“Natalie Palamides: Nate—A One Man Show,” December 31, 2020, Netflix. This comedic/serio filming of a live stage show is an exploration of sexual relations between men and women as presented by NP in drag. That is to say, it’s done by her as her alter-ego, Nate Palamino, a hairy, bare-chested, macho, posturing stereotype who sounds and looks like a young Cheech Marin, and is, nonetheless, attempting to evolve, to become a man “who asks.” To make her case, she solicits audience participation and to say the least they are often uncomfortable with the process. You the viewer may be as well. Armed with a huge flexible dild, and a sense of the absurd, she leads the viewer to no easy answers as to what real consent is when, for example, both parties are drunk and both say yes. What if both are aggressively in pursuit? So it’s a serious balle masque. And it has moments that are very funny. But there are problems with a show that’s both rushed to fit the hour-long format and drawn out so that bits go on too long.