Friday October 30, 2020

On The Small Screen

20th August, 2017
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Comedians Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang are the men behind one of Netflix’s more reflective and thought provoking series in a while. Though dealing with the everyday banality of life in many respects, it addresses love, modern etiquette, social media, race and religion in the modern world among many other topical issues with various comedic style. This is a very well-written show, based largely on Ansari’s experiences growing up in New York City....

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