Big Mouth: Season 2 (2018)


Season 2
Big Mouth

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Poignantly repulsive, Big Mouth continues to confront the awkwardness of adolescence with foul-mouthed glee and an added layer of maturity.

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Critic Ratings: 33

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Episodes

Air date: Oct 5, 2018

Andrew struggles to blend in after a growth spurt, Nick worries his hormones are out of whack, and Jessi and Jay get a taste of the teen runaway life.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018

A classmate's booming bosom sends the boys into a rapture -- and leaves the girls with a raging case of insecurity; Coach Steve drops a bombshell.

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As Nick tries to figure out whether he has a shot with Gina, a mortifying encounter with Leah sends Andrew into a spiral of shame.

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Coach Steve finally gets his chance to do sex on a lady; Nick and Andrew go on a double date; Jessi's rebellious streak leads to big trouble.

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An argument in sex ed class turns into a skit-tastic journey through the worlds of Planned Parenthood, contraceptives and STDs.

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Jessi and Nick dip into her dad's stash of edibles, with mind-bending results; Andrew searches for the right moment to break up with Lola.

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While helping Greg move into a seedy bachelor complex, the boys and their dads debate what women want -- and what it means to be a man.

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A school sleepover turns messy as Nick dishes on a makeout session and the Shame Wizard works his miserable magic on the whole class.

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Nick tries to lighten the mood at the sleepover with a new twist on Truth or Dare; the Shame Wizard meets his match; Jessi vows to change her ways.

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After traveling through a magic portal to puberty headquarters, Nick seeks out a new Hormone Monster and Jessi bonds with the Depression Kitty.

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Cast & Crew

Nick Kroll
Nick

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John Mulaney
Andrew

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Maya Rudolph
Diane

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Jordan Peele
Ghost of Duke Ellington

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Fred Armisen
Elliot

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Jenny Slate
Missy

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Jessi Klein
Jessi

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David Thewlis
The Shame Wizard

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Critic Reviews for Big Mouth: Season 2

Audience Reviews for Big Mouth: Season 2

  • Nov 09, 2021
    [⭐️85%] Following on from the great concept in its first season, season two takes it to new heights, offering up more hilarious yet important avenues. This time around the writers knew what people liked about its opening season and doubled down on it, making for such a random series of events. There was more of a variety of comedy as well, not just crude humour but also plenty of references as breaking the fourth wall by mentioning Netflix. Everybody has struggled with puberty, but season two also tackles elements that not everyone has experienced, problems with your family life. It is dealt with in an encouraging way to provide awareness to it, capping off an improvement over the first season.
  • Sep 11, 2021
    (all seasons) Boasting excellent voice work (Maya Rudolph is fantastic), great original songs and memorable characters, including personified portrayals of hormones, depression and anxiety, "Big Mouth" tackles puberty in a funny, unique, inclusive and occasionally heart-warming, resonant way. Still, parts of it seem jarringly far-fetched given that the protagonists are 7th graders, some of the supporting characters are rather gimmicky and neither repetition nor quality dips are avoided throughout the seasons.
  • May 30, 2021
    Mhe, not my type of humor. 55%
  • Feb 08, 2021
    Rlly funny loved the first season, the second season is still irreverent and outright gross humour but still gets stagnant at times.
  • Jan 09, 2021
    el doble de diversión.
  • Dec 20, 2020
    Why this is rude so sexy I like it
  • Dec 10, 2020
    I think that Season 2 of Big Mouth is as good as the first season, and maybe even be better! This show is one of my favorite shows of all time, and will probably stay that way for a LONG time. I finished the fourth season of the show a few days ago, and was not disappointed at all. All the seasons of the show are utterly AMAZING!
  • Nov 03, 2020
    The Shame Lizard needs to be a little different
  • Jun 07, 2020
    More interesting than the first. There are actual plot lines going on. And they are interesting. The humor wasn't as fresh, as in the first one. I would say that Season 1 and Season 2 are on par. Season 2 has a better story, but Season 1 has better comedy.
  • May 01, 2020
    Season 2 of Big Mouth builds on the first - just as funny but the characters develop. There are actually some great messages in there along with the crude stuff.

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