Master of None

  1. Episode 10 Finale
  2. Episode 9 Mornings
    Master of None Recap: Real Love Those early hours before the day begins, when working people get to love.
  3. Episode 8 Old People
    Master of None Recap: Call Your Grandma Aging in America is a thankless task. 
  4. Episode 7 Ladies and Gentlemen
    Master of None Recap: It’s Harder Being a Woman Men live in a different world from women. I could write that ten times, and it still wouldn’t be enough.
  5. Episode 6 Nashville
    Master of None Recap: on Indian Actors Who Date White We fall in love with the people around us.
  6. Episode 5 The Other Man
    Master of None Recap: Dev Tries to Be Bad This episode’s last scene is a manifestation of Aziz’s most unique trait as a budding auteur.
  7. Episode 4 Indians on TV
    Let’s Talk About the Apu Accent Most brown people in Hollywood — men in particular — cannot escape it.
  8. Episode 3 Hot Ticket
    Master of None Recap: Love in the Time of Cartman Impressions Waitress Alice is a nightmare dressed like a daydream.
  9. Episode 2 Parents
    On Master of None, the Kids Are All Right, But the Parents Are Better When I first watched episode two, “Parents,” I couldn’t quite catch my breath.
  10. Episode 1 Plan B
    Master of None Series Premiere Recap: Red, Brown, and Blue Does anyone really want to sacrifice personal happiness given the choice?
  1. Episode 10 Buona Notte
    Master of None Season-Finale Recap: A Kiss Through the Door Dev and Francesca have one last chance to take a big risk.
  2. Episode 9 Amarsi Un Po
    Master of None Recap: Love Each Other a Little “Amarsi Un Po” builds the tension in Dev and Francesca’s relationship.
  3. Episode 8 Thanksgiving
    Master of None Recap: Turkey Day “Thanksgiving” is Master of None at its best.
  4. Episode 7 Door #3
    Master of None Recap: Best Food Friends Should Dev forget about the woman of his dreams?
  5. Episode 6 New York, I Love You
    Master of None Recap: A New York Anthology “New York, I Love You” follows three characters who don’t usually get the TV treatment.
  6. Episode 5 The Dinner Party
    Master of None Recap: Say Hello, Wave Goodbye Dev’s crush on Francesca is sweet, but it’s also fairly bland.
  7. Episode 4 First Date
    Master of None Recap: Date Night Aziz Ansari has some fascinating thoughts about dating culture.
  8. Episode 3 Religion
    Master of None Recap: Only God Can Judge Me “Religion” is a damn good episode.
  9. Episode 2 Le Nozze
    Master of None Recap: Amazing Bites The most indulgent montages of food porn in Master of None to date.
  10. Episode 1 The Thief
    Master of None Season-Premiere Recap: A Trip to Italy “The Thief” is a comforting introduction to Dev’s new life.

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