“Atlanta” ends with the kind of story that has a message but is as wild, bold, and nonsensical as the series has been from the start.
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Alfred takes Soulja Boy’s advice and checks out a farm in the middle of nowhere.
Earn decides to use Lottie’s birthday as a means to pressure Van to come to Los Angeles.
What would you do for a pair of new kicks? Also, how are you a grown-ass man with beef from high school?
Earn’s momma decides she is sick and tired of her sister hogging their daddy, so she kidnaps him.
Season 4, the final season of “Atlanta,” begins with the usual aimless episode that gives you a weird, episodic, slice-of-life story.
Al joins Darius on a drug trip that eventually leads to a nice lady telling him to mind the people around him.
Atlanta switches back to Paperboi’s European tour and has him dealing with a weird dude who might have stolen his phone.
Imagine a world where you could sue the owners of your ancestors for reparations or there were restitution taxes – this is Marshall Johnson’s story.
What happens when you mix the eccentric characters of Atlanta with odd Londoners with money to burn? Utter madness.