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I May Destroy You
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It's good to see Earn smile for once, as opposed to looking like the physical manifestation of Bonnie Raitt's "I Can't Make You Love Me." Can it please last, Atlanta?
Like much of what Atlanta explores, in its deceptively topical way, the Bieber subplot is much heavier than it seems.
I did like the separate adventures we got this week. I'm enjoying the way the dynamic shifts as we see the characters in different constellations.
Nobody Beats the Biebs is a decent installment that nonetheless falls back on some short-sighted conclusions.
This is another of Atlanta's surreal comic touches, but one in service of a very sharp satiric point. Imagine if the real Bieber behaved the way he always does, and got into the trouble he usually does, only he looked like the actor playing him here.
Luckily, as with everything Atlanta, Glover and company keep the message subdued and sandwiched between some surreal laugh lines.