In the third season, the events seem more comic and exciting, as an internationally recognized performance artist prepares to embark on a new experience in order to regain a major career. It seems that the task will be related to the idea of reconciling her relationship with her former lover and her performance partner, whom she has not seen for two decades.
The fake documentary skewers the pretentiousness and earnestness of documentarians, as well as the fact that people are willing to utter the most ridiculous and self-incriminating statements when facing a camera.
February 28, 2019
This episode, written by Meyers and Mulaney, fairly oozes with love of Broadway, love of Sondheim, and love of '70s weirdos with big sideburns. All to its benefit, to say the least.