VULTURE: Tim Robinson's Netflix Sketch Show Is Comedy Perfection

This week, comedian Tim Robinson’s new sketch show I Think You Should Leave premiered on Netflix with six 15-minute long episodes. The show is, in a word, perfect. In a few more words, it’s silly, grotesque, loud, and absurd. What more could you want, really?

Robinson may be a new face to some viewers, but he ought to be a household name. A Michigan native who came up in the Chicago comedy scene, appearing most notably on the Second City main stage as well as with his group Cook County Social Club, Robinson was cast on Saturday Night Live in the fall of 2012. His tenure as a cast member was short though not unremarkable — this sketch where he and Bobby Moynihan play middle-schoolers on a double date with adult women is weird and oddly sweet. He was featured in an episode of The Characters on Netflix in 2016. He went on to co-create and co-star in the much beloved, though gone-too-soon Comedy Central show Detroiters with fellow Michigan native and former Second City performer Sam Richardson…

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