Sarah Cooper was enjoying a career at Google, which is still a dream for many, but Sarah realized that she can do much more than that and spread more joy by making fun of the people who make fun of themselves. She was in the comedy since 2014, and she also wrote books like How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men’s Feelings and 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings based on her time in the tech company. Cooper gained popularity this year thanks to quarantine culture and Donald Trump when Sarah began uploading her lip-syncing Donald Trump videos on TikTok and Twitter. Yeah, we know, there are two types of people who absolutely loved her lip-syncing videos and the others who don’t understand what the hell is she doing so unique that is making her so popular! With the pace at which her popularity was increasing, it seemed like she would be invited to Saturday Night Live as the show shares similar interests, lampooning of Trump currently. Well, she didn’t get a call from SNL, but the streaming giant indeed gave her a ticket to tenfold her popularity.
On 23rd October, Sarah Cooper took the Twitter and posted the image from her lip-sync video of Donald Trump and the official poster of her upcoming variety special. The tweet said, “how it started and how it’s going”; she indeed has come a long way but is the show good enough to make people laugh and help her move forward?
Everything’s fine: What is it?
Sarah Cooper’s parodies of Donald Trump made her into a social media sensation; she has got the opportunity to expand her approach and take it to the next level. Sarah Cooper’s Everything’s Fine feature her as a host of a morning show titled Everything’s Fine. The show highlights how she is slowly going mad and frustrated from the inside. She has to maintain a fake smile on her face and tell the viewers that everything is fine while the world is crumbling due to the pandemic.
Everything’s Fine: Who’s in it?
The show is star-studded, which is another reason more people are gonna watch it. The comedians and celebrities that appear in the show include Jordan Black, Fred Armisen, Marcella Arguello, Tommy Davidson, Connie Chung, Danielle Brooks, Jon Hamm, Whoopi Goldberg, Jane Lynch. The list is undoubtedly long; others are- Helen Mirren, Aubrey Plaza, Eddie Pepitone, Megan Thee Stallion, Winona Ryder, Marisa Tomei, Ben Stiller, and Jonathan Vas Ness. Some of them appear as themselves, but most of them come in character. Natasha Lyonne directed the 49-minutes variety special along with Rudolph, Paula Pell (her longtime writer pal), and Daniel Powell ad the executive producers.
Everything’s Fine: Review!
Landing almost a week before the elections, Everything’s Fine, can have an impact on people’s mindset as it does not only makes you laugh but also make you think. For some people enjoying the show might not be the correct words as 49 minutes could be dark and uncomfortable. It is undoubtedly funny, but it won’t necessarily make someone who faced hard times during the pandemic laugh! However, sooner or later, your friends might share the best bits of the show with you, so why not watch it now, before the elections! Overall, Everything’s Fine is a reminder to everyone that the present situation is most certainly not fine! The sheer absurdity of the show makes it worth watching. Everything’s fine is now streaming on Netflix!