The build-up was a little messy, but I like where it goes. Sure, Walky and Jason make good foils, but Walky never threatens any of
Jason’s beliefs, he merely reinforces them. Joe, meanwhile, kind of upends Jason’s security in his feelings of what masculinity should
be. And so you end up with this glorious moment where Jason actually tries to be different.

The problem is Joe’s feelings on masculinity aren’t terribly great either, oh well.