Critic Consensus: "Coushatta" sensitively highlights the aches of relationships, most effectively accentuating Jimmy and Kim's uneasy arc.
Critic reviews for Coushatta
It's the underlying unease that has always driven this show forward and made it so very relatable to its audience, despite being so specific with its world-building.
A remarkable thing in the era of "Big Moment TV," and in an episode that doesn't have a cliffhanger, where no one gets married, no one has a baby, no one overthrows a government, and no one dies...
The true joy in "Coushatta" comes from the Jimmy and Kim plotline. It unfolds with invigorating confidence, taking us on a journey with as satisfying a conclusion as this show's ever had.
There is a heightened aura of tragic inevitability surrounding Kim...
Chock-full of witty schemes, layered performances, tense showdowns, and alternating gut-busting and heart-wrenching scenes, "Coushatta" is a distillation of this show's key components and feels like a real series turning point.
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