At first I was thinking it wasn't my kind of show, yet it quickly grew on me. The entire setting was in an alternate reality with sort a retro modern style. It was quite fascinating in and of it self. The characters were compelling and had fascinating subplots that were fully exploited by the clinical trial they were subjected to. I thought it was very well written.
I am beginning to realize that "time" in this series isn't really linear it only appears linear. In reality we are time traveling to and fro through various fascists of details that re-appear sometimes from different angles. Ray re-obtains his wits, but it isn't quite as good as the first season. The delivery of the story follows a very similarly "themed" style from season 1. Several twists kept me entertained and it was worth watching.
In season 2 you don't see chinks in Rays armor, but he loses his mojo, and it make no sense why he suddenly slips. The delivery remains quite similar to season 1, yet Ray lost a bit of his super status and languishes a bit. The show remained entertaining despite Ray appearing more pathetic.