The one time that a NBC comedy manages to actually make me laugh on the regular (very rare!), they cancel it after two seasons. Oh well. I'll keep good memories from it. Would rate it higher if not for that ending, it's more than a cliffhanger it's just brutally bad.
Top-notch jokes and performances, which is all anyone should be watching network comedies for, but it also represents an admirable effort on Fey's part to stake out a unique satirical position in this ridiculous age, her credited episodes in particular stressing that "woke" culture was the product of real, systemic injustice while skewering its absurdities with peerless wit and precision. If critically acclaimed comedy now means kissing Twitter's ass (SUPERSTORE, B99), who needs it?