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Critic reviews for Broken as F**k
This show wouldn't be as amazing if it didn't honestly portray people that have difficulties being honest with themselves -- and others.
Part of what's so special about Insecure is its depiction of middle class, upwardly mobile black millennials as normal and unremarkable.
Thank you for giving the world a brilliant, well-written, cackle-until-you-almost pee-funny TV show.
One of Insecure's savviest accomplishments in this first season is not only to illustrate how a man wants to be desired just as much as a woman, but to insist that this need doesn't make him any less of a man.
The show clearly knows its strengths and weaknesses and has masterfully blended these elements in only eight smart, emotional, and hilarious episodes.
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