Critic Consensus: In its sophomore season Love treads the balance between comedy and drama with greater confidence, going deeper into the endearing, frustrating, delightfully realistic relationship of Mickey and Gus.
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This isn't a show you watch for its deep and intricate plotting. It's an exercise in character, one that happens to feature some truly exciting personalities.
Oftentimes, it feels like the only reason they are together is because both of them want to make something work in their life, which might not make for the most romantic TV show, but it does ring true to anyone that has done similarly in their own lives.
Both Rust and Jacobs are likable actors, and we root for Gus and Mickey even if they're not the best people, to themselves or others.
We still love and loathe both characters, but for slightly different reasons.
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