Critic Consensus: Led by two of the funniest women on TV, Broad City uses its stars' vibrant chemistry to lend an element of authenticity to the show's chaotic yet enlightening brand of comedy.
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More than the jokes and characters, where Broad City betrays its maturity and confidence is in its total commitment to Abbi and Ilana's own delightfully skewed and insular reality.
The brand of feminism practised by Broad City's protagonists is sometimes troubling if always heartfelt, and the humour of season 2 is increasingly unflinching.
Initial indications are good -- the second season of Broad City may even exceed the first.
Television so rarely allows for the kind of comedic experimentation we're seeing on Broad City.
Seriously, how are less than a million people tuning in for these weed-infused shenanigans each week?
It's one of the most purely funny shows on television -- where many "comedies" are really dramas in half-hour form, and others are likable but rarely laugh-out-loud funny -- and it's only more confident, sharp and its own thing in the new season.
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