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Back in New York, a visit from observant Muslim relatives puts Dev in a tricky position. He introduces his cousin to a forbidden pleasure: pork.


Alan Yang


Aziz Ansari (created by), Aziz Ansari (as Aniz Adam Ansari) | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Aziz Ansari ... Dev
Lena Waithe ... Denise
Harris Gani Harris Gani ... Navid
Fatima Ansari ... Nisha
Shoukath Ansari ... Ramesh
Eric Wareheim ... Arnold
Lakshmi Sundaram ... Tanvi
Mona Sishodia ... Sabina
Rasik Ohal ... Salil
Rupak Ramki Rupak Ramki ... Young Dev
Jacqueline Grabois ... Anne
Adam Kaokept Adam Kaokept ... Thai Waiter
Joshua Cruz Joshua Cruz ... Waiter
Alex Danilov ... Young Boy
Pasha Newmerzhitzky Pasha Newmerzhitzky ... Young Boy's Dad


Back in New York, a visit from observant Muslim relatives puts Dev in a tricky position. He introduces his cousin to a forbidden pleasure: pork.

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Release Date:

12 May 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The actor playing Navid is Aziz's real life cousin Harrison aka "Chubby Harrison" who he talked about in his early stand up. See more »


Dev: Why the fuck were we just hiding behind that damn tree? His dad doesn't know that we eat pork. It's against our religion.
Denise: Wait, aren't y'all two grown-ass men?
Dev: Yeah, but we're scared of our parents.
Denise: Okay, this is crazy. Now, I got some religious relatives that's not into the whole lesbian thing, but I ain't got to hide who I am. Not that eating pork is on the same level of scrutiny as being gay, but you know what I'm saying.
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I Must Be in a Good Place Now
Written by Bobby Charles
Performed by Bobby Charles
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Great humorous look at religious prohibition
2 February 2018 | by LorenBiegSee all my reviews

Having spent many years in a religious environment rife with things "you can't do", I found this episode particularly amusing. Ansari's satirical parody of his own religious prohibition against eating pork and the pious and hypocritical attitudes of those around him was spot on. His discovery of the epic beauty of bacon as a child was a high-point, as is the discovery of pork barbecue by his cousin who appears like a drug addict, willing to lie and sneak around to get it. In the end, the point is well-made, be who you are.

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