Not to be confused with the NBC sitcom Undateable.
- An Aesop: "Disabled people have as much right as anyone else to find love:.
- Asperger's Syndrome: This does appear throughout the series.
- Britain is Only London: Well, London and the South-East / South-West. We have yet to see Northern England appear. (Manchester was featured in Season 2, but it remains mostly set in London)
- British Brevity: 4 episodes per series.
- Dead Horse Trope / Discredited Trope: These are lampshaded.
- Disability As An Excuse For Jerk Assery: Averted.
- Disabled Love Interest: Justified, given the series' context.
- Flog: As mentioned at this website. But, it is not a PR company writing it, but a wannabe TV critic's site!
- Hollywood Autism: The trope is rarely played straight, if at all.
- No Antagonist: There is no villain, only the individual's internal struggles.
- No Fourth Wall
- Pixellation: Car registration-plates and (occasionally) shop names are blurred-out for some reason. We've yet to see faces being pixellated, though, although viewers actually think it should be done.
- Product Placement: Well, service placement, as it promotes the agency based in Richmond, London, that sets up the people on dates.
- Real Life Writes the Plot: Justified, in this case.
- Throwing Off the Disability: Only in a metaphorical sense. Not literally.
- Very Special Episode: Every episode could qualify as this.