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Rachel has finally broken up with her ex-boyfriend, so Dev decides to invite her to a trip to Nashville.


Aziz Ansari


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Episode credited cast:
Aziz Ansari ... Dev
Noël Wells ... Rachel
Eric Wareheim ... Arnold
Lena Waithe ... Denise
Jake Speck Jake Speck ... Timothy
Bobby Tisdale ... Lathram Lee
Joshua Hedley Joshua Hedley ... Fletcher
Doug Trapp Doug Trapp ... Roger
Samuel Whited Samuel Whited ... Steve
Bob Johnson ... Leonard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kerry Graul Kerry Graul ... Restaurant Sidewalk Customer
Danny Mitchell Danny Mitchell ... Bar Patron
Rachel Mae Moore Rachel Mae Moore ... Hotel Clerk
Jeromy Nichols Jeromy Nichols ... Bar Patron
Ashley North ... Traveler Rocker


Rachel has finally broken up with her ex-boyfriend, so Dev decides to invite her to a trip to Nashville.

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Release Date:

6 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


As Dev and Arnold are walking through the mirrored hallway in the beginning of the episode, the theme music from Twin Peaks (1990) can be heard playing. See more »


[first lines]
Arnold: Dude, these bathrooms are so amazing. I love when restaurants splurge on those premium hand dryers. I feel like I'm drying my hands in the future.
Dev: Oh, and that fancy soap? - Mm. - My hands smell like geraniums. It's amazing. Hey, so I was thinking about this. You know in that 8 Mile song, Eminem raps, There is no movie. There's no Mekhi Phifer. But it is a movie. And Mekhi Phifer's there. He's there.
Arnold: Uh-uh. That's where you're wrong. He's writing it from the perspective of Eminem ...
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There You Go
Written and performed by Johnny Cash
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Nashville rocks!
1 January 2016 | by onion_bumsSee all my reviews

This episode focuses entirely on the relationship between Rachel and Dev. It has some good jokes and funny moments but it is less hilarious than the other episodes I have seen.

It develops the bond between Rachel and Dev. And they have awesome chemistry. Ansari and Wells are doing an excellent job. It rarely feels fake. I'm waiting to see where this goes. This episode goes far in terms of character development.

I'm not a big fan of romantic stuff but this episode is really cute.

P.S. Haven't seen Brian in a while. What's up with him?

Watch out for ghost koala bears!

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