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'The Good Place' has become the perfect antidote to the Trump era

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If you haven't been obsessively watching The Good Place, you could be forgiven for wondering what all the fuss is about. Maybe you've heard it's a comedy about a mixup in the afterlife, and you're expecting some sort of goofball network version of Heaven Can Wait.  


On a surface level, the NBC show — now nearly halfway through season 2 — seems an inoffensive, pastel-colored sitcom. Billboards show Kristen Bell holding balloons above a cactus patch, for no apparent reason, while Ted Danson grins evilly. Tune in for a few minutes and you might see Bell making a joke about her own selfishness, or her love for all-you-can-eat shrimp.  Read more...

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