I thought they really managed to handle the humor well. It didn't feel dated or forced to me at all, outside of keeping with the aesthetic they reference. I liked that when things grew calmer or more grounded this sense of things being off would settle in. I also think it is absolutely ridiculous that in this day and age we still have series with episodes released weekly. (From the viewer's perspective of course, for them it's good business.) It is good that things are broken into episodes so that we can better manage when to pause, but there is a reason why Netflix caught up the way it did. It did something that already made sense for people, and that is the option to watch as much as they want to, when they want to. Like, I can't do anything about it, I'll wait, but at the same time people who appreciate taking their time between episodes could still do it even if I had the option to watch it all in one go. I always feel like my connection to the material is diminishing by the week when following the weekly format, unless it's something lighthearted like those series where each episode follows the exact same structure and continuity hardly matters.