I appreciate White Josh's perspective, as well. Yeah, Rebecca is the lead and sitcommy will-they-or-won't-they romances are a common trope for lead characters but I wonder if the writers are toeing the the machismo line a bit with her love interests. It's been my personal, though not entirely unfounded, observation that a fair number of guys find "neediness" attractive. The less independent (or clingy, fawning, etc.) the woman, the more attractive she becomes to insecure men. The show hasn't yet anvil-ed us with this relationship dynamic, but IMO at least, it's present.