In the best scene of any California pandemic-era entertainment to date, a middle-aged man named Roy (played by J.K. Simmons) sits in his Irvine backyard and advises Nyles (Andy Samberg) on coping with an unthinkable apocalyptic reality.
“I mean, it doesn’t get any better than that,” Roy says, surveying his suburban idyll in Orange County’s great master-planned community. “You’ve gotta find your Irvine.”
Nyles, who is in existential despair, is dubious. “I don’t have an Irvine.”
“We all have an Irvine,” Roy says.
The apocalypse, for Roy and Nyles—characters in the genre-bending sci-fi comedy …