Because, aviously…

Love Season 2 picks up right where Season 1 left off.

Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) and Gus (Paul Rust) are fighting the urge to take things to the next level, which would play into Mickey’s flaws and addictions.
Mickey is struggling to do things differently than normal in hopes of a positive outcome.

I kind of want this show to be my life…honesty in relationships, figuring things out together, and just life pushing along.

Gus and Mickey deal with commitment issues, separation anxiety, and checklists to check in and work on staying together (maybe with a little help from Addictive Thinking by Rabbi Abraham Twerski).

The humor and style may not be for everyone, but this show speaks to me, and I give Season 2 a step up from the first, and it gets an 8 out of 10.

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