Warning to straight women: If an attractive dude you’ve just met mentions that he’s “got this Yale alumni thing [he has] to go to,” run in the opposite direction. Name-dropping a renowned Ivy-League university = a sure sign of insecurity and a possibly sociopathic personality. That goes double if he says he works in hedge funds. Obviously.

If you’ve known the guy for a week or two and then he mentions Yale and hedge funds, okay. But not in the first five minutes.

This is why I’ve no interest in Iliza Schlesinger and Kimmy Gatewood‘s Good On Paper (Netflix, 6.23). Because who wants to hang with a protagonist who’s too dumb to spot an obvious red flag?