7. "I binged the first season a few months ago, dug it." In response to Reply # 0
I should get up on the second. I'll admit I sometimes struggle with live action comedies that play as broadly as this one does but overall I like Azaria and the baseball-man stuff he says so I can mostly get past it. Also, as a barman and whiskey fan, I get a huge kick out of how prominent Sazerac Rye is in the smalltown Pennsylvania setting. I partly wonder if that influenced the move to New Orleans at all (Sazerac Company is based in New Orleans, though the whiskey is distilled in Kentucky).
8. "This show has a Wire-like ability to change with each season" In response to Reply # 0
I was initially caught off-guard by the shift in locale and direction in S2 but now I kind of marvel at where this show is at heading into the final episodes of season 4.
I never would have imagined this show now being set in a Verhoevenean near future.
What a ride this has been. It's never matched the hilarity of its first season but the show has been uniformly excellent throughout even as it has become one of the more accurate and pointed satires of our day.
"Regardless if you listen to me, in the end we'll see." -Cee-Lo
"You’ve had 4 years of Trump University and are still failing the final exam smh" -Bree Newsome Bass