It makes me sad to think that after watching this racist, ableist comedy vacuum that some viewers may have given up on The Characters all together and missed out on some of the much better later episodes. Shame on you for thinking that "ironic" brown-face is acceptable. Each of his characters is so overwrought and clichéd that I have to wonder why Netflix picked him to have a place in this show altogether. Compare him to Kate Berlant's hilariously specific art-world parodies or Natasha Rothwell's wholly original spoiler-weaponizing homeless man and it is shocking to consider that someone believed that this material constituted an equal.
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