The most entertaining and funnest B.M. thus far. This one is a EXACT refection of our society back upon us, and the image a glaring one. (Would of gave it 4stars if it wasn't for the last 12-15 mins that it kicks into overdrive and becomes cringeworthy and retardedly over the top in tone)
2.4 stars. Strikes that curious tone betwixt sneering and compassion that also characterises the more fun anthology show 'Inside No 9'. This felt too thinly sketched to last an hour, though the central conceit of the title is a worthy social observation worth making. It also applies to capital! See: Sam Vimes' Theory of Economic Injustice.
Some say this is a hysterical overreaction to social media, some feel it like Christmas dinner... I'm in the latter camp, watching Lacy's descent into the "lower depths" of the fictional shlocky rating system everyone is tied to is cathartic, as she goes from bad to worse in an absurd situation (no shortage of those, these days), the actual human connection, at the end, however ambivalent, marks this as a top episode