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Due to Netflix I am sure that David is getting a global audience, which is great. All the places he and his crew visit to find the perfect food is fantastic, the in depth commentairy about the topics are insanely well done as well. Almost a 10/10 for me, giving it just 1 minus point. This is for the 'racial' topic, something that is truely an american thing. Not that this does not need to be mentioned, it just does not need to come back that much. It is a topic for a whole different kind of documentairy. Besides that, I am greatly looking forward to Season 2.
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