But the “Parents” episode of Netflix’s “Master of None” was the only nominated episode that really attempted something other shows haven’t. “Parents” covers the story of Dev (Aziz Ansari) and Brian.
While Brian’s grievances are legitimate.
It’s the kind of formal innovation you might expect from FX’s Louie, and it pays off beautifully. (Master of None also shares with Louis C.K.’s show a debt.
“Master of None,” Aziz Ansari’s refreshingly optimistic Netflix.
Dev and his friends (played by Eric Wareheim, Kelvin Yu and Lena Waithe as Arnold, Brian and Denise — or, categorically, a big white.
Master of None begins with sex gone awry.
black lesbian Denise (Lena Waithe), chill dispenser of sage advice, and Brian (Kelvin Yu), the son of Taiwanese immigrants who is also always on the hunt.
The sentiment was echoed by Yu and Waithe, who play Brian and Denise respectively.
are all of those things are in the world like anybody else.” Season 2 of “Master of None” is currently streaming.
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On the other hand, I wish there were more scenes with Kelvin Yu’s Brian, Dev’s buddy and a puckish.
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life of the laconic Peter Cheng (Clem Cheung), the father of Dev’s buddy Brian (Kelvin Yu). And Bobby.
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Balancing out Arnold’s oddball antics is Brian (Kelvin Yu), a straight-laced, clean cut Average Joe who’s an intellectual equal.
His buddies Arnold and Brian visit the set to say hi to Dev and meet the show.
This is clearly a lot for Dev to take-in, but he doesn’t text her back. Best of None: The scenes with the Jabbawockeez.