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On the plus side, there are men out there like 37-year-old Marcus: a tall, handsome and sincere fellow, looking for true love.On the other, there's 27-year-old Alex, best described by one of the women he goes out on a date with in the inaugural episode as "a wanker." Each week, the series features two men who supposedly represent various online dating styles, such as "the romantic" or "the hook-up hunter." In the lead-up to the series, Bravo has even launched a faux-anthropologic video series to define each of these kinds of daters, who on the show will run the gamut of age, race and sexual orientation.

The thing that I like about typical Japanese dating custom is that “kokuhaku” (confession) makes the start of relationships more simplified.This was a little strange to me because I wasn’t sure what to do if I was really into someone.Another thing that I noticed was that American men tend to pay for dates but Japanese men usually don’t.STORY: The Complete Guide to TV Pilots 2014 When it comes to the first episode's two main men though, it appears that the pool of people willing to be on reality TV has reached a finite point, because these "regular guys" have been featured on reality series before. On it, he asked viewers if they wanted him to become "the most evil villain in the history of reality TV." He didn't need prompting.Constantly referring to himself on that show as "Primetime Alex Stein 99," the wannabe stud he fronts on is the most toxic kind of bachelor.Though it's ultimately grounded by its willingness to play up shenanigans like Alex's glib disrespectfulness, it also reveals some deeply broken things about Alex that it doesn't explore, but would be much more interesting if it did.

A few worthwhile moments are revealed in Marcus' story, too, but seems more interested in showcasing the "weird women" than digging deeper with the men. Is it browsing for a hookup, or for a deeper connection?

Something fellow GP writer, Grace Buchele Mineta mentioned in her podcast interview.

In Japan, women can confess their love so it’s not strange if we ask a man out but in America, it seems that women tend to wait for men to ask them out.

Though married before, he claims to believe fervently in finding true love, and actually interacts with online dating in a fairly sensible way.

He has a list of reasonable red flags, and labors over the depth of his messages to potential dates.

He's lewd, shallow, and sexually aggressive, and is also clearly playing to the cameras because he knows the game.