Unfocused but nonetheless enjoyable followup to a stellar first season.
Natasha Lyonne puts in an absolutely killer effort to a strange, meandering season of an overall great show. She’s a treasure.
The emotional through-line resolves itself much later and less clearly than the first season, choosing instead to reach for a broader scope and losing some of it’s razor edge as a result.
Still, it’s quick and punchy and all the performances are excellent at holding up a messy time-travel concept.
Loved it, even if it didn’t have the same kick of the first season. Third season welcome.