This is sorta like <em>Cobra Kai</em> in that you'll probably come across it on Netflix one day and be like "How the hell is this even a show?" And then you remember you live in a world where something called <em>Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles</em> is inextricable from the cultural fabric after almost 40 years of constant refreshing and rebooting, and suddenly "teenaged bounty hunters" doesn't seem <em>that</em> outlandish. That's when you click on it and realize, much like <em>Cobra Kai</em>, the show is <em>so</em> much better than it had any right to be. <em>Teenage Bounty Hunters</em> isn't just the serio-comic misadventuring of two Christian-schooled girls and old-Dwayne Wayne from <em>A Different World</em>. It's <em>also</em> a pretty pointed skewering of religion and institutional oppression, while <em>also</em> being a solid coming-of-age (and coming-out) story at the same time. It's almost like <em>Gilmore Girls</em> and <em>Veronica Mars</em> were successfully fused together. But with Dwayne Wayne in it, too!