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Fun, dynamic and carefree. A series that has everything to succeed among the average public. However, it suffers from a certain degree of truculence, which at times reaches histrionics. It does not deserve the n1, although it does be in the top 10.
First season was tolerable, second one feels drag and too preachy: long scenes of priest and fleabag. Still watchable, a portrait of fear, grief and love. P.W.Bridge is, brilliant, witty, clever and achingly funny. A safe bet. By the way, not my kind of show. Maybe all too acclaimed.
You see the first season and you think: it's so good that it's inevitable that the second season will be a tad-bit disappointing. And then Phoebe Waller Bridge punches you in the nose with her incredible humor and consoles you with her incredibly heart warming moments. I truly pity anyone who hasn't watched this show!
10/10 writing. great performances.
Season 1 was extremely hard to top, but that's exactly what season 2 does.
The best season 2 comedy I've seen in some time. Brittish humor at it's best.
A very interesting story, looking at simple dynamics in every day life and the way they become complicated so quickly. A fine cinematography that manages to create an pleasant plot while raising valuable points. Many awkward moments that somehow frame the whole series positively.
Even funnier than the first season and more focused, giving a satisfying sense of resolution to the whole wonderful thing.
Live up to season one.
Never judge a show by its title. In ironic Fleabag style, 2 seasons is all we get folks. Bittersweet, much like its leading lady.