Episode 1 and 2 don't serve any purpose beside setting up the main players of this season, letting us know where they've been up to and where they are now.
Our two protagonists don't work well when they're separated, their personalities and the show's comedy writing style are just too....dry, but somehow combining all these things together is what made season 1 as good as it is. I'm gonna give season 2 one last try with episode 3 now that we finally know where the show is heading, hopefully it'll return to its formal glory. If that's not the case then eh, doesn't really matter, I'll always have the self-contained first season which works perfectly amazing on its own.
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