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Close Enough 

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A comedic look on a couple trying to face various challenges in their daily lives while trying to cope with their changes from 20s to 30s.
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J.G. Quintel J.G. Quintel ...  Josh 8 episodes, 2020
Gabrielle Walsh ...  Emily 8 episodes, 2020
Jason Mantzoukas ...  Alex 8 episodes, 2020
Kimiko Glenn ...  Bridgette 8 episodes, 2020
Jessica DiCicco ...  Candice 8 episodes, 2020
James Adomian ...  Randy 8 episodes, 2020
Danielle Brooks ...  Pearle 8 episodes, 2020
John Early ...  Mr. Campbell 6 episodes, 2020
Matthew Mercer 4 episodes, 2020
Roger Craig Smith 4 episodes, 2020
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A stoner couple in their 20s deal with life situations in LA with their friends such as raising a daughter, fighting a loose possum in their apartment, and outrunning giant mutant spiders, all the regular things to worry about in early adulthood.

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Not the perfect family, but they're close enough.


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The wallpaper inside the main couples' apartment has shapes that closely resemble character from Regular Show, Quintel's other tv show. See more »

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Millennial Surrealism
30 August 2020 | by owen-wattsSee all my reviews

I'm going to be in the minority of reviewers (and viewers) here I think having never seen Quintel's Regular Show and so until delving into Close Enough I'd never before encountered his particular blend of magical strangeness mixed with acute observation.

The format is basically that of a classical nineties kids' cartoon - a half-hour show cut into two separate narratives (with the exception of the final episode) this leaves it very little room to faff around in and the dizzying speed at which each segment ramps up the strangeness is genuinely breathtaking. The cost of all this brevity means that the central cast feel a little undefined, even by the final episode, but Close Enough admirably straddles a refreshing line between caricature and observation that doesn't feel too mean or judgemental.

As someone fairly close to Quintel's age myself it's strangely uncanny to see a television cartoon so precisely aimed at my age bracket - which no doubt will alienate many and date it quite severely in years to come but there's an oddly engrossing indulgence to the focus. Close Enough isn't perfect but with its charming tangents and its deft lack of meanness it's... C-

It's.... clo...

You get the picture.


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