Atlanta's episode descriptions are written in the voice of an omniscient hype man, as Clayton Purdom points out. Mr. Robot uses an all-lowercase, acronym- and internet-speak voice, while Westworld is written in character as one of the show's hosts. As Purdom notes, "over the past few years, some of the best shows on television have flagrantly defied the traditional episode description—that terse sentence-or-so description of the main conflict, with maybe a hint toward the B-line, that have accompanied TV listings since time immemorial. The first show I really noticed flouting these convention was Rick And Morty, whose 'broh'-filled episode descriptions sound like recommendations from a skeezy stoner friend."