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(This is also the source of another controversy, as specificity comes at the cost of inclusivity.) Since this might be the last time I ever get to write about it, here is my favorite (loosely defined) “joke” from The first season ends with Hannah finally convincing Adam to be in a relationship with her.

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Or at least, a voice of a generation.” Some took this joke from the pilot to be the show’s mission statement, but in the moment, it was clearly meant to be satirical.

Look at her parents’ uncomfortable reaction: was celebrating what it was actually trying to mock.

Though I think it was the performance of a non-comedian, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, who plays Desi, that might’ve been the show’s most consistent comedic swing.

Moss-Bachrach brought a cartoonish level of twitchy earnestness and sensitivity to the role.

Of all the main characters, Hannah and Elijah — the characters who are supposed to be funny inside the show — are the ones who actually deliver jokes and make pop-culture references.

Usually, though, the other characters’ comedy comes in a pretty traditional sitcom way: from how their personalities rub against one another’s.

(There is one case where made you wonder if she literally had a cognitive disability, like Margaret Lyons thought at the time.) The show was also very deliberate in its use of big TV moments — like the beach-house dance routine or the “I Love It (I Don’t Care)” scene — that are more fun than laugh-out-loud funny, but still tonally risky, as people don’t usually memorize professional choreography with their friends.