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When both versions of Miles agree to divide and conquer their collective life, the original has a hard time sharing responsibilities.
The episode was rated from 393 votes.
Before the cloning occurs, Kate's past ambitions and frustrations come into focus as her relationship with Miles begins to deteriorate.
The episode was rated from 351 votes.
Reinvigorated and loving life, new Miles takes charge at work while reconnecting with Kate. But when original Miles comes calling, things get messy.
The episode was rated from 426 votes.
Now aware of her husband's other self, an understandably upset Kate lays down a few rules. Meanwhile, new Miles gets some advice from his sister.
The episode was rated from 363 votes.
While original Miles tries to talk his way out of a sticky situation, new Miles gives himself a makeover and contemplates a dark end.
The episode was rated from 363 votes.
Fearing his career and relationship are both going down the tubes, Miles heeds the advice of a newly successful co-worker and visits a mysterious spa.The episode was rated from 515 votes.
Kate spends the night with new Miles, but their encounter is far more awkward than either expects. Later, Dan makes a disturbing discovery.The episode was rated from 344 votes.
After finally visiting the fertility center, original Miles sneaks into the town hall as a bystander to witness the vote on the telecom contracts.The episode was rated from 351 votes.
Last updated: oct 02, 2021
disappointment. trying to finish just because of I don't want to leave another Netflix originals in the middle of season. it's incredibly boring and repetitive. just an example: we are "literally" watching recap of first 4 episodes in Ep. 5's first half. what's the point of this?
Oddly boring. Every main character is rather flat, and there's a whole lot of back tracking in the story. It's like watching the same episode twice, just to add in some mild details to what we've already seen.
This show seems to have a few issues. The first and biggest issue for me was the show could not decide whether it is a comedy or a drama. It veers between the two rapidly at times. You'll see the sarcasm and humor of a situation, only for the mood suddenly shift to a very deep topic about the complexity of a clone's life, feelings, and affection. It's like watching Comedy Central when they show the dog adoption commercials in between, you are having a laugh one moment then feeling terrible the next. I think Rudd can do comedy and drama. I personally enjoy him in comedic roles the most though. He did a great job portraying two versions of his character. The second major issue was that a lot of plot lines were never resolved. Side characters had interactions with the main characters, then simply disappeared [spoiler](Dan and his discovery, the technicians and their daughter (?), the one night stand, etc..) [/spoiler]. New characters were introduced almost for comedic effect, then were quickly given an excuse to never be seen again [spoiler]FDA agents[/spoiler]. The recap at the beginning of each episode I actually thought was a little neat, as it is always from another person's perspective. [spoiler]You see the events through a different set of eyes, which sets up the actions that character takes in the episode. It also explains why in earlier episodes you see them doing certain things. It can at times show you that a character wasn't acting out of malice, but simply got put in a bad position.[/spoiler] I would be happy with a second season, if the show leaned more towards drama or comedy. Trying to walk this middle line I think keeps it from really excelling at either. If this is it, it did provide some emotional thinking points a clone could cause.
Wow the first couple reviews here were really low on this but I loved it. I started watching of course out of spite for Brady but it's actually a really interesting show with great acting and made in a really interesting way. The flashbacks can be repetitive but like any good show, it gives you just a little bit of new info each time around.
This was pretty interesting. I wish that they wrapped it up better but I'm not sure this is something I'd want season after season after season of so it's not the end of the world that it ended abruptly. Worth watching for sure but probably not worth re-watching ever.
This is a waste of time. It's a shame that with such strong lead actor the writers/director had no idea where to take this. With just 20 mins per episode we have lots of filler and recap content and story barely progresses. It also doesn't know what it wants to be, now it's a comedy, later is a drama, then next episode has thriller vibes. Just pick a theme and stick with it. The premise is interesting, they could've delivered a great show.
it's not bad, kinda boring though at times.
The topic had so much promise. Cloning. And yet somehow this turned out boring and very slow. even for a half an hour show. Even for a show with only about 10 episodes. This could have been so outstanding.
The idea was interesting but somehow… mäh… the story was somehow boring and jumped back and forth and emotions were… non existent… enjoyed seeing Aisling Bea on a Netflix production and not only on panel shows.
It is good, don't quit in the middle. yeah I quitted but I continued till the end.
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Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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