BINGE WATCH: BAKED, the misadventures of 3 roomies in Delhi
If you’ve already watched Season 1 of Baked, you’ve probably been waiting eagerly for the past year and a half for Season 2. And here it is finally, in all it’s glory.
For those of you who haven’t heard of the web series before, sit tight. Baked, like the name suggests, is not something to be taken seriously. It delivers exactly what it promises – a little more than 20 minutes of entertainment each episode. Three college students in Delhi who’re living in the same apartment decide to start a night-time food delivery business called Baked, and this is the base for most of the episodes, serving as the catalyst that thrusts them into comedic situations.
It does not, however, come without its own share of sublime jokes about the current state of our society. Each character in the show is a walking stereotype, almost to the point that it’s satirical. And because of that, it’s easy to look at each character and say, “hey, I know someone just like that.”
So if you’re looking for something to binge watch without actually sitting in front of your laptop for the whole night (a season of Baked takes only two and a half hours to complete), you’re welcome.
Catch up with the first season here.