Then we get to Episode 7, where Paper Boi is interviewed on a panel during a fake TV show called Montague, and makes no apologies for tweeting that he is not attracted to Caitlyn Jenner. It turns into a discussion between Paper Boi and a trans activist who finds out that you can't shame a guy who refuses to engage with your philosophy. This, out of all the episodes, is probably the one that most shook the audience, looking for sensitive types who weren't ready for the direction in which Glover wanted to take the show in the future. Since it's the only one he both wrote and directed alone, we can assume he knew what he wanted, which was to find out how down for the conversational ride everybody might be.
And of course there's the quirky race-baiting stuff -- free-flowing usage of the infamous "n-word," the absence of a white person who isn't somewhat suspect, and questionable race-related wisdom, such as Darius' declaration in the third episode that Genghis Khan is the reason so many Chinese people are short. Is it true? I have no idea, but it sure does sound racist, which is funny, because Darius is black. Can black people be racist, and is that understandable? Maybe!