cwilkins88 wrote:It is, he just isn't the rapper. His cousin, paperboy is. Duhhhh
cwilkins88 wrote:So, the first two episodes were aired. It's aimed as a comedy, but that's not really it's intention. It's being compared a lot to Azis Ansari's Master of None.
Basically, they have very huge controversial issues that they discuss. Gun violence, white/black interactions, prison brutality, but they mask it in such a subtle way that it's not overly in your face.
Example: Gambino gets sent to jail for being a bystander in something. While he waits downstairs to be booked, a mentally handicapped black man comes in with a hospital gown (arrested), and basically starts talking to himself, going to the bathroom and drinking toilet water, etc. Some of the poeple go "Oh man! That guy is in here every week." The guards are on a first name basis with this guy, and everyone is having a great time. Gambino sits in the back "He's here every week? Why? This man clearly needs help" The guards tell him to shut up.
After the man plays his antics and drinks toilet water, he playfully spits it at a guard, because he is clearly disabled. The guard immediately hits the alarm, three men tackle him, and they beat the shit out of him with a baton while everyone watches and says nothing.
The show is also very funny though, and I found myself laughing out loud quite a bit more than I thought.
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