The Good Place
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[Lindsay] tries to be loyal but is given proof that she behaves like a prostitute... In the end, her changability is the constant, her willingness to slap on any superficial label to soothe her ego is her core.
Netflix has given Mitchell Hurwitz and company the creative freedom to really do something original and out of the box. And so far it seems to be a bold move that's working out brilliantly in its execution.
There was a certain meandering quality to the episode as Lindsay went from one situation to the next... Thankfully though, "Red Hairing" did have some solid laughs.
Lindsay is the character that the show really couldn't figure out after it returned to TV - this is the second flat Lindsay episode of season four...
The show is finding its rhythm now that there isn't quite so much exposition and the characters are coming more and more together.
A lot of the episode is tied up in the overall plot of the fourth season. It's not quite weigh-station TV like "Double Crossers," but it shares elements of that episode.
Arrested has always leaned on miscommunications for joke setups, but I can't be brought to care about this half-baked immigration plot. Gimme the jokes. Gimme the Bluths. The wall and the machinations? Eh. I'm not really sold at this point.