Man, we need Master of None Season 2 right now.
The first season of Aziz Ansari's Netflix series was an escapist tour of New York City's culture-filled social scene that wined and dined audiences like an inviting, haven't-seen-you-in-years friend. The adventures of Dev, Ansari's alter ego, whisked us away to dimly lit bistros, neon clubs, and laid-back Sunday mornings filled with French press coffee and love interest small talk. It was a dream stitched together with strands of reality; between brunch and happy hour, Dev was still a working actor trying not to fuck up his life. Ansari made the rush of life a hysterical blast.
After more than a year-long hiatus, Master of None finally returns for a second season. So does the photogenic scenery. And the casual food porn. And the romantic entanglements. And Ansari's fly dance motions. And the killer soundtrack backing those fly dance motions.