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But it's also like Glover to be this clever-and in his work of the moment, it's possible to see the long roots of tensions he's rapped about, written about, joked about, and been performing for over a decade.
In some scenes... the weight of community ties seems suffocating; in others, it's evident that none of the characters would survive without one another. The distance between those two points is what Atlanta mines, and what resonates most powerfully.
There's a pervading message to Atlanta: What is it like to be in a predominantly black city? From that angle, it's like Glover sees himself as more of a link between the black community and the rest of the world.
It's clear that what the creative minds behind the series have crafted in Robbin' Season is in keeping with what made Atlanta great in the first place, but it also feels like a smart, confident and daring step forward.