Queen of cringe is the couch therapy we all need right now

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Queen of cringe is the couch therapy we all need right now

Andrea Savage’s overshare gives us an awkward, funny and bitingly true escape hatch to laughter

Kevin Kriedemann

Season 2 of I’m Sorry is at present streaming, just in time for all of us who feel like we either need to laugh or cry right now.  

The series follows comedy writer, wife and mom Andrea, an only slightly fictionalised version of comedian Andrea Savage, the show’s writer, producer and star.

In real life, Savage is an American stand-up comic who’s toured with the likes of Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis. As an actress she made her TV debut as exchange student Renata on Sweet Valley High before finding recurring roles in series like Episodes, iZombie and Veep, where she played Senator/President Laura Montez. She also played Will Ferrell and John C Reilly’s therapist in the 2008 movie Step Brothers. And in 2012 she made her directorial debut with her satirical Republicans, Get in My Vagina! on Funny or Die, co-starring with Judy Greer and Kate Beckinsale...

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