I think you should go with Tim Robinson gave us plenty of must-have Twitter memes long after the first season premiered. But the most popular came from the “Brooks Brothers” sketch, in which Tim Robinson wears a hot dog costume. A crowd tries to find out who crashed a Weiner Hut car in the store, and Robinson’s character tries to blend in with them, saying, “We’re all trying to find the guy who did that.” The screenshot became a favorite among Twitter users towards the end of the Trump administration, with many responding to his factually incorrect tweets with the meme, and it came a long way when Donald Trump denied committing any acts reprehensible while inciting an insurrection in January. It’s likely that even your parents, who have no idea who Robinson is, can recognize the screenshot due to how often it has been used as a political backlash.
The new season of I think you should go doesn’t quite have a sketch that could be the next hot dog meme that Resistance Twitter can easily get uncool. It does, however, contain “Dan Flashes,” who inadvertently became one of the top memes contenders before anyone knew the skit was coming. June 14, a press photo of the current Beach Boys lineup wearing odd patterned shirts went viral on Twitter. It was the perfect fodder for jokes, and I think you should go fans couldn’t expect a full skit to be waiting for them in the new season about the kind of bold patterned shirts they already couldn’t stop talking about.
In “Dan Flashes”, a guy named Mike (Robinson) is lying on a couch during a meeting. He is called by his colleague for using his lunch allowance on this work trip to buy patterned shirts. Mike doesn’t deny it, but who needs food when you can buy a new Dan Flashes shirt? Turns out there’s a new one in stock that day, at $ 450! So, no, he won’t have lunch, fuck you, Doug. And if you think it’s $ 450 a lot, there’s also a shirt he wants “so badly” that’s $ 1,000 “because the pattern is so wild” – or, depending on who he’s talking to, $ 2,000. Don’t you know that these prices are reasonable since the more complicated the pattern, the more expensive the shirt?
“Dan Flashes” shares the essence of the first season “Discussion groupAlso known as the ‘old man who advocates a good steering wheel that doesn’t fly off while you drive’. It’s not necessarily the funniest of season two (that honor probably goes to “Spectrum” or “Prank Show”). But it stands out for its absurdity and specificity. Netflix couldn’t have known that the Beach Boys meme would make this skit even funnier, as Mike tells his colleague Susan, “The guys Dan Flashes used in the commercials for them looked a lot like me.” You can already imagine everyone on Twitter making the same joke, pairing the screenshots with the image of the group’s press photo, the older and younger members, the new ones barely recognizable as white males. all with conspicuous patterns.
In case you need help visualizing the clientele that looks a lot like Robinson, the show goes the extra mile. In an accompanying sketch, we see a herd of the blandest, palest men you can imagine wasting their shit on shirts, ready to kill (literally) for a chance to stand out in pursuit of bold fabrics. The Yuppie Fight Club is located at The Shops At The Creek, next to a cafe called Yellow Smokes and award-winning Mario Cantozi’s bakery; these store names seem so specific to the I think you should go universe, almost like they’re AI-generated to be indescribable and funny at the same time.
“Dan Flashes” may be the strongest memes contender, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only memorable skit. There’s Santa Claus who says he’s “seen all the roosters on the planet” in “Detective Crashmore Junket”, the woman with a nemesis called Jamie Taco in “Wife Joke”, and a guy who harasses his coworker. to donate to a fake pants site called Calico Cut Pants (“You gotta donate!”) in “Calico Cut Pants”. But fans likely won’t stop thinking about “Dan Flashes” in the months to come, and they’ll never look at a patterned shirt the same way again.