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Now that Mr. Robots first season is over, the Bill Hader/Fred Armisen/Seth Meyers IFC series that satirizes documentaries, Documentary Now!, is basically the best thing on TV. Their absurd riff on Grey Gardens from a few weeks ago was brilliant, and their take on Vice’s HBO series that aired last night was almost as good.

Granted, DRONEZ: The Hunt for El Chingon wasn’t exactly a spot-on replication of Vice’s typically excellent series, but it did capture the ignorance and entitlement of so many young people who conflate journalism and self-service. The scene where Hader’s and Armisen’s earnest characters use their privilege to rifle through the house of a Mexican man who lost his son to drug lords is the funniest thing I saw on TV all week (and I’ve been watching Gimme a Break! reruns like crazy—these days I only watch shows with exclamation points in their titles).

Another clip from this scened played over the episode’s credit sequnce. In it, Armisen’s character goes on and on about the man’s bananas: “These are just natural, not yellow chemicals, not brought to you by Tide. It’s just like a regular banana. And that’s the simple life we kind of forget about. You know, you can actually eat a banana off a tree, as opposed to...”

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