Mike Jordan

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Mike Jordan is an Atlanta-based writer who covers food, music, entertainment and culture. He’s also a former So So Def intern, LaFace Records employee, and radio personality who once edited a strip club magazine, so even though he’s from Alabama he’s as ATL as you can be. Tweet him at @michaelbjordan.

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Atlanta Review: Season 2 Finale — "Crabs In A Barrel"

The sophomore season of Donald Glover's show comes to a quiet conclusion.

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Atlanta Review: Season 2, Episode 10 — "FUBU"

Donald Glover expertly taps into the hardships and heartbreak of middle school.

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Atlanta Review: Season 2, Episode 9: "North Of The Border"

"Laffy Taffy" will never be the same again.

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Atlanta Review: Season 2, Episode 8 — "Woods"

The latest installment of Robbin’ Season sees the show go to a darker-than-expected place — literally as well as psychologically.

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Atlanta Review: Season 2, Episode 7 — "Champagne Papi"

It’s all a simulation, man. It’s all fake.

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Atlanta Review: Season 2, Episode 6 — "Teddy Perkins"

Headtrips over deviled eggs. Can you dig it?

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Atlanta Review: Season 2, Episode 5 — "Barbershop"

There’s plenty of truth to the fact that when your barber is good – even when he or she isn’t even busy – they always make you wait.

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Atlanta Review: Season 2 Episode 4 — "Helen"

Earn and Van take a trip to a strange little German town in the North Georgia mountains -- in the appropriately named White County.

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Atlanta Review: Season 2, Episode 3 — "Money Bag Shawty"

There was only so much longer Atlanta could front like it wasn’t going to take us to one of the city’s famous “shoe-modeling establishments.”

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Atlanta Review: Season 2, Episode 2 — "Sportin' Waves"

Donald Glover & co. turn up the satire with another amazing episode.

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Atlanta Review: Season 2, Episode 1 — "Alligator Man"

Throughout this season premiere, "Atlanta" has moments of hilarity, but is also heartfelt and heart-dropping.

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