‘Fleabag’ comes to an end with an excellent second season that blend humor, love, religion, and the bad milk

'Fleabag' comes to an end with an excellent second season that blend humor, love, religion, and bad milk

When I found out that the creator of the ‘Killing Eve‘ would not write the second season, I worried. But it was a concern, silly as not because the series is still excellent, but because this has allowed it to Phoebe Waller Bridge take the second season is also excellentFleabag‘.

So that ‘Fleabag’ has returned, with a second season of six episodes that Amazon opening today at Prime Video after your step-by-BBC Three (the digital platform of this entity for the british). The wait of three years since the last time we saw the series has been long but, believe me, it has been worth it until the last second.

After a first season in which the world seemed to have made pieces for Fleabag (Waller-Brdige), the first time you see the cheeky young is bleeding in the bathroom of a restaurant. As usual, looks at the camera and invites us to discover what has passed with a warning: this is a story of love.

A dinner party as a starting point supreme

A year has passed, and we met at a family dinner where the fairy godmother (Olivia Colman) and the father (Bill Paterson) announce that you are to be married. And that he will marry a new character that has emerged, literally, out of nothing: a catholic priest played by Andrew Scott that will become the romantic interest (and challenge) of our protagonist.

Few things are missing to Phoebe Waller-Bridge (which is still the master of breaking the fourth wall) to tell us in what point is each character. On the table there are acerbic dialogues, there are unresolved tensions and a situation that will unite a lot Fleabag with his sister Claire (Sian Clifford) and that will detonate one of the subplots more important.

as of this episode we could call it bottling, unfolds a bow exceptional that it will take us to the culmination in the wedding of the father of Fleabag and his partner. And, by the way, Waller-Bridge faces as the protagonist doubts about their personal relationships (or lack of them), his personality and his relationship with religion… and with the guys.

And this brings me to my big problem with this season of ‘Fleabag’: I don’t believe the priest, which is fateful when a character is so central to the plot. There is something about him and his personality that doesn’t fit. Although, friamente, you can be a role believable, I think I have not known how to treat you and it is too last laps.

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what This causes is that, in the background, the conflict that arises (celibacy, love, sexuality…) it looks fake. But, otherwise, I think that is the character that I needed to Fleabag at this time. Someone who descuadre (there is a great time to one-half of the season) and with which the protagonist loses the security that it usually displays.

by Removing this, this final season of ‘Fleabag’ confirms the series as one of comedies most desirable of the decade. And I say this without despeinarme. A sublime and entertaining exploration of one of the best characters that has given the british sitcom.

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May 17, 2019


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