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The Daily | 'Master of None” Season 2, Episodes 6-10' Review

The Daily of the University of Washington

In the second half of season two, “Master of None” is equal parts comedic and artistic, with beautiful visuals, an amazing soundtrack, and Ansari’s signature sense of humor. The show’s habit of focusing on socially relevant issues makes it a hallmark of the current generation.

Episode 8, which features vignettes of several Thanksgivings throughout Dev and his friend Denise’s lives, focuses on Denise coming out to her family. Her mother is initially unaccepting of her daughter’s sexual orientation, but as years go by, we see Denise bringing girlfriends home for the holiday, and the evolution of her relationship with her mother.

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