After Jean makes a cringey appearance at school, Otis tries his hand at pleasing Ola – and advising a hapless teacher. Fearless Maeve buckles.
By Gruic on January 22, 2020
After the insult that was the first episode of the season, it's got to be better. But it's not that yet.
The events are much less artificial but still rude. The series wants to use its casting to the maximum, so we continue to find the same characters in an accumulation of improbable situations. Thus, the same character is at the same time a teacher of all subjects, but also a sex teacher, a music teacher, a drama teacher, and it is obviously still the same one who has sexual problems with the only other teacher in the series. There are really so few teachers in a high school?
The show has to be better than that.
That said, I liked a lot of scenes, especially scenes including Adam.
Not bad, better than the last one, but it's not good enough.
After the horrendous precedent episode, it's with a big relief that I discovered this one. Every storyline was interesting. A complete change. Much fewer caricatures (I said fewer).
I give it 5 out of 10. Good.
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