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As you watch these horrible, but weirdly relatable people get ripped from the cocoons of their own smug self-satisfaction to suffer through the hells created by that self-satisfaction, everything about it just feels indelibly right, and just, and true.
The key piece of Tolstoy-penned evidence from a year ago is still guiding the series: "The pleasure lies not in discovering the truth, but in searching for it." And this search is quite a pleasure.
The show is at its best when it elevates mundane problems and mistakes into hugely dramatic moments, making the most of its cultural satire that mirrors our own worst self-interested impulses.
Search Party has already presented a more evolved, more vicious, and even more suspenseful version of itself, one where Dory's missteps have real consequences as well as whip-smart joke potential.
There's something casual in the way it is both riveting and fun. It's a small show that deserves a bigger platform. So be a millennial about it: Get on social media and talk about it obnoxiously.
Alia Shawkat handles drama beautifully and with real Hitchcockian style (she's an absolute vision in the finale), but many of her worst, most heart-wrenching moments are also - and how they pulled this off is the show's greatest mystery - hilarious.
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