Clone High

Fifteen years later, this holds up really well, in spite of the odd dated pop culture reference and the Jack Black episode you can comfortably skip. Maybe the sharpest parody ever made.

Brooklyn 99 - Season 5

Commedians in Cars Getting Coffee - Season 2

You can safely skip all these, even if you are a fan of the people being interviewed. The ones with Obama, Letterman, Carl Reiner, and Will Ferrell are just barely mildly entertaining. It's interesting to see Rickles drop his bit here and there, but he also makes weird comments at a waitress.

Will And Grace

Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee - Season 1

It turns out small talk with famous people is about as interesting as small talk with normal people. That's actually pretty comforting.

Only Norm MacDonald and Ricky Gervais are hilarious. Aziz Ansari calls himself talented. Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers are the most uninteresting people on earth. You would think the ability to reach that extreme of uninterestingness would be interesting in itself, but it is definitely not.

Masters Of None - Season 1

At first I thought, "This is funny, but the main character is a bit of a Mary Sue." Then I got to the Nashville episode. The entire episode involves Aziz's character taking a girl out on a perfect date. The plot doesn't start till about minute 21 (75% of the way through the episode), when he makes a mistake but then makes up for it charmingly.

Can you imagine being so self-absorbed that you would write an entire script about how attractive and wonderful and funny and kind you are, and then assemble a film crew halfway across the country so that you could have it broadcast to the world? I don't think I've ever been so embarrassed for someone I've never met.

Kim's Convenience - Season 2

Kim's Convenience is still going strong for season two. Along with great character arcs, some of the jokes make me cry with laughter. One gag in particular had me laughing uncontrollably for days afterward every time I thought about it.

Ricky Gervais: Humanity (2018)

It's not bad, in spite of the fact that half of it is just him complaining about Twitter.

Chris Rock - Tambourine (2018)

Don't drag me into your friggin divorce, man. I wanted to watch some dang comedy.