I succumbed to a Black Friday offer for Hulu subscriptions and have been gradually catching up on some shows I’d been curious about. One of those shows is “Reboot,” which premiered in September. It’s a scripted series with a terrific cast—Judy Greer, Rachel Bloom, Keegan-Michael Key, Paul Reiser, Johnny Knoxville—and an amusing premise: “Hulu reboots an early-2000s sitcom, forcing its dysfunctional cast back together.”
In Episode 3, a mini-crisis develops when the reboot’s star, played by Key, gets a little too Method-y in a bedroom scene. For the retake, a solution is presented: a vajoga.
“This is called a vajoga”: Lawrence Pressman as Jerry the director