Atlanta: Season 1 Episode 10 - TV Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

Atlanta: Season 1 Episode 10 Reviews

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Nicole Homer
Black Nerd Problems
June 5, 2018

When Earn falls asleep satisfied, I'm nodding my head because he deserves it. The writers caught me with the unflinching aspect of the story.

Michael Snydel
Paste Magazine
March 9, 2018

Atlanta is a show that's invested in visual symmetry and callbacks, and it's no doubt intentional that "The Jacket" feels so much like a bookend to the pilot. But it also feels retroactively significant, a key to understanding the show.

Eric Goldman
IGN Movies
March 9, 2018

... it all added to a well-done look at Earn's life (and financial situation) from a very offbeat, very Atlanta viewpoint.

Full Review | Original Score: 8.5/10
Sonia Saraiya
Top Critic
March 9, 2018

It's hard to overstate how good "Atlanta" is. (Indeed, it's also hard to merely state how good it is - it's such a subtle and complete show that saying more feels inept and superfluous, like tacking on post-its to a framed painting.)

Alan Sepinwall
March 9, 2018

On the one hand, "The Jacket" feels oddly muted as finale to such an exceptional debut season. On the other, "The Jacket" feels like the perfect way to close out Atlanta season 1.

Michael Arceneaux
New York Magazine/Vulture
Top Critic
March 9, 2018

Atlanta never aimed for grandiose statements about what it means to be black. It didn't create black characters who fixate on how nonblack people view them. This season was a deeply thought reflection of a particular experience.

Full Review | Original Score: 4/5
Kevin Yeoman
Screen Rant
March 9, 2018

The series does in 'The Jacket' what it's done all season long: find something meaningful in the smallest of details and blow them up so that everyone can see.

Kimberly Roots
TV Line
March 9, 2018

If there's a more fitting way for the FX comedy to end its excellent freshman outing, I can't think of it.

Joshua Alston
AV Club
Top Critic
March 9, 2018

After a season of couch surfing, Earn is finally ready to stand on his own two feet.

Full Review | Original Score: A-
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