over some glasses of red wine.

"I mean, compared to my white friends, I get way less activity.

Continuing right where the last season left off, deals with a multitude of different topics that make up for its lengthy hiatus—including race, religion, and an absolutely incredible episode about sexuality.

But the connective tissue between all of the themes of the show is finding love—regardless of the good, the bad, and the ugly.

"The idea was that when you’re doing a lot of online dating, it feels like you’re meeting all these people and its'..same kind of thing, getting to know you really quick." Wareheim told The episode was written by Ansari and Alan Yang in the style that Wareheim visualized it: Dev meets girls on a dating app, always using the same pickup line (Ansari's own).

Then he goes through the motions of an almost scripted date; Wine, dinner, drinks on a Brooklyn rooftop, the cab ride home.

"I think the show for Aziz was to try new stuff, and once you’re pegged as that kind of comedian all you want to do is the dramatic stuff.


 
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