Master of None (2015– )
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After attending a wedding and a disappointing film premiere, Rachel and Dev are both having doubts about their relationship.


Eric Wareheim


Aziz Ansari (created by), Alan Yang (created by) | 4 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Aziz Ansari ... Dev
Noël Wells ... Rachel
Eric Wareheim ... Arnold
Kelvin Yu ... Brian
Lena Waithe ... Denise
H. Jon Benjamin ... Benjamin
Shoukath Ansari ... Ramesh
Todd Barry ... Todd
Ricky Velez Ricky Velez ... Ricky
Geoffrey Dawe Geoffrey Dawe ... Art
John O'Creagh John O'Creagh ... Priest
Jenni Barber ... Andrea
Benjamin Thys ... Larry
Ann Harada ... Passenger
Danielle Davenport ... Carla


After attending a wedding and a disappointing film premiere, Rachel and Dev are both having doubts about their relationship.

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6 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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[first lines]
Dev: I feel like there should be an app that analyzes your tum and tells you what you want to eat.
Arnold: Yeah, but
Arnold: if the app could do that, you're basically saying it could read your mind.
Dev: Yeah, I guess.
Arnold: But, dude, you think that's a good idea? I mean, what if it gets in the wrong hands? It could do some malicious shit. Thinking about the military, some corporate espionage. Do you really want to risk all that?
Dev: Yeah. Think about all the pain and suffering it could end. Like right now. ...
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Il est cinq heures, Paris s'éveille
Performed by Jacques Dutronc
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Good Finale
25 April 2017 | by seboraviloSee all my reviews

I've always felt that pilots and finales in these kind of series have a hard task – moving the plot forward while still maintaining the key aspects of the show's humour. This episode is great when it comes to the plot and the characters and all this stuff, but it just doesn't feel the same as in episodes 2 to 8. In episode 9 I started to feel the slight shift to the story elements of the show. So I can say I disappointed, because the first episode of this series rocks. It was moving, funny and introduced the show in a really great way that didn't feel slow. I am not saying that episode 10 was a disappointment – you got to do what you got to do. In this case it was moving the plot – and I am fine with that.

Looking forward to second season.

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