“There is a grotesque gender imbalance in the VC field right now. I can help you navigate the toxicity of this male culture, which is encroaching on our feminist island. I mean, for instance, there’s something called ‘mansplaining’, have you heard about this? ‘Mansplaining’ is when a man…”
This scene, one of the many hilarious and brilliant that pack each episode of HBO’s Silicon Valley, features the supremely confident and arrogant Erlich Bachman (T.J. Miller), explaining “mansplaining” to Laurie Bream (Suzanne Cryer) and Monica (Amanda Crew), as both women stare at him in total disbelief. It’s just too perfect.