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Dave is a comedy about Dave, an edgy white Jewish rapper who goes by the name Lil Dicky (The show's creator and star is Dave, a white Jewish comedian who raps under the name Lil Dicky.・ He's a bird). Real Dave caused a sensation on YouTube in 2013 when one of his songs spread through word of mouth. He summed this up in a legitimate sitcom on US cable channel FXX, which is currently hitting our shores. Similarly, the fictional Dave causes a sensation on YouTube when one of his songs goes viral, trying to put his success into a legitimate rap career. Much of the Dave (series) is about Dave's (character) penis. The opening scene of the first episode takes place in a clinic. So Dave said during an STI test that he was born in a "tangled urethra" and used skin from the scrotum ("Do you know if it's like chicken skin?") to repair the shaft. He explains ("My theory is that my penis is made of balls") and left a lot of scars. It is a situation where we go back a long way.

And in this new season, Dave finds more in common with FX's other higher-profile comedies set in the world of hip-hop. Dave wants a more open and consistent laugh than Atlanta, but with a similar feeling that each episode can feel very different from the previous episode. The premiere was a dark comic teaser set in South Korea, where Dave and Mike (Andrew Santino) had few tries, so Dave tried to record a song from his new album with K-POP Star CL. I am terribly out of control. . Understand the local culture. In a later article, Dave and super-producer Benny Blanco got caught up in GaTa's disapproval, too far from the male bond (*). Dave defends himself against a (completely fair) accusation of diversion from guest artist Kareem Abdul Jabber. A contrasting story with Dave and his best friend Ells (Travis "Octopus" Bennett) arguing at Bar Mitzwar. Gata is nervous at night in the city of Los Angeles and is doing an odyssey of sad Murphy's Law.

Without going into too much detail, this episode could be said to be the equivalent of last year's episode, which looked at exactly how Dave achieved sexual satisfaction, taking into account the physical characteristics of the genitals. Or, this corresponds to last season when Dave suffered from gut pain on camera. Regardless, Team Dave seems intent on adapting the structure of the human body that has never been depicted on television. And, for the honor of it, use it for both character work and shock value. You may be too busy to recognize the nuances and you may find yourself out of breath.

The characters are the same throughout, with storylines ranging from writing the album to trying to reconcile with Dave's ex-girlfriend Ally (Taylor Mishak), but in tone, many of the episodes may belong to a different series at a certain point. mode. it's an exciting feeling rather than a scatter shot. Every experiment is sure to be all in one piece, regardless of the setting and how ridiculous or serious each one is.