Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the creators and stars of Broad City, are the anti-heroines of modern-day New York. Broke, stuck in menial jobs, and disastrously clueless when it comes to dating, the duo’s hit Comedy Central series often sheds a hilarious and more realistic depiction of what it’s like for young, single women trying to make it in the Big Apple—than say, Girls. Ahead of tomorrow’s much anticipated second season premiere, here are ten life lessons we learned from watching Broad City.
1. Always know the return policy of a store.
2. Be wary of a listing that describes an apartment as “railroad style.”
3. Sometimes being under 25 isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
4. Cocktail names are often ridiculous.
5. Bidets are classy.
6. Don’t just wait for guys to ask you out . . . or maybe do.
7. Penn Station can sometimes bring on the end of a relationship.
8. The Upper East Side is a horrible, vapid wasteland.
9. Gum is actually disgusting.
10. If everyone gets off at a subway stop, you probably should, too.