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Summer Without End: The Comedy

“As a small child, something crystallized in her character, making her clear and finished, and as impervious as crystal…She was always grown up; she never really grew up.” 663 more words

Essays And Analysis

Committing to 'Master of None'

When we first meet Dev Shah (Aziz Ansari) in “Masters of None,” he’s the quintessential self-entitled millennial. A 30-year-old bachelor living in the Big Apple, he has the world at his fingertips: Uber, Yelp, Google, Tindr, and dozens of other modern conveniences. 702 more words


Master of None

Just when I think I’ve caught up on Netflix shows, Jessica Jones and Making a Murderer are released. I’ve given up. (I still have so much of… 1,164 more words


Master of None

This is the first TV show I’m reviewing, because I haven’t seen any movies I want to write about recently and I’m feeling depressed and I want to feel productive but I don’t want to work out. 1,084 more words

Aziz Ansari

Tim & Eric: Bats, Bogans And Bob Odenkirk

Originally published on scenestr.com.au Tue 24 Nov 2015

The comedy style and execution of Tim and Eric is sometimes so aptly deadpan that interviewers from Howard Stern to Marc Maron have been left asking themselves: “Are these guys fucking with me?” Simple answer. 613 more words


Master of None

So Aziz Ansari released his exclusive NetFlix show earlier this month, which I finished watching in, like, one night since its first Season consisted only of 10 online-streaming episodes.  200 more words


Aren't we all masters of none?

It’s the new show everyone is talking about. Created by Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, Master of None follows the life of Dev (played by Aziz), a 30-year-old aspiring actor trying to figure out his life and find love in New York City. 728 more words