It feels like a lifetime since we were last privy to the adventures of Abbi & Ilana—Broad City's third season ended in April 2016, and a lot's changed in the last 17 months. Tonight (Wednesday), Broad City returns, and in keeping with the times, it appears we can expect this season to be a bit "darker."

It's actually literally darker. Though Broad City's always been a sweet summer child, Season 4 takes place in the winter. That (probably) means Ilana has to swap out her short-sleeved crop tops for long-sleeved ones, but also, as creators Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer told Entertainment Weekly, the weather mellows out the vibe. "In winter, you tend to get a little bit more sad and a little bit more, 'What am I doing with my life?'" Jacobson told the outlet. "These characters are getting older, and when you’re in your mid to late 20s, you’re like, 'What do I do?'"

Glazer and Jacobson also note this season will be more political now that Donald Trump is president, not that it's going to be All Trump All The Time. "Sometimes in these interviews, I wonder if we’re putting out this thing that every episode is going to be Trump-related, and it’s not. It’s just sort of like an overall tone shift that is happening with everyone," Jacobson said. "If you aren’t woke to these issues, now you have to be, or you are more than ever, or you’re trying more than ever to be more aware and more conscious to whatever’s going on."

And, Jacobson noted, Broad City deals with "wokeness" in its own way. "There’s humor to be had in people just trying to be woke," she said. "Like, I love that Ilana’s headboard is completely [covered in] protest posters. It’s stuff like that."

The season kicks off on Comedy Central tonight at 10:30 p.m., and it'll be online on Comedy Central's website in the morning. You can catch up on last season on Hulu, and be sure to check out our roundup of the first season's best NYC moments here.