In Sunday's episode of Looking, Jonathan Groff's character continues his search for love in San Francisco.

Patrick (played by Groff) calls in sick to take in the city's sights with Richie (Raul Castillo), the barber-doorman he met on public transit in the show's first episode.

In a clip from tonight's episode, the pair bond as they learn more about each other.

“Look at what we're finding out about each other,” Patrick says. “Neither of us has AIDS. You don't like your teeth. You have bad taste in movies.”

“No, I don't,” Richie playfully protests.

“You do,” Patrick jokes. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Looking, which premiered on HBO in January, centers around three friends – played by Murray Bartlett (Guiding Light), Frankie J. Alvarez (Smash) and Groff (Glee, Boss) – who are grappling with life in San Francisco, America's most gay-friendly city.