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When Francesca returns to New York for a month, Dev plays tour guide and finds himself caught in a whirlwind of confusing emotions.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Master of None from 871 votes.
Over a series of Thanksgivings from the '90s to the present, Denise settles into her sexuality and faces the challenge of coming out to her family.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Master of None from 878 votes.
Just as Dev's personal life reaches a tipping point, disturbing revelations throw his professional life into turmoil, too.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Master of None from 831 votes.
Dev and Rachel discover that living together isn't always going to be a series of happy mornings free from conflict and dirty clothes on the floor.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Master of None from 965 votes.
Sucked into a popular dating app, Dev winds up on a string of awkward, fun and disorienting dates with very different women.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Master of None from 887 votes.
As Dev and friends head to a theater to see the hit movie "Death Castle," the lives of several ordinary New Yorkers intersect in subtle ways.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Master of None from 881 votes.
After attending a wedding and a movie premiere, Dev and Rachel have to face up to all kinds of issues between them.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Master of None from 936 votes.
After welcoming the Jabbawockeez to his show, Dev struggles to find the right date to take to a dinner party thrown by his celebrity chef boss.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Master of None from 864 votes.
An unexpected death inspires Dev and Rachel to visit Rachel's grandmother, while Arnold contends with a strange inheritance.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Master of None from 960 votes.
For his first official date with Rachel, Dev decides to go big and take her to Nashville for the weekend.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Master of None from 1002 votes.
Rachel and Denise school Dev and Arnold about the difficulties of being a woman in a world of creepy dudes. Dev is inspired to embrace feminism.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Master of None from 984 votes.
While studying pasta making in Italy, Dev makes a serendipitous connection on his birthday, only to have his plans upended by a thief.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Master of None from 1016 votes.
Arnold stops by on his way to a wedding to explore Modena with his Little Bud. But he hasn't told Dev the whole truth about his trip.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Master of None from 871 votes.
Dev's plan to score a date with a pretty waitress by inviting her to a concert doesn't have quite the result he wanted.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Master of None from 1123 votes.
Dev has the chance to hook up with a woman he meets at a party, but the opportunity comes with a few complications.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Master of None from 1030 votes.
Dev has a series of eye-opening experiences after he encounters some casual racism in TV auditions.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Master of None from 1068 votes.
Back in New York, a visit from observant Muslim relatives puts Dev in a tricky position. He introduces his cousin to a forbidden pleasure: pork.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Master of None from 884 votes.
A sweet job offer forces Dev to take stock of his priorities. Brian helps his dad with a romantic dilemma. A cupcake competition judge gets cold feet.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Master of None from 779 votes.
First-generationers Dev and Brian try to show their appreciation for their immigrant parents at a joint family dinner.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Master of None from 1281 votes.
Dev hooks up with a girl named Rachel, though their night ends awkwardly after his condom breaks during sex. Later on, Dev and his friend Arnold attend the birthday party of their friend's one-year-old son. He runs into another friend and her kids there and babysits them for a while. Already 30, he begins to wonder if he might want kids someday. In the end, he decides that for now he enjoys being childless.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Master of None from 1603 votes.
Last updated: mar 30, 2021
This is a show that plays in the vein of "finally getting minority voices on television." There's chuckle moments and the cast has chemistry, but the perspective isn't necessarily "new." It's like long-form observational comedy more than anything else. If you're a fan of Aziz you'll get what you expect, but it's not particularly gripping, so to speak. A mash-up of millennial sensibilities and awkward situations, but even trying to recall "moments" from the show, I sort of draw a blank. That usually tells me all I need to know about a show. You won't knock it for trying, but you're not going to call home about it. Edit: The 2nd season turns up the charm and makes for more memorable moments.
It's OK. Lots of daydream-sequences when characters are having 'thoughts' -- after the first few I started to zone out when they started, and eventually zoned out on a lot of the rest. A number of roles seem to have been filled by non-actors who deliver lines without conviction resulting in something that's not quirky, well-acted, or hugely funny. Even though I never really was fully engaged, the series has been well reviewed, so there are obviously viewers who enjoy it, I'm just not among them...
The season 1 open ending gives you an happy feeling, recommend it to anyone who likes: louie ck, girls, entourage, archer etc. It's well written and netflix worthy. Hoping for a 2nd season, but if that wouldnt happen it wouldnt feel as a canceled series that didnt conclude.
Season 2 is so much better than the first that was great too. Fucking awesome
Has plenty of genuinely funny moments until the last 3rd of the series, but you get some almost preachy episodes as well, and it turns into a full blown relationship/romance show in the last few episodes. For the time investment it's worth it, but I was hoping for more being an Aziz fan + the incredible scores on Metacritic and rotten tomatoes. I feel the critic reviews for both this and transparent are a bit inflated due to the huge PC movement.
This show is really good! The point of this show is not really the comedy, this basically follows Dev's life and episode by episode they toutches in very important topics with comedy and irony that makes it fells smooth. It's genius!
Some critics are rating this the best show on Netflix. Really? Ive always gone by the adage that you get one chance to make a good first impression and 20 minutes into episode one that impression was bad. This over hyped over acted show under delivers - the whiny voiced lead is annoying, his "eclectic" bunch of friends instantly unlikable and its just not even funny. Maybe it "needs time" but there are thousands of great shows on TV and I wont be wasting any more of what time i have left on earth watching this drivel.
Anyone know if they’re making a 3rd Season?
Thoroughly enjoyed Season 2 of Master of None… and I think that Aziz Ansari has really stepped up his game. I very much enjoyed the "Boom Bap" era'd musical score from the first season and could not fault second offering either. To up the ante, there's a plethora renown featured actors, but also fresh up-and-coming talent such as Clare-Hope Ashitey and the gorgeous Alessandra Mastronardi (a perfect scene stealer). Overall, I found the season to be a very ambitious production that opens with a perfectly scripted Film Noir-esque throwback - 8/10.
Pretty cool show. It is refreshing, nothing mind blowing but worth your time
While we celebrated the Pride month just now, why not talk about some awesome TV shows focused on LGBT characters. What if you want to learn about the people at large but you realize that there is no diversity in your close social circles. That’s when a good TV series can enlighten you with the ideas and realities. It can also save you from awkward moments in the real life by providing the right insights.
Like I mentioned before, during these times, you have to be able to relax and is there a better way than sitting back and binging on a really good series? I don’t think so! We’ve already covered some series that are available on Netflix, but what about other services? Well, now we’re going to see what Hulu has to offer.
I remember watching a lot of “Pokémon”, “Digimon”, “Dragon Ball Z” etc. when I was growing up. Little did I know back then, I wasn’t watching cartoons but animes. Even now that I’m all grown up, I still enjoy watching them. There are many more genres to choose from and it’s always so full of action. The music in it is so great, you’ll definitely find yourself listening to songs long after you’ve finished watching.
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