Finally, we see everything from Earn’s perspective — and confront the question of whether he’s okay.
It simply can’t be overstated what an achievement this episode is.
The split between Earn and Al is all but guaranteed now.
Al finds himself in the midst of a ghost story.
In the world of Atlanta, no good comes from vast, uncapped amounts of wealth.
“Teddy Perkins” is an episode you’ll be thinking about for a long time.
“Barbershop” is a gem because it highlights such a specific experience.
“Helen” is the episode that I’ve been waiting for.
Honestly, this entire recap could be all about Van.
America loves a rapper that finally makes it big, but it also loves crucifying them.
No matter what you expect from Atlanta, “Alligator Man” will surprise you.
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