Review: Master of None Season 2 Episode 3 “Religion”

This episode exemplifies ‘Master of None’s’ perfect balance between theme, humour and character, proposing the religion is open to interpretation and individual perspective, but there is still a need to respect each other’s decisions. Aziz Ansari and his real life father and mother excel here; a dynamic, consistently hilarious approach to the interplay with families and the differences one may have with each other. Grounding this commentary within a family instead of a wider societal culture provided the show with the relative emotional foundation it needed to surpass other similar discussions. It was able to take a very simple set-up and make it have an incredible impression. 9.4/10

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