tek's rating: ½

M.O.D.O.K., on Hulu
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When A.I.M. goes bankrupt, MODOK (Patton Oswalt) is forced to sell his company to another company called Grumbl. He now works for a guy named Austin, whom he wishes he could kill. At the same time, his wife, Jodie, announces that she wants a divorce. Eventually we learn of an evil force behind Grumbl, the nature of which I don't want to spoil. Also, a college-age version of MODOK time travels to the present to try and change history, I guess? He doesn't like what a loser he's become in his future, anyway. And he believes the reason his future self never achieved his goals of conquering the world and creating a utopia is that he was distracted by his family, which aside from Jodie includes their 17-year-old daughter, Melissa (Melissa Fumero from Brooklyn Nine-Nine), and 12-year-old son, Lou. There's also an employee of AIM named Monica, who is MODOK's rival for the position of Scientist Supreme.

Well, I'm leaving out almost all the details of the show. A lot happens, and it's all fairly redonkulous, in a fun and amusing way. But I don't know what else to say about the show. Except I hope it gets a second season.

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