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‘Extremely Inappropriate!’ Netflix Series Review - A Hilarious Journey of Transition

School teacher Ichiro Ogawa who lives in the year 1986 gets transported to 2024. Will he be able to survive this transition?

Neerja Choudhuri - Fri, 19 Apr 2024 19:05:53 +0100 1013 Views
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Picture this: One moment, you're comfortably nestled in the familiarity of your own era, and the next, you're abruptly thrust into a completely foreign epoch, without so much as a warning. It's as if the very fabric of time has been torn asunder, propelling you into uncharted territory where everything is utterly alien to your senses. The landscape remains unchanged, yet it's imbued with an inexplicable aura of novelty and unfamiliarity. The streets you once traversed with ease now seem like labyrinthine mazes, each corner concealing new wonders and mysteries waiting to be unraveled.

"Extremely Inappropriate" delves into the surreal journey of a middle-aged man Ichiro Ogawa, a father by duty and a school teacher by profession who finds himself inexplicably transported from the familiar realm of 1986 to the bewildering landscape of 2024. The series opens with a poignant scene from the past, as a father sternly reproaches his daughter, setting the stage for the emotional complexities that unfold.

Suddenly thrust into the futuristic world of 2024, our protagonist, hailing from the distant year 1986, grapples with the overwhelming dissonance of his new reality. Born and raised in a time long before smartphones and virtual reality, he finds himself utterly disoriented amidst the advanced technologies and societal norms of this unfamiliar era.

As he navigates through the bustling streets of 2024, every sight and sound is a perplexing revelation. The simplest of gadgets, like wireless earphones, appear utterly alien to him, prompting hilarious misinterpretations – mistaking them for noodles in a world where even the mundane has undergone remarkable transformations. The main reason why he is finding all this odd despite being a human is because these advancements of the world didn’t gradually shape up in front of him, rather it feels like he has been picked up from one era set up and transported into the other. He, sadly, on Earth is no less than an alien. which is why his behavior is "Extremely Inappropriate".

Caught in a whirlwind of temporal displacement, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery and adaptation, grappling with the profound changes that have reshaped the fabric of existence in the intervening decades. Amidst the chaos of his temporal displacement, he encounters a diverse cast of characters whose lives intersect with his in unexpected ways, each offering a glimpse into the complex tapestry of human experience across time. But the question arises- will he ever settle in the land of Gen Zs? and will he ever get back to the era of 1986? As the series unfolds, "Extremely Inappropriate" explores themes of identity, nostalgia, and the inexorable march of progress, weaving a rich tapestry of humor, heart, and poignant reflection against the backdrop of a world in flux. Through the eyes of our protagonist, viewers are invited to ponder the timeless question: What does it truly mean to belong in a world that is constantly evolving?

"Extremely Inappropriate" is an exhilarating rollercoaster of a show, guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. With its breakneck pace and captivating storyline, it grabs your attention from the very beginning and refuses to let go.

The dramatic transition between eras serves as a powerful reminder of the staggering transformations that have reshaped our world over the course of just a few decades. So buckle up and get ready for a wild ride – "Extremely Inappropriate" is a show that will leave you breathless and craving more with every heart-pounding episode.

Final Score- [7/10]
Reviewed by - Neerja Choudhuri
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Publisher at Midgard Times



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