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What a great episode the last one was. D'Arcy Carden playing everyone, Stephan Merchant as the head accountant, and we finally got to see the real Good Place (hopefully). I hate that NBC holds to traditions with the month long breaks. I mean, it's 2018 and Netflix drops an entire season the same day. Waiting is a curse and existence is a prison.
I honestly haven't watched a ton of different shows. This is my top five that isn't in order, except for number one:
Top Five Dramas:
-The Handmaids Tale
-Better Call Saul
-Barry (I think this is supposed to be a comedy, but I think of it as drama)
Notable omissions: The Expanse (Still on season two, but enjoying and might put on list if I watch before the end of year), Westworld (Thought it sucked), Wild Wild Country (It was great and definitely should go somewhere), Sorry for your Loss (It looks up my ally, but haven't seen it yet)
Top Five Comedies:
-It's Always Sunny
-The Good Place
-Crashing Last Week Tonight (Not sure how I forgot this one)
Notable omissions: Bojack Horseman (I just can't get past season one), Big Mouth (can't get past episode 1), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Probably would go on the list, but haven't seen new season)
Murderbear said:Wowee. I just finished season 1 last night and I loved it! Super regretting not watching this when it aired but damn glad I am now. I am so excited to see where it goes. It's a shame I started this right before Red Dead 2 came out but we'll see...
Also, I was glad to now know the context of the jokes that were going around after the penultimate episode of Better Call Saul about that clerk they tricked had to have had rocks in her head. Jesus what a brutal scene. Definitely the hardest part of this season to watch.
Also, the closest thing to a consensus on this board is that season 2 is the best season. I hope you watch it soon because it's worth it.