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Finale
Netflix
Finale (S01E10) is the tenth episode of season one of "Master of None" released on Fri Nov... More Finale (S01E10) is the tenth episode of season one of "Master of None" released on Fri Nov 06, 2015. Over 6,429 TV Time users rated it a 9.2/10 with their favorite characters being Aziz Ansari as Dev, Noël Wells as Rachel and H. Jon Benjamin as Benjamin.
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November 2015

" Master of None" is a surpising and funny show. Aziz Ansari is a great actor. Thanks Netflix !

" Master of None" is a surpising and funny show. Aziz Ansari is a great actor. Thanks Netflix !
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November 2015

really good series. you know, I'm in my 20s and I already feel pressured to know what I wanna be when I grow up, when all I'd like to do is staying up all night watching TV series and reading books. I feel like our generation is really pressured into doing "great things". we've been given a lot of great opportunities and if we don't take them, we're losers. but I mean. sometime you've got to understand that life isn't only about earning money and getting married and having kids. I mean, work IS important, you gotta do something, but you can do whatever you want, you can be whoever you want. you can decide you want to learn how to make pasta and move to Italy or you can decide to go live in Tokyo because your teenage self would be proud of that decision. life is scary and it's messy and if you think you want to do something to change your life, then you probably should.
it's a beautiful message, It has been a great series and I hope to see more of Dev and Rachel.

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December 2015

ITALY ?! REALLY ?! REALLY ?!?!?!!!!!!
That's definitely a surprising finale move. Who expected that honestly?! He's talking about missing Rachel. But a place ticket. There is an Asian lady next to him. And boom Italy. Oh man....!! Bring back some good recipe Dev! 🇮🇹

ITALY ?! REALLY ?! REALLY ?!?!?!!!!!! 
That's definitely a surprising finale move. Who expected that honestly?! He's talking about missing Rachel. But a place ticket. There is an Asian lady next to him. And boom Italy. Oh man....!! Bring back some good recipe Dev! 🇮🇹
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November 2015

This episode got me like :

This episode got me like :
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November 2015

I'm probably going to buy that book.

I'm probably going to buy that book.
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December 2015

I have to admit, I have been trained by numerous cliché rom coms to expect, and even want, Dev to buy a ticket to Tokyo, find Rachel and tell her he doesn't care what percentage their relationship is at right now, she's worth the risk.

But no, life doesn't work like that. You have to seek fulfillment from within first, not from the other person in the relationship. I like that instead of clinging to someone who wants to spread their wings and be free while they still have time, Dev is inspired by her decision, takes a chance, and goes to Italy to find himself, instead. If they're really meant to be, maybe their paths will cross again.

Master of None did something unique, and I respect and appreciate that because instead of just making me say, "Awww", it made me think. It made me realize that the reason I feel like a master of none is because I'm sitting around looking at all of the figs, not daring to choose one for fear of losing all the rest. The flaw that Dev and I share is being indecisive, and this show made that crystal clear for me. Now please excuse me, while I go choose my fig.

I have to admit, I have been trained by numerous cliché rom coms to expect, and even want, Dev to buy a ticket to Tokyo, find Rachel and tell her he doesn't care what percentage their relationship is at right now, she's worth the risk.

But no, life doesn't work like that. You have to seek fulfillment from within first, not from the other person in the relationship. I like that instead of clinging to someone who wants to spread their wings and be free while they still have time, Dev is inspired by her decision, takes a chance, and goes to Italy to find himself, instead. If they're really meant to be, maybe their paths will cross again.

Master of None did something unique, and I respect and appreciate that because instead of just making me say, "Awww", it made me think. It made me realize that the reason I feel like a master of none is because I'm sitting around looking at all of the figs, not daring to choose one for fear of losing all the rest. The flaw that Dev and I share is being indecisive, and this show made that crystal clear for me. Now please excuse me, while I go choose my fig.
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November 2015

And Netflix hit it again!!! Amazing tv show, great episodes talking about some serious stuff in a delightful and funny way

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February 2016

It's never too late to get into Harry Potter.

It's never too late to get into Harry Potter.
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November 2015

Overall, great season. Huge crush on this series. It was funny and touching, and it talked to me. Can't wait for next year

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January 2016

No começo achei a série sem graça mas depois percebi que o foco não era arrancar gargalhadas e sim fazer pensar! Fui positivamente surpreendido por essa série! Trabalhou com leveza temas mt interessantes, levantou questionamentos e me fez refletir sobre mt coisa!

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December 2015

it is rare to find a comedy about relationship without being cliché , I enjoyed this show and how realistic it is.

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November 2015

Please Aziz, write us a second season as good as this one, please, please, pleaaaaaaaaaaase !!!

Please Aziz, write us a second season as good as this one, please, please, pleaaaaaaaaaaase !!!
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May 2017

I just wanna read that sylvia plath's book now

I just wanna read that sylvia plath's book now

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January 2016

Great finale. It was an excellent way to close the season. Totally surprising. Plus this show is the most real and relatable comedy I have seen in my life...

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November 2015

Master Of None est une série où tous les trentenaires, qu'ils soient célibataires ou en couple, se reconnaîtront. Très bien écrite, très bien pensée, très bien jouée, la bande-son est bien choisie, la photographie met New York en valeur, (magasin, rues, appartements), les différences ethniques sont très bien traitées et le parallèle hommes/femmes, qui a une grande place dans notre société, est également mis en avant dans ce show. Aziz Ansari a su mettre le doigt où il fallait. Sans compter les multiples clins d'œil aux anciens films cultes qui ne font qu'ajouter du charme à cette série. Une première saison excellente.

Master Of None est une série où tous les trentenaires, qu'ils soient célibataires ou en couple, se reconnaîtront. Très bien écrite, très bien pensée, très bien jouée, la bande-son est bien choisie, la photographie met New York en valeur, (magasin, rues, appartements), les différences ethniques sont très bien traitées et le parallèle hommes/femmes, qui a une grande place dans notre société, est également mis en avant dans ce show. Aziz Ansari a su mettre le doigt où il fallait. Sans compter les multiples clins d'œil aux anciens films cultes qui ne font qu'ajouter du charme à cette série. Une première saison excellente.
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July 2016

Tudo bem que o Dev estava estressado, mas ele foi insensível em relação ao relacionamento que ele tinha com a Rachel. Apesar disso, fiquei feliz por ele não ter ido atrás dela. Ele precisava fazer o mesmo: experimentar o novo e se jogar pra ver no que dá.
Me surpreendi com essa série!

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Lu
December 2015

Eu jurava que ele ia para o Japão! Meu deus, eu preciso da segunda temporada logo!

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November 2015

I just - I really enjoyed watching this show. The writing is perfectly calibrated, so intense and yet so sweet, and most importantly, so real. The ending is kinda bittersweet, but again, so real: like in any real relationship, Rachel and Dev broke up, and he's devastated about it, but there's still something good in that, the fact that without Rachel he would never have gfound out about his love for making pasta.
I also absolutely love the fact that when he gets the ticket it's for Italy and not for Tokyo: it's yet another example of the perfect writing of this series, because he doesn't make some bold, how I met your mother-style move, he just goes on like any normal individual and that's-- well. That's beautiful. You go, Dev.

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December 2015

all'inizio questa serie mi sembrava carina, ma le ultime due puntate mi hanno veramente colpita nel profondo perché tocca temi e sensazioni che molte persone dai 20 anni in su iniziano a provare, e lo fa in modo non banale.

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