Difficult People (2015– )

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Life is really tough for Julie and Billy, two 30-something aspiring comics living and working in New York City. While their friends and acquaintances move on to find success and love, they ... See full summary »

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9 September 2015 | benpassikoff
10
| One of my favorite new comedies.
Like Rick and Morty, I knew I liked this show immediately. Some people have difficulty understanding what satire and hyperbole is, and have come here to leave bad reviews. If you like shows like The Thick of It, Venture Bros., Kroll Show, Comedy Bang Bang, etc. then this show should pique your interest. Any great show is a little ridiculous and exaggerates it's jokes for the overall humor. There's no accounting for taste, but I think that there is accounting for good humor. Over-the- top bombast doesn't make this show gross or bad, as some might have you believe. It makes this show exceptional in the landscape of modern sitcoms.

I love Billy Eichner for his work on Billy on the Street, and he's only more streamlined on this. Julie Klausner is awesome, as well. I hope her show gets another season.

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