'Close Enough' captures the surreality of Millennial existence in 2020

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'Close Enough' captures the surreality of Millennial existence in 2020

You know how in 2020 you’ll just be living your life, stressed about money and your job and stuff, then all of a sudden you’re trapped in an alternate dimension ’90s sitcom that you thought was just some wholesome escapism you could enjoy for, like, one goddamn second? 

Lol same.

OK, so maybe that’s not your exact experience. But it is close enough, and also the plot of one episode from HBO Max’s new animated comedy show, Close Enough (heh see what I did there?). What it’s really emblematic of, though, is the show’s perfect balance of very relatable everyday problems, which always dovetail into the chaotic, absurdist surreality of existence in the year of our lord 2020. Read more…

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