Alexi is an adult human male with dark brown hair and stubble on his upper lip, chin, and neck and thick black eyebrows.
He is seen wearing a dark blue button-down collared shirt with cuffed sleeves and a front pocket, black jeans, and brown work boots, and a gold watch on his left hand.
Alexi appears to be a laid-back, easy-going friendly guy who tells Diane that the rules of high-school no longer apply and she can hang out with whoever she chooses.
In Love And/Or Marriage, Diane gets a text from Alexi Brosefino, a famous movie star and member of the entourage "The Snatch Batch," and how he wants her to party with him that night so that she can take Instagram pictures.
She agrees to go despite Mr. Peanutbutter wanting to just stay in. She assures him she'll call him if she's out late, and that she's probably not going to have a good time and she's only doing it for work.
Diane shows up at Alexi's house, although he seems confused about her appearance. He eventually realizes who she is and invites her in.
He introduces to the Snatch Batch—Carlos, David, and "Shitshow," although they claim only the news calls them "The Snatch Batch," despite the fact they actually do sleep with a lot of women.
At Alexi's house, Diane is convinced by Alexi and the Snatch Batch to take a drug called "Gush."
Alexi's friends bring up how Alexi texted a "cool, sexy" girl named Diane and told her to come to the party. Diane says that wouldn't it have been funny if he'd accidentally texted her when he meant someone else but realizes that's exactly what happened.
Just then, the "Gush" starts to kick in, and she starts to leave. Alexi catches up to her outside her house.
Diane, as the imagery around her, starts to get distorted, says she gets it—they're the cool kids and she's the nerd, and she doesn't belong at parties. Alexi says those labels don't exist in the real world, this isn't high school anymore, and they're just adults hanging out.
He assures Diane she belongs wherever she wants to, even he sometimes feels like an outsider. Diane, still tripping, says she wants to go home to her husband.
- The Snatch Batch is a parody of the crew Leonardo DiCaprio rolled with, in the ‘90s.