When it comes to dating and relationships, family can be a help or a hindrance. One Season 4, Episode 14, Garcia and SunAh talk about family and dating – if and when you should meet the parents, what happens if a family member doesn’t like who you’re dating, and who comes first when you get married? Who else can relate to awkward family situations with their boyfriend or girlfriend? Garcia shares some particularly trying times when it comes to family and dating. The two also talk about some potential scenarios that pit family and your mate at odds, whose side are you on?
Don’t do it! Reconsider! In Season 2, Episode 10 of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh ask: what’s up with getting married? It seems like the consensus is to stay single as long as possible. Since neither of them have been married, they wonder out loud about some of the drawbacks from saying “I do.” The two also discuss unspoken expectations in marriage including gender roles, and they revisit some of their spicier conversations like kids, weddings, and money. You may think they have some of these things figured out, but tune in to find out who’s changed their mind and about what.
On this episode of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh talk about their experiences with interracial dating. Both have had multiple experiences dating outside of their race – but for one of duo, this was the first time that they brought their partner home to meet their parents and for good reason. Find out why. The two share some of the challenges and stereotypes in dating cross-racially as well as comments they’ve heard from friends and family. SunAh divulges some shocking news around her perspective on dating outside of her race. The episode ends with a piece of advice for people in interracial relationships.
Garcia and SunAh share some of the relationships they saw growing up and key relationships they had when they were younger that affected how they approached relationships as adults. Garcia explains why he avoided commitment, and SunAh unsuccessfully attempts to dodge a question about her past. The episode ends with a conversation about proposals.