It's no secret that Che Diaz is the most polarizing character to come out of the new Sex and the City offshoot, And Just Like That....(as in, on one side is Miranda, and on the other is everyone else). For the most part, the general critique of Che is about their self-righteous “wokeness” that just feels so blatantly over the top. They’re almost so on the nose, they seem like a farcical wokebot designed in Tucker Carlson’s lab to troll the left. There's also Che's comedy, which we've been forced to sit through at length, that exists without a single punchline. Instead, Che’s set plays more like a cult-favorite gender studies professor who’s been sexually harassing the entire class under the guise of woke queerness. Where is the joke in yelling “Who wants to have sex with me?!” Not to mention, Che’s presence also brought the proliferation of the term “comedy concert,” which any real comedian will tell you is not a thing. So yeah, it's already been an uphill battle to root for Che and Miranda. But in episode 9 of the series, entitled “No Strings Attached,” I found Che's behavior not just annoying but glaringly toxic, because Che is totally gaslighting Miranda, right?