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Overrated/Underrated: An 'Atypical' 'scene-stealer and New York celebrates itself in 'Meet Me in the Bathroom'

UNDERRATED Brigette Lundy-Paine in “Atypical”: This Netflix series primarily about the dating misadventures of a high-functioning autistic teenager is far from perfect, despite its often smartly handled, underrepresented subject. But one of its bright spots is the performance by this young actor...
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