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Rowland Egerton Warburton and his wife Emma, née Croxton.
Instead, it’s Jenny (Hannah Dunne), a spritely 26-year-old girl who likes older guys, but not older guys who like younger girls, which is the reason why she lied on her online dating profile.
Though the date gets off to a rocky start with Pete acting defensively about his age and his looks, they eventually bond over their positive qualities and work through their differences involving gender.
In fact, Horace And Pete is fairly gentle even at its most caustic, empathizing with everyone on either side of the divide, taking to heart that famous quote from Jean Renoir’s The Rules Of The Game: “The awful thing about life is this: Everybody has their reasons.”That is until “Episode 6,” which plays like a slow-motion car crash.
It opens on Pete getting ready for a date—combing his hair, putting on cologne, flexing in the mirror, playacting being cool—only to later discover at dinner that the girl he met online isn’t the age-appropriate woman he was expecting.