Jordan Boeskin’s review published on Letterboxd:
getting improv to work over TV is pretty difficult. It’s a lot easier to have a good time when you’re swept up in the energy of a crowd and like providing both obligatory and genuine laughs to the performers who are fueled by your highly vocal amusement. Ive always thought live improv is generally a pretty supportive space and positive way to spend some of my time!
Middleditch and Schwartz are so damn good at the craft though that the material still holds up while i watch alone in a living room!!! What a feat! I also admire the way they can both track the storylines and characters but also completely lose track of the who’s and what’s and still be hilarious while doing so!!
The second episode i thought was especially mad!