I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson season 2 review – hilarious, witty, and absurd

July 6, 2021
Daniel Hart 0
Netflix, TV Reviews
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Summary

The second season deserves as much applause as it gets. It’s hilarious, witty, and absurd, and that’s how sketch shows are meant to work.

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4

Summary

The second season deserves as much applause as it gets. It’s hilarious, witty, and absurd, and that’s how sketch shows are meant to work.

Netflix comedy sketch series I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson season 2 was released on the streaming service on July 6, 2021.

I’m surprised sketch shows led by reputable comedians are not released often. It’s such a unique chance to explore how their mind works, platforming their crazed sense of humor that entices them to write their comedy. Their bamboozled way of displaying different scenarios is an easy ride. It expects less objectivity purely due to the surrounding nonsense of the stories. Sketch shows are not designed to be overly critiqued or blessed by a critic. It’s pure entertainment, an expansion of the imagination.

But Netflix appears to keep entertaining sketch shows by comedians, and Tim Robinson has released a second series of his concept. Running at a healthy 20 minutes each, Tim manages to bring a whole foray of different sketches, some absurdly stupid in a magnified and amusing sense, and others attach themselves to pop culture references.

But you can tell Robinson has put in a lot of thought behind his sketches, especially the dialogue. Even the silly conversations he puts on the audience are planned moments of dialogue, even if it is slightly improvised in parts. He even brings in some of his buddies to join in. I salute the chapter he brings in Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul), using the actor’s performance quirks to his advantage.

The second season deserves as much applause as it gets. It’s hilarious, witty, and absurd, and that’s how sketch shows are meant to work. Tim Robinson shows the strength of his comedy by being creative without a scope, bringing a consistent number of sketches that do not bore the audience. If you haven’t watched season 1, start there — that’s your entire afternoon planned.

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