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Apr 06, 2022so funny. i can't wait for more
Mar 20, 2022Can't wait for season 3.
Aug 02, 2021Second season about at the same level as season 1. Nothing to hate really. It's good go watch it!
Jun 19, 2021The sophomore season of one of the best sitcoms currently airing, is once again a huge success, bringing the strengths of the first season back, while establishing more characters and developing pre-existing ones, as well as world building. This season feels far more comfortable with its identity and knows exactly what it wants to be. The season does suffer from a feeling of being incomplete due to storylines not resolving sufficiently and ending abruptly. The B plot is also weaker this time due to the sudden cut off. 7.5/10
Jun 01, 2021It's better than the first season, but once again...The animation and voice acting is great, but the story's all over the place. The main characters still aren't very interesting (expect for The Pupa), and the only thing that I really liked about the show...Was the things happening inside of the walls. Overall, it's still good and I'll recommend it. Rating: 70%
May 30, 2021RATING: A+ Creator: Justin Roiland & Mike McMahon Solar Opposites Season 2 is again incredibly funny and gory and even gives you stuff to think about. The Voice Cast is hilarious and especially the guest voicing by Tiffany Haddish is always great. The animation is great and because Hulu isn't Network Television they can curse and have gory images, much to the shows advantage. The writing is great as well and the B-Storyline In the Wall just might be one of the greatest B-Storylines ever.
May 01, 2021Incredibly unique, hilarious, and interesting.
Apr 22, 2021Genius. Completely unpredictable that's fun and also relatable.
Apr 13, 2021An improved second season, with stronger character dynamics and cynical (yet sharp) humor. While the first season ran the risk of being too similar to Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan's previous work (Rick and Morty and Star Trek: Lower Decks), this season has more of an identity, and really mines gold from exploring the traits of the titular family. There's plenty of imaginative scenarios as well, and just like the first year, the show's strongest writing comes through a side-story involving miniaturized humans that is shockingly dramatic and wry. Solar Opposites is yet another top-tier animation for the streaming era, and here's hoping that the best has yet to come!
Apr 06, 2021clever, great animation, hilarious!