The "Amazing Miss Mizel" series is definitely one of the best and most popular Amazon Prime TV series ever made and aired by this service. The series, which also won a Golden Globe Award for its leading female role in a comedy series, is so well-made, colorful and glazed that it can easily fascinate any viewer with its beautiful fictional world and fascinating characters.
- Criticism The fourth season of "The Amazing Miss Mizel" series; Fairy Tale
At the moment of publishing this article, four seasons of the series are available to the audience, and the good news for its fans is that the production of the series has been extended for the fifth season. Critics have written about the TV series many times and praised it from various angles - both technically and in terms of acting. In this article, we are going to introduce 8 of the best and worst episodes of this series from the point of view of IMDb site users. Let's start.
1. Season 4, Episode 4 (Intresting People on Christopher street)
- IMDb score To the series: 7.7 out of 10
With a score of 7.7, the fourth episode of the fourth season of the series is in the first place in the list of the worst. In this episode, we see that Maj is pressuring Walford manager Boise to improve and increase the club's meager income. May continues to resist meeting with Joel's parents, and Michael Kessler's lawyer assures Abe and Usher that there is no federal case against them, but the FBI wants to interview Ando before closing the case. Asher and Abe, who are guests at Meige's house for dinner, talk about the memories of their youth and radicalism at that time. In the middle of the conversation, Abe suddenly remembers that Usher and Rose had been in a relationship for a short time, which made him feel uncomfortable. A companion in his life can help him. So he takes her to a dating club to find a suitable partner, but the idea does not sit well with him and makes him angry. Abe, on the other hand, is still sensitive to Rose's previous relationship and discusses Asher in her meetings with him. Out of resentment, he then involves Usher in another riot to open a new case against him. Abe and Asher's arguments and conflicts encourage Usher to write new plays. At the end of the episode, while Mage improves Walford's overall performance, Sophie Lennon asks Susie to rebuild her ruined career.
Season One, Episode 5 (Donik)
- IMDb Score: 8 Out of 10
, the fifth episode of the first season received a score of 8 from the users of the IMDb website, which is not a bad score at all, but it is a bit low for a series with this level of quality. Also, the mentioned episode has the lowest score among all the broadcast episodes of the series. The events of this episode mostly revolve around Meige and her work moments in the barber shop counter. He makes new friends while working, and the viewer must watch Mej associate with them. Also, the scenes that focus on his work are not interesting at all. Now that he is successful in stand-up comedy, he needs money to continue his career; Money that can be obtained independently and without financial assistance from others. Having a hand in hairdressing, she works to save money by working in a hairdressing salon to make the continuation of the path she has started smoother.
3. Season 3, Part 2 (! It's the Sixties, Man)
- score IMDb to Movie: 8.2 out of 10
It seems that making the second part in each season is one of the hardest things to do. In the second part of the third season of the series, Susie meets Sophie Lennon as a new client, Joel meets a girl from the Chinatown, and Abe joins the Beatenix movement (Beat movement, meaning disillusioned with society, one of those American artists). It is possible that in the mid-fifties they focused on radical politics and hip-hop music, with their headquarters in New York and San Francisco. The introduction of this number of new characters may have disappointed fans who had been counting down the years to the third season to re-encounter and reminisce about their favorite characters. Probably for these reasons, this episode is not very popular with fans of the series, and the low score of the series is proof of this.
4. Season One, Episode 4 (The Dissapointment of the Dionne quintuplets)
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.3 out of 10
With 8.3 out of "Debt Five Debates Disappointment" definitely has the best score of all There are no episodes of the series and naturally it is on the list of the worst. This episode shows Mage as Joel leaves her and she has to come to terms with her loneliness and new circumstances. She also learns from Susie what comedy conditions are like in New York and how she has to prepare for the stage. Although none of the episodes of "The Amazing Miss Mizel" deserve the label of the worst, episodes like this are on our list of the worst because of the lack of interesting scenes and the weakness of the story drama.
5. Season 2, Episode 3 (The Punishment Room)
- IMDb rating for movie : 8.3 out of 10
This part of the series, like the previous part of the list, has a score of 8.3 from users and is the first part of the second season to introduce we will pay. This episode, known as the "Punishment Room," is about Mayge helping her friend Mary, who is very excited about getting ready for her wedding party. It was not much fun for him and that is why this episode did not receive a high score. Of course, the high score of 8.3 of the series shows that this episode is not bad at all, it is only a little less in competition with other beautiful episodes of this season.
6. Season 3, Episode 7 (Marvelous Radio)
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.3 out of 10
"Amazing Radio!", "Amazing Mrs. Mizel!" What a pleasant resemblance. The radio is as wonderful and magical for its fans as it is for Ms. Mizel. In the final episode of Season Three, viewers see May and Susie waiting for the Shay Baldwin Tour to return to the road in an attempt to receive radio broadcasts. Apparently, fans of the series have enjoyed the events of the tour a little more than the adventures of the Mayge campaign in New York in the third season. In this episode, viewers become acquainted with Bryce, Meig's nephew. A character who is humorous and deserves more attention from the creators as well as the audience.
7. Season One, Episode 6 (Mrs. X at the Gaslight)
- score IMDb to Movie: 8.4 out of 10
Another episode of the first season that is on the list of worst. With a score of 8.4, "Mrs. X in the gas light" has a relatively good score overall, but the presence of three parts 4, 5 and 6 in this list shows that this three-part extension is not a toothpick and has attracted the attention of the audience. Failed. In this episode, we see Mej's satire and see him perform his comedy roles for them at dinner parties he goes to with his friends. Susie, however, does not seem very pleased with Mage's progress and is a little jealous of her. The storyline in this episode deviates a bit from its original course, but it still has some funny and amusing moments.
8. Season 2, Episode 1 (Simone)
- IMDb rating for movie: 8 4. Out of 10
Starting a new season in any series can be a bit tricky and challenging, especially if the series also has a lot of fans, because it has to start a new direction. And specify what is happening after the end of last season and what adventures are going to be presented to the audience. Maybe that's why "Simone" has suffered a slight decline, or rather a recession, and like the previous few episodes, has received a low score of 8.4. In this part, Meige has managed to go on stage for the first time abroad and achieve great success. During this incident, Susie is confronted with the fact that she is not very famous in the world of comedy and that Meige has progressed much more than him. Compared to the other bad episodes, this episode gets a higher score, but since it sets the basis for the series to continue the season, it has a slower and less exciting process than the rest of the series, which makes the audience tired.
The best Episodes
Examining eight of the worst episodes of the series, we saw that even these episodes did not get very low scores, and perhaps the audience's expectations from this successful series are high. In the following, we will review the best episodes of this series.
1. Season 2, Season 7 (look, She Made a Hat)
- score IMDb to Movie: 8.7 out of 10
Many episodes of the series that have received high ratings among IMDb website users are from Season 2, which due to the growth of the series in This chapter is not far off in terms of both the number of audiences and the positive reviews of critics. In this part, Meige is still in contact with Benjamin. They go sightseeing together in the city and Benjamin shows the art scenes of the city. Also in this episode, Mizel and Wiseman on the occasion of "Yom Kippur" (the holiest celebration The most religious and sacred day in the Hebrew calendar (meaning the day of forgiveness of sins and the day of complete forgiveness) are gathered together, which coincides with the anniversary of May's separation from Joel. The simultaneity of these two occasions creates fun moments in the series and promotes the drama of the story.
2. Season 3, Episode 5 (It's Comedy or Cabbage)
- IMDb rating Movie: 8.9 out of 10
A section on feminine inclinations and femininity in a culture that sees women only as a commodity to satisfy masculine desires and has no value for dreams and desires. He does not believe it.
This section has received a score of 8.9 from the site users due to its eye-catching visual effects and flawless script that makes the audience laugh a lot without overwork. The trade-offs between Mage and Shay are so-called, and not only do they not divert the series from the main subject, but they also help to advance the story. This episode interestingly deals with the newly formed friendship between Meige and a single mother named Carol. Carol gives Mayg a deeper insight into life on the road and how isolating it can be, and also reminds her that she's more valuable as a woman than she thinks she should be, and that she must watch out for the moment she falls in love on the road.
3. Season 3, Episode 8 (A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo)
- IMDb rating for the movie: 9 out of 10
A part with a much different atmosphere than what is going on in the overall atmosphere of the series. Perhaps the relatively high rating of this episode is due to the fact that it portrays the facts correctly and artistically shows how upset they are when each character is told that some of their worst dreams are true.
Maj after receiving performance advice The concert is canceled by Shay and he naively introduces himself to the audience as a person with homosexual tendencies. He, who seems satisfied with his performance and since everything is not going well in his skin, is suddenly faced with the news that he can no longer perform. He also finds out that he lost the house he had taken back for the Mizel family, of which he was proud, because of the problem of gambling addiction, which was getting worse by the day. This episode is a bit difficult to watch due to the relatively bitter events that take place in it. At this point in Ms. Mizel's life, everything is happening except good things.
Season Four, Episode 8 (? How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall)
- IMDb rating for the series: 9.1 out of 10
The last episode of this series, which aired on March 11, 2022, almost two months ago, received a very good rating from users. And in a way, it has ended well. This episode begins while Moshe is hospitalized unconscious after a heart attack. Abe, who does not dislike this subject too much, writes an early condolence ad in the hope that he will inherit it from Moshe, which creates funny moments. He apologizes for the way he treated her before. He also compensates for his behavior by recommending Meige to play Tony Bennett's opening role in Copacabana. At the same time, Moshe regains consciousness and is released from the hospital with the relative recovery he has received, and he is deeply affected by seeing the condolence ad that Abe had made for him. Moshe decides to become a Jew before Joel tells his mother about him.
We see below that all the tickets to Lenny's performance have been sold out at Carnegie Hall, but Meige does not accept Lenny's request to perform on his behalf. Lenny blames Meig for rejecting Tony Bennett and other concerts, telling him not to be afraid of failure, to have self-confidence, and to start performing. The fourth season ends with "The Amazing Mrs. Michelle" watching Gordon Ford's show.
5. Chapter Two, Episode 10 (All Alone)
- IMDb rating for movie: 9.1 out of 10
This episode, known as "We Are All Alone", is the first on the list of the best to reach a stunning 9.1 rating. Since this is the ending of the second season, it is not surprising that it is full of excitement and many events. In this episode, the writers of the series have tried to quench the audience's thirst for waiting and finding answers in the third season by posing various challenges and questions, which we must say have been quite successful.
In this episode, we still do not know whether Benjamin and Meige will have a future together or not, although it seems that their relationship is over. There are also questions about Susie and whether she will manage Sophie Lennon. These are just a small part of what the viewer finds by answering them in the third chapter You will be amazed at them.
Season One, Episode 8 (Thank You and Good Night)
- IMDb score To the movie: 9.1 out of 10
"Thank you and good night" is the only part of the first season that has received one of the highest scores. With a score of 9.1, this is the only part of the first season that reaches the range of 9 points and even higher. This is the part where Mig and Susie have to come to terms with the bad things that Mig said about Sophie Lennon in one of his performances, and come to terms with the truth that he revealed about her, and make the case a bit of a mess. The episode also challenges living conditions for Meige and her father, as Rose - Meige's mother - who she thinks has lost enough of them, decides to leave them for a quieter life and move to Paris. p>
7. Season Two, Episode 9 (Vote for Kennedy, Vote for Kennedy)
- IMDb Movie Score: 9.2 out of 10
This episode, called "Slowly, Slowly," has an excellent 9.2. As the last episode of Season Two, the action series is hot and Maj's career is still growing. Unfortunately, even though everything is going well, Meige's past does not give up and she is always chasing him along the way. This section also discusses the presence of water in Bell Labs.
8. Chapter Two, Episode 5 (Midnight at the Concord)
- IMDb score Movie: 9.3 out of 10
The part that has received the highest score in this series so far is a bit unexpected. Instead of scoring one point at the end of a season, it quietly scores from the middle of Season Two. We see the art of the band members. No part of the fourth season has won this point yet, but even if it does, it will still not lose its Amazing place.