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I came for the British dry wit and stayed for the British dry wit...Gervais doesn't offer the same entertainment value in sitcoms as he does hosting the Golden Globes, but when you sift through the contrived message of his shows you are likely to find little nuggets of excellence here and there.
Season six leaves no stone unturned while raising the comedic bar and bringing one of the funniest series of all time to a fitting end. The show has been an absolute pleasure to watch and demonstrates to viewers once again that Mike Judge is the undisputed king of workplace comedy writing.
It's easy to forgive the unlikely conclusion given the strong performances and on screen chemistry between the two leads. It's hard to forgive the decision to incorporate so many rapid flashback sequences. Upon forgiving both the show flirts with perfection.
Season three continues to use nostalgia to dilute a promising premise and ultimately suggests that the show began at its zenith as we all enjoy the ride to the bottom.
The three worst episodes of the best show on Netflix.
Strong casting and sharp cinematography elevate this serial killer exposé above the barrage of mediocre crime dramas that plague television.