William Strauss and Neil Howe coined the word "millennial" in 1987 to distinguish the babies born starting in 1982 who would become the first generation to enter adulthood starting in the year 2000, the new millennium. "'Older millennials,' those born in the early to mid 1980s, are an unusually lost and precarious group: not quite Gen X, but certainly aware of a world before the Internet controlled our lives," says Rachel Syme. "There is a wandering feeling among these thirtysomethings, who, according to a recent financial report, are the most stressed out age group." Symes adds: "While several shows have deftly portrayed millennial misadventures—Girls, Broad City, Insecure, Schitt’s Creek, You’re The Worst, Silicon Valley, Dear White People, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, just to name a few—many of them focus on the meanderings and hustles of the ambitious, younger end of the demographic, go-getters with lofty ambitions who can’t quite seem to bend the world to their hunger. But what about the exhausted, run-down older millennials, those who inherited Gen X’s weary Clerks-esque attitude but couldn’t settle into solid career paths like their elders? The Other Two, which is currently airing its first season on Comedy Central, may be the first great comedy to focus on the thirtysomethings who feel sandwiched between existential ennui and otter memes."