Whereas season 2 explores Lil Dicky on a “psychological degree” — as Dave Burd identified, “it actually climaxes with me speaking to my very own innermost enlightened model of myself” — season 3 will probably be extra “observational,” specializing in Dave’s outer world.
Regardless of this shift, “Dave” will stay a “reflection” of Burd’s personal viewpoint. “I feel I am ready the place what do I do know higher than my very own perspective?” he defined. “So I attempt to stick with that as a result of that is actually the one factor I’m an professional at, is my very own ideas.”
Within the finale of season 2, GaTa joins Lil Dicky onstage in a second of “catharsis” after a season of “internal private strife” and “buil[t] up angst and opposition,” as Burd put it. Dave is lastly now not at odds together with his closest good friend, however that does not imply that battle has left his life.
Season 3 will dive into some unprecedented territory for the collection, however one key idea will information the complete season. “We’re occurring to those completely different locations, however I feel this season, I feel that the core theme is fame,” Burd revealed, “my character’s and GaTa’s character’s quest for it and what it means, and the way everybody needs fame.”
It would look like a well-recognized concept, however simply because it is well-liked doesn’t suggest that it has been totally examined. Fame has come to imply one thing totally new previously decade or two, and there is loads of room for brand new artwork that takes a novel crack on the quest for reputation within the age of social media. “We dwell in a time now the place I really feel, with social media, everybody needs to be well-known, and it is like, why?” Burd requested.