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TV Club: Jimmy struggles to find closure on a funny, touching You’re The Worst

“The one’s who love us least / Are the one’s we’ll die to please / If it’s any consolation / I don’t begin to understand them.”---The Replacements, “Bastards of Young” There’s the family you’re given and the family you choose. We surround ourselves with the latter often as a relief or an escape from the former, but as much as we try to make our friends our “real family,” they’ll never quite compare.
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