Suburgatory Episode 1-4 Review Don’t Call Me Shirley

Each episode of Suburgatory can exist in is own bubble if viewed in a certain way. As the show has progressed, the characters have remain largely the same, even though there are recurring characters that filter through various episodes. Tessa is still the same, hating the suburbs and wanting to return to New York, George is still the dad trying to put up with his daughter, and the other characters, Dallas, Dalia, and Lisa, are the same people are they were in the first season.

So the show acts like a spotlight, using the same characters each week to draw attention to an issue in the suburbs. This week, the issue was how there’s normally no criminal element and when there is, everyone goes crazy. While I’m not entirely enthused by what seems to be a reset every week, the show is good each week regardless. Jane Levy has been a great surprise as Tessa, playing the multifaceted role very well.

Score: 8.6/10


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