The show was much more than your standard fare about antiheroes acting immorally while still being attractive to us.
It's overrated — and kind of pointless these days.
Perhaps there's a better way to empty out your closet than setting your Air Jordans on fire.
Just look at what's happening to "Sorry to Bother You."
It's an exploration of the "banality of evil."
Those eager to resolve this tension may only make the problem worse.
More focus on cocktails, less on the screen.
The evolution of the Internet as a villain mirrors the very real way the Internet has evolved for many of us.