Where the show succeeds, though, is in its performances.
Sam Richardson is fantastic as the awkward, nerdy guy Aniq whose day job is designing escape rooms, and who is still chasing his high school crush after all these years.
Ike Barinholtz is as good as ever as the over-the-top, tough guy who but who also is a surprisingly great Dad. His episode, a parody of action, noir films, was probably my favorite of the first three. Barinholtz couldn't be having more fun as the dude living out his action fantasy recounting his evening to Detective Danner.
And as an unabashed of the Fast and Furious franchise, I couldn't help but appreciate the recurring joke of Brett's dedication to his "Family."
In the episode centered around Schwartz's Yasper, his talents for comedy and improv are on full display. His musical-centric episode, complete with songs that you'll no doubt be singing after the credits roll, is most definitely another highlight for the show.