One Mississippi: Season 2 (2017)

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Season 2
One Mississippi

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Tig Notaro balances personal and political storytelling with tenderness and warmth in One Mississippi's even stronger -- yet darker -- second season.

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Critic Ratings: 15

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User Ratings: 55

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Episodes

Air date: Sep 8, 2017

Hoping to get more intimate with Kate, Tig attends a party at her New Orleans apartment; Bill is oblivious to the attentions of an admirer; Remy makes a joke that leads to a political disagreement with a lady friend.

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Air date: Sep 8, 2017

Tig goes on a complicated date; Bill connects with a woman in his office building; Remy meets someone at church; a mysterious crystal brings the family together.

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Air date: Sep 8, 2017

Tig and Kate deal with negative reactions to their radio show, which leads to a career opportunity for them; Remy and Bill attend an emotionally charged party at the senior center; Tig and Kate's relationship deepens when they go fishing.

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Air date: Sep 8, 2017

Kate pulls back but may be jealous of Tig's chemistry with an attractive musician; Bill and Remy separately try to rise to challenges presented by dating Felicia and Desiree.

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Air date: Sep 8, 2017

Tig grows frustrated by the impossibility of a relationship with Kate and withdraws; Kate has a disturbing encounter at work; Remy hosts a dinner at Bill's house, which has an unexpectedly long guest list.

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Air date: Sep 8, 2017

Thwarted in an attempt to deal with their uncomfortable work situation, Tig tells a powerful personal story on-air; Bill makes an impression on Felicia's family when they attend a wedding; Tig and Kate reach a new place in their relationship.

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Cast & Crew

Tig Notaro
Tig

Actor
Noah Harpster
Remy

Actor
John Rothman
Bill

Actor
Sheryl Lee Ralph
Felicia Hollingsworth

Actor
Stephanie Allynne
Kate

Actor
Carly Jibson
Desiree

Actor
Louis C.K.
Executive Producer
Diablo Cody
Executive Producer
Tig Notaro
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Critic Reviews for One Mississippi: Season 2

Audience Reviews for One Mississippi: Season 2

  • Feb 25, 2022
    Overall, I like the show and Tig Nogaro. Season 2 gets more political which I don't appreciate whether it comes from the right or the left. Mostly, this is because it really isn't necessary in most cases. I think Tig just wants to make political statements in the show and therefore finds ways to insert them into the script. A Vietnamese character becomes a love interest for her brother. Of course, this leads to racist remarks which then has to lead to the question of "Who did you vote for?" and criticism of the President at that time. It just isn't necessary and you could just as easily make disparaging comments about politicians on the left but she doesn't. I think this is an unfortunate state of bigotry in the media today.
  • Jun 11, 2020
    loving this show its a classic
  • Apr 07, 2020
    Amazing show, raising many taboo and unspoken topics in a fine cinematography.
  • Feb 27, 2018
    Best show I have seen in years. Bring on Season 3!!!
  • Dec 17, 2017
    The sophomore year for One Mississippi is just as strong as the initial one, and at times even eclipses it. Tig Notaro remains as singular a character as ever (admittedly to the point that the show's other characters can feel bland in comparison), and her show truly captures her unique world view. It's also certainly a different world than in had been in season 1 (prior to the election), and One Mississippi seems poised to confront issues such as bigotry and sexual harassment, and it always does this with tach and aplomb. Despite the dark material, the show still has a resonant feel-good vibe to it, and Tig and Kate's relationship make for one of the sweetest same-sex pairings you're likely to find on American TV. With the show's future being in a grey area due to Louis C.K.'s involvement as a producer, here's hoping that this isn't the last season for this distinct half-hour of subversive comedy.

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