Aziz Ansari Spills BTS Deets Of Netflix Show ‘Master Of None’ In Twitter Q&A

Funny man and stereotype-smasher Aziz Ansari has a new TV show about town, because nice things *do* happen to people still on a Parks and Recreation comedown.

It’s called ‘Master of None‘, and ICYMI its season one Netflix premier, it’s getting absolute rave reviews for its funny and honest portrayal of immigrant life in America.

“You see The Social Network?” his character Dev asks in the trailer. “The Indian guy is a white guy.”

“No no, I read that he’s one-sixteenth Indian,” his mate says.

“Who cares?” Dev replies. “If you go back far enough we’re all one-sixteenth something. I’m probably one-sixteenth black. You think they’re gonna let me play Blade?”

With the levels of rampant love for Master of None as they are, and with Aziz being the unpretentious nice dude that he is, old mate Ansari hosted a Twitter Q&A, answering dozens of Master of None-slanted questions about:

His IRL dad Shoukath Ansari, who plays his on-screen dad Ramesh.

This Parks and Rec Easter egg:

The similarities / differences between himself and his character:

IRL experiences that influenced the show:

Who deserves credit for certain funny shit:

The show’s diversity and smashing of racial stereotypes:

Season 2 potential:

Some all-purpose life advice:

Oh, and American author / journo / activist Dan Savage dropped by for a chat:

Stop by Aziz’s Twitter account for the rest of it: @azizansari.

And if you haven’t seen it yet, get around the trailer for Master of None and then promptly cancel your plans (lol) for an evening with Netflix and snacks of your choice, chilling partner optional.