This is a completely necessary line that really contributes to the value of this piece.
Zachary Morgason
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The writer wanted to make the point that a rom-com from a realistic male perspective feels like new ground for the genre. Imagining rolling eyes and glib statements like “yeah, entertainment just doesn’t cater to the hetero normative males enough”, the writer acknowledges (parenthetically, by the way, which I ironically point out parenthetically) this to make his point not seem naive or absurd. He is validating the hetero-male perspective in the show not attacking it. It’s nothing to trigger over.

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