With an unlimited number of other people on offer via the internet, there’s little incentive to work it out if things get tough.
And with the cloak of anonymity the net provides, it’s never been easier to be unfaithful.‘The internet has opened up this sense of “Where do I stop? ‘In previous generations, people met a partner and accepted they wouldn’t be perfect in every aspect, but internet dating is like a chocolate box that never stops giving.
You never know what psychos are hiding on those sites.
Millennials who use dating apps have tripled since 2013.
”) and a clear-eyed maturity when she realizes a much-anticipated rendezvous with long-range cyber pal Birdbrain/Brian (Trip Hope) just isn’t going to work (“Here He Comes,” “Date in San Francisco”).
The real zest in this production is provided by Jenny’s two sexy, hip-to-the-hilt office pals Jessica (Ali Pomerantz) and Andrea (Sandy Shimoda).
It is a welcome contrast when Jenny’s mom (Suzan Solomon) is given a full production number (“Google You”) to get the lowdown on Jenny’s latest romantic sojourn with double-dealing Edwardo (Anthony Mannix subbing for David Eldon).
Mannix is also allowed room to roam as he reveals Edwardo’s double-dealing intentions (“Bi-Coastal Bi-Sexual”).