Now that’s how you progress a story! This season took what the first season began and beautifully brought it to the next level, furthering to nuance the characters - not forcing us to love or like them all, and even show sides of them that change how we see and feel about them otherwise. It’s bold and beautiful storytelling and I loved it. Even bringing in a “big bad” so to speak didn’t feel too formulaic, which it ran the risk of doing. I don’t want to get into any specific details because it’s such a beauty to discover yourself, but I will say that this show doesn’t disappoint and it leaves us in a beautiful spot for where we come back in season three. That said, we can move on from Jason Biggs storyline now, thanks. Nothing against Biggs, I just don’t see how that story helps us moving forward.