Angela’s dream involves raising children with a husband – this is a journey she is “rehearsing”, as the title of the series indicates – so Angela takes a few dates to See if there’s a dating app that works for her. This is where Robbin comes in. The two met on an app and then met in person, and connected through their strong Christian beliefs, with Angela telling Fielder she wanted him to join her simulation. When it came time for her to ask if he wanted to spend the night, he agreed, although he said he needed to get some things from his apartment. Fielder tagged along with him, giving the audience a glimpse of real Robbin, and it was breathtaking.
He’s not single. He looks at his phone in his lap while driving. He has three mattresses in his room. His car doesn’t have a license plate, because he thinks the number plate is arbitrary. What’s even more amazing, however, is that he has an obsession with so-called angel numbers (numbers where the digits repeat, such as 88 for “new beginnings”) and talks about how he survived crashing his Scion tC at 100 mph. Oh, and he also thinks his roommate, who told him to relax with the angel number talk and advised Robbin to buy his own mayonnaise, was possessed by the devil.
Tried to look surprised when I revealed this, but in the end Robbin didn’t make it all night at Angela’s place. After about three instances of Angela’s cyborg baby waking him up (not to mention her telling him she wouldn’t have sex until she was married), Robbin decided to make up.
https://www.slashfilm.com/941975/nathan-fielders-the-rehearsal-introduced-the-best-television-character-of-the-year/ Nathan Fielder’s rehearsal to introduce the best TV character of the year