Dave: Season 1

Dave: Season 1

Dave: Season 1

Dave Burd, AKA funnyman rap artist Lil' Dicky, stars in this self-parody comedy series as a fictional version of himself - a suburban white man in his mid-20s out to prove he's one of the greatest rappers of all time.

2020USAFX
ComedyMusic

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Variety

Variety

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Lil Dicky is, at least, a presence who makes the minutes tick by; he can’t sell the material of the show, but one imagines a version of this series with different preoccupations, and it could work.

TV Guide

TV Guide

press

Seriously, the show is completely obsessed with its star's junk. The very first scene of the show is "Dave Burd" describing his deformed penis to a doctor. The show's third episode is about his insecurity about letting his kind, loving girlfriend see his deformed penis.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

Though the soft-spoken artist still gives into a masculine self-obsession not far removed from the insecure men constantly talking up their endowment, there’s enough wit, creativity, and compassion for skeptics to take a second look and fans to invest wholeheartedly.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Early episodes lead with humor, later episodes hint at more depth.

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

As the series opener to his sometimes hilarious FX series “Dave,” this scene of the rapper is particularly on brand for the musician in his own droll way...

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

Subversively endearing. ... “Dave” has to work a little harder to present a fuller story, and that effort is worth it.

Variety

Variety

press

Lil Dicky is, at least, a presence who makes the minutes tick by; he can’t sell the material of the show, but one imagines a version of this series with different preoccupations, and it could work.

TV Guide

TV Guide

press

Seriously, the show is completely obsessed with its star's junk. The very first scene of the show is "Dave Burd" describing his deformed penis to a doctor. The show's third episode is about his insecurity about letting his kind, loving girlfriend see his deformed penis.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

Though the soft-spoken artist still gives into a masculine self-obsession not far removed from the insecure men constantly talking up their endowment, there’s enough wit, creativity, and compassion for skeptics to take a second look and fans to invest wholeheartedly.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Early episodes lead with humor, later episodes hint at more depth.

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

As the series opener to his sometimes hilarious FX series “Dave,” this scene of the rapper is particularly on brand for the musician in his own droll way...

The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

Subversively endearing. ... “Dave” has to work a little harder to present a fuller story, and that effort is worth it.

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