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Aziz Ansari's 'Master of None' returns — less impressive but still enviably chill

Aziz Ansari's 'Master of None' returns — less impressive but still enviably chill

The initial praise lavished on Aziz Ansari's "Master of None" focused mainly on the show's original takes on race and other states of outsiderness, seen not only from the perspective of its main character, Dev Shah (Ansari) and his Indian ethnicity, but also in the slights and microagressions experienced by those within Dev's circle: immigrant parents; friends of other races and sexual orientations; a white girlfriend; and even the strangers he meets on the street.

Yet "Master of None," which returns to Netflix for a thoroughly enjoyable if less impressive second season on Friday, is just as noteworthy for being one of the chillest shows around. Less a topical...

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