I watched it like 3 weeks ago, just finishing on Saturday night. It's alright, not really sure why people are flipping out over it, and think the first season might be better than the second. The show isn't particularly funny, nor is the story all that compelling. When it becomes introspective is when it's probably at its best, but I guess there's a case to be made that what makes it appealing is that it's introspective in every action, and the show is definitely not always at its best, so perhaps I'm wrong there. Also don't like, in all this Emmy showering, that the one true great part of the show, Brett Gelman, is not equally celebrated.