See more » Finally someone has done a comedy series about Silicon Valley, and it's good! The show has the same nervous energy that permeates Silicon Valley startup culture. They get a lot right, though the drug references are overdone and at times silly.The characters are interesting, though sometimes over the top. Can't wait for the next episode to be uploaded. Dinicol's Trey and Soni's Nash are emotionally stunted best friends and Stanford dropouts. The former fancies himself a sort of behoodied David Karp pseudo-stud, certain his derivative app is going to be the next mammoth.The latter is a quivering, shy, petrified, and doubts the merit of BRB and himself. ) The pair would look natural onstage at Tech Crunch Disrupt, and their characterization is one of the few things ' creators have nailed: the co-founder personality voids, barely equipped for business and poorly equipped for life.The series' episode titles are song titles of this genre, from artists such as Steely Dan, Foreigner, Doobie Brothers, ELO, Joe Jackson, and Kenny Loggins. It has great actors, great actresses, and it is starting to exhibit complex and subtle writing and plot progressions.Though I do not agree or condone the portrayal of drug use at all, the show has an eclectic, inventive, and natural expression of their version of how some people actually view life.
Even though Casey volunteers to stay with her cousin Vicki (Paula Brancati), Nora still isn't comfortable with the idea.
Joe started acting from the stage since 1997 and has had a fantastic run of career for almost 20 years now, which is expected to continue further.
The series' episode titles are song titles of this genre, from artists such as Steely Dan, Foreigner, Doobie Brothers, ELO, Joe Jackson, and Kenny Loggins. It's not perfect, but better than 95% of what you'll find on TV.
He started his career as a child actor at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, and has since appeared on the Canadian television series Train 48 and Rideau Hall.
On stage, Dinicol has appeared in Antony and Cleopatra, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Waiting for Godot, and Richard III at the Stratford Festival, and The Needfire at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto.
No one alive is so awful that they say "cray cray" and "mad props, yo"—hearing both from one character will make you consider canceling Amazon Prime. Struggle through the mediocre parts of ) and apparent Alexia Tsotsis clone, is the demon blogger my peers and I deserve, although none of us are as charming or attractive.