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You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA’s Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.Ahead of the show's fourth season premiere, we caught up with Woods to talk about the comedy of trauma, erotic fan-art, and how Jared inverts the rules of modern dating. He's constitutionally loyal, but that gets challenged.I think the show's central tension is whether these guys can succeed while keeping their souls, and I think that's partly why it has appeal outside of the tech industry.I think it makes him more interesting, that he has a healthy and enjoyable sex life.It's also nice because in TV and movies, a lot of times the guys who are romantically successful are just brash assholes, and I suppose maybe that's true in real life too. He's not one of these guys who's got Gloria Steinem as the background on his phone so he can get laid.HB: But Jared is the only one of the group who actually does have some game, right? Not just because of vanity, although that plays no small part in it—the idea that I would be sexually eligible is very exciting to me.
But it hopefully redeems the character from just being a castrated cliché eunuch guy.
He's also a mass of tragicomic contradictions: he's endlessly polite and considerate, but makes regular casual references to a litany of horrors from his past, and occasionally screams ominous German phrases in his sleep.
And in what is indisputably HBO's most sexless show, this guy fucks. ZW: It's an interesting season, because there is a little bit of a crisis of morality with Richard, and Jared is left to straddle the two sides of Richard's nature, at risk of sounding needlessly obscure.
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, in one of many offhand remarks that's simultaneously very funny and very worrying.
Even for people who don't give a shit about tech, it's a relatable struggle: to what extent do you do the pragmatic, expedient thing, and to what extent do you hold onto your first principles?