The balance between serious social commentary and light humor is very well done. The pacing is great and the twist in the story is out of nowhere, which I loved.
What I didn't like
At times, it was hard to tell where the characters were. They would be in the factory one moment, and then a slight movement would indicate a complete change of location. However, they worked around the venue in the best way possible, and the dialog was clear enough to overcome this.
My overall impression
This show is poignant, hilarious, terrifying, and sweet. The acting is very good, and Blake McCormack especially is wonderfully versatile in his different roles. The Masher reflects on our misogynistic society and the vastly different lens that women observe it through. Deeply emotional in the midst of a mysterious plot, The Masher keeps you intrigued and concerned for the characters throughout.