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7 Truth Bombs Aziz Ansari Drops on Master of None

It’s official. Master of None is a hit, and the show’s unprecedented diversity both in front and behind the camera is making everyone at Kollab cry a happy tear. Co-creators Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang have used this show as a platform to share the often unshared Asian American experience, doing so with great humor and no preachy-ness.

In honor of the show’s major success, we decided to round up all the times Aziz kept it real on Master of None. Read on to see if your favorite moment made the list!

  1. You reflect on your childhood when you hangout with your non-Asian friend’s parents

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  1.  Newsflash: not every ethnic person has a foreign accent

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Owned.

  1. Sexism is still rampant, especially on social media

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I would like to live in a world where I can post pics using hashtag #foodporn without being sexually harassed

  1. Hollywood is pretty racist

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Dev breaks this news to his other Indian American friend in “Indians on TV.” His response: “Is Mindy Kaling Real?

  1. Racial quotas are WACK

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  1. CITIZEN’S ARREST IS A REAL THING.

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NY STATE LAW

S 140.30 Arrest without a warrant; by any person; when and
           where authorized.
 1.  Subject to the provisions of subdivision two, any person may
arrest another person (a) for a felony when the latter has in fact
committed such felony, and (b) for any offense when the latter has in
fact committed such offense in his presence.
 2.  Such an arrest, if for a felony, may be made anywhere in the
state.  If the arrest is for an offense other than a felony, it may be
made only in the county in which such offense was committed.

  1. Your problems are #FirstWorldProblems compared to your parents’

boH8x8MzLk7kzsErilY9xH9PHDII kicked myself when I watched the “Parents” episode. Here I am crying about spotty wifi, when my immigrant parents risked their livelihood by moving to another country so I could have a better life. We want to send major props to Master of None for addressing real issues, and celebrating all immigrant parents for their courage, love, and sacrifice.

For more epic truth bombs, watch Master of None on Netflix now!