You're The Worst: The Complete Second Season
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In the second hilarious season of this audacious and witty comedy series, music biz PR rep Gretchen (Aya Cash) and struggling novelist Jimmy (Chris Geere) move in together. As domestic and career challenges take their toll on the cynical couple, Gretchen’s depression inspires her to stalk her more together neighbors. And a visit from Jimmy’s trashy, unsupportive family proves that for all his faults, Jimmy’s the classiest one of the bunch. Meanwhile, Edgar (Desmin Borges) engages in the world’s most annoying art form — improve comedy — and Paul (Allan McLeod) leaves Lindsay (Kether Donohue), while part of him stays behind.
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Season 2 was simply amazing. When they wanted to, they could still get some amazing comedy in similar ways -- there was one bit in S2E1 where I laughed so hard I could barely breathe. Just thinking about it makes me laugh now. They also added some real depth to the characters, and went some great places there, both as new sources for humor and to some deeper emotional moments in places.
They also had an extended portrait of depression that was so amazingly honest. People who are just in it for the humor may be put off a bit, because it goes to some serious places and refuses to offer up easy answers. But if depression is something that is a part of your life (as it is mine), it was just so amazing to see something like this treated with this kind of understanding. And there's a scene from the end of episode 12 that's just so beautiful and emotional and amazing and, well, perfect. If that sounds like your kind of thing, I can't recommend this show highly enough.
There are so many ads on each episode. 6 different ads for FXX shows on every purchased episode sucks. It's the worst.