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While Ray is entertaining the ladies--including the married neighbor with whom he's having an affair--fellow baseball coach Mike (Clark Gregg) is going through a midlife crisis of his own until he meets Frances (Chicago Hope's Roxanne Hart, very good), a widow who thinks he's also a gigolo, a situation Tanya complicates when she takes advice from veteran pimp Charlie (Lennie James). Says Tanya to Ray after Damon (accidentally) tries his first pot-laced pastry, "I'm good in a crisis." Replies Ray, "You are a crisis."
If Hung remains engaging, the second year doesn't make as much of an impact as the first, though Jane and Heche continue to do fine work (Creskoff and Adams come close to caricature at times). As a whole, the series, which was renewed for a third year, feels like it's in a holding pattern, with the exception of Damon, who becomes less off-putting and more sympathetic as he forms an identity separate from his sister, who resents his success. The most notable guest director is Lisa Cholodenko (The Kids Are All Right), who helms "Beaverville," in which Jess spots a furry creature--the four-legged kind--in the basement. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
All of the characters are well realized and it is the ultimate portrait of a modern american family.
I;m so please I biut the second season because the first season was good , but the second season was even better , thank you .
It was basically her getting worse and more neurotic (if that's possible!), Ray in ridiculous or just plain boring situations.
really liked this show hated that it was not renewed for the 3rd season, would have liked to see how it would have ended if given the chance.Published 7 months ago by Louis Bell
Innocent and playful. Helped me get thru the polar vortex. The main actor and jane Adams are good together. It was a funny showPublished 9 months ago by Sarah
"Hung: Season 2" takes the comedy-drama genre series deeper into the psyche of all regular and recurring characters. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nicholas R.W. Henning
Its just so different from other T.V series and so creative!! If your looking for something with a bit different story line then your ordinary series this is the one to go for.Published 15 months ago by Teri Stacey
Why is he still into his ex-wife? I keep watching the show to see if there's something I'm missing other than the fact that they were high school sweethearts who got married and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Nadine
Loved this series, I just wish HBO had decided to continue with a couple more seasons of this show. 5 StarsPublished 21 months ago by Sharyl Jordanger