"Why would you want to be Bruce Jenner’s son’s best friend? So you can go to parties and meet lots of women. What do you have to do to become his consigliere, his sidekick, his mandate? You have to find as many good-looking women as you can and show up at a party with them. … Luckily for whoever wins there is more than a lifetime of carousing with Mr. Jenner. There is also a bachelor pad in Los Angeles, ‘including the furniture in it,’ he tells the contestants, from West Elm.’” —Gina Bellafante’s review of Bromance and The City, in the New York Times.

"Why would you want to be Bruce Jenner’s son’s best friend? So you can go to parties and meet lots of women. What do you have to do to become his consigliere, his sidekick, his mandate? You have to find as many good-looking women as you can and show up at a party with them.

Luckily for whoever wins there is more than a lifetime of carousing with Mr. Jenner. There is also a bachelor pad in Los Angeles, ‘including the furniture in it,’ he tells the contestants, from West Elm.’”

—Gina Bellafante’s review of Bromance and The City, in the New York Times.