Portions of a review on Netflix:
Beyond brilliant. Using political correctness knotted into arrogance and almost visionary excess, these six themed episodes (a refinement of the duos ThunderAnt videos) memorably skewer over-zealous, self-absorbed, hypocritical or simply annoying residents of this archetypically laid-back city. Armisen and Brownstein find targets of opportunity in animal rights, bicycle power, precious crafts, the feminist fringe, cults, the concept of the imagined or remembered special place, club gatekeepers, groupies, people who abuse their household help, Harajuku girls, self-celebrating young women and slightly-thuggish men (both played memorably by Brownstein), open-architecture workspaces that seem more like playgrounds, restaurant patrons who ask too much about their food and neurotic homeowners. As writers, they are especially fond of savaging the use and over-use of language and bits built around repetition of catchphrases are surprisingly funny.