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The friendship between Riley, a Marine combat veteran struggling to readjust to civilian life in Ohio, and Awalmir , the Afghan interpreter who served with his unit and has just arrived to start a new life in America.
"Al" certainly has good intentions. But good intentions aren't enough to make the show a worthy representation of a culture or even a good sitcom. There has to be something more substantial to back them up, and "Al" just doesn't have it.
As well-intentioned as it may be, it's this exact method of presenting authentic, unexplored stories to mainstream audiences in the laziest manner that fails the marginalized community it's trying to depict.