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The Night Of "An Ordinary Death" Review - AVClub

AVClub: There’s a whole lot of reasonable doubt to be found in tonight’s episode, but my goodness do you to have to wade through an ocean of bullshit to find it. The Night Of hasn’t bothered to sermonize about how the entire lives of both defendants and victims are put on trial, because simply showing it happen is more than repulsive enough to make the point. Who gives a shit if Naz sold some Adderall at a hefty markup? Who gives a shift if Andrea bought drugs off that waiter? I realize these shouldn’t exactly be treated as rhetorical questions, given drugs did play some role in their one night together. But neither sets of questions are raised as part of some coherent explanation of what happened.

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