Coming to terms with where you are, where you’re going, and where you’ll never be.

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I’ll continue supporting far-fetched productions about interesting characters navigating the big city, but it’s time to cast myself in that role.

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At least the premise of the first two episodes are — and for freaks like me

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The Apple TV+ comedy is brimming with optimism and nostalgia (for me)

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Home didn’t change, but I did… And that’s a problem.

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While inadvertently transporting me back to my childhood

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And more and more and more

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I can’t help but think about my hometown while watching the HBO Max series.

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I visited my family in Colorado for the first time in 16 months.

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The HBO Max comedy-drama tells a deeper tale, yet nails the writer’s dilemma.

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Trevor Lowry

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