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Lady Dynamite "Pilot" Review - AVClub

AVClub:“We’ve got to show three different time periods in this show. Not just when my career was blowing up, but also after I blew up, when I broke down,” Maria Bamford tells Patton Oswalt during a break from the show they’re filming, but not a break from the show we’re watching. Lady Dynamite is challenging to describe, and at first it’s a little challenging to watch, with its breakneck changes of pace, scene, and genre and its fantasy excursions into Maria’s sometimes skewed reality. But just one episode in, it’s already deeply rewarding.

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