The Pfefferman’s are back and heading to Israel, for speaking engagements, escapes from reality, and to get in touch with their religious sides.
But when Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) discovers his long dead father may still be alive, and a “Cool Guy” on top of that, the search into their lives gets a little deeper.
Meanwhile, Ali (Gaby Hoffmann) is exploring Israeli/Palestinian relations, from a one-sided point of view. Sarah (Amy Landecker) is trying to figure out what divorce means, as she’s still kind of with her ex Len, all while making friends with Lila, played by Arrested Developments’ Maeby, Alia Shawkat.
Josh (Jay Duplass) is dealing with his Mom (Judith Light) living with him and testing all his boundaries, including that strange kissing on the lips.
But when all is said and done, the Pfefferman’s are same semi-dysfunctional/semi-functional family that we’ve known since Season 1, but with a more solid determination of who they are as a people. But the show has mellowed out, and I don’t think is as “binge-worthy” as it once was, only getting a 7 out of 10.