2020 was a...tough year, to say the least. And while some people set big goals, made new things, and actually improved themselves, most of us binge-watched everything Netflix, Amazon, and Disney + had to offer as a way to just survive. Bo Burnham's new special Inside is Netflix's latest offer, and it both sets the standard for what quarantine art can look like and showed that it was ok to not be ok this last year...
1.When he made us pause to read the jokes within the jokes.
2.When he roasted his own reaction to his own reaction video.
3.When he used the iPhone aspect ratio during a song about FaceTiming with his mom.
4.When he asked people to hold him accountable for his crude humor while posing on a crucifix.
5.When he let us inside the messy, confusing, rambling parts of the creative process
6.When he complimented his own music while playing as himself in a video game.
7.When he used a sock puppet to explain the horrible things that are wrong with the world.
8.When he gave us both the good and bad sides of the internet in a series of disturbing juxtapositions.
9.When he made stand-up comedy its own joke within his own comedy special.
10.And finally, when he told himself (and us) that it's ok to not be ok.
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