Master of None (2015– )
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Plan B 

A condom mishap and a kid's birthday party prompt Dev to consider the reality of having children.


James Ponsoldt


Aziz Ansari (created by), Alan Yang (created by) | 4 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Aziz Ansari ... Dev
Eric Wareheim ... Arnold
Noël Wells ... Rachel
Lena Waithe ... Denise
Leila Grace ... Lila
Harrison Wright ... Grant
Maria Dizzia ... Amanda
David Ebert ... Kyle (as David Charles Ebert)
David Krumholtz ... Nathan
Alexia Rasmussen ... Alex
Kevin Yamada ... Pharmacist
Lara Goldie ... Brenda
Monroe Martin III ... Excited Dude (as Monroe Martin)
Swayam Bhatia ... Dev's Daughter
Anthony Bells Anthony Bells ... Dev's Son


A condom mishap and a kid's birthday party prompt Dev to consider the reality of having children.

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Release Date:

6 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


The sequence where Dev imagines himself coming home with two kids is a parody of the Aphex Twin video for "Come to Daddy". See more »


In the black and white flashback scene, Dev wears glasses with very reflective surfaces. When he shakes his head, a blurred out spot where the crew and camera are visible can be seen. See more »


Lila: [entering a frozen yogurt shop] Black lady! Chinese man!
Dev: Hey, don't... don't yell out people's ethnicities.
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Il est cinq heures, Paris s'éveille
Performed by Jacques Dutronc
Theme song
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I'm hooked!
22 January 2018 | by LorenBiegSee all my reviews

We decided to dive in after the great showing this series had at the Emmy's. So glad we did! Plan B was funny, honest, awkward, and somehow has things to say. Aziz Ansari is at the top of his game here as the single guy who bumbles honestly into awkward but telling conversations with people about life and, in the case of Plan B, parenting.

My favorite part of Plan B was the way it captures the things that come at you as a dad that are unexpected. Like, kids commenting "innocently" about strangers' ethnicities, having to accompany a little girl to the bathroom, choosing a stranger to help with a parenting task. Along the way the characters have things to say that we all think at one time or another about parenthood, but rarely say. Tackling this topic first seems like a bold move, actually. Nicely done.

Smart writing, great performances, and lots of promise. I'm looking forward to more!

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