Yep that was my thought too!Yes I’m seeing him all of the time on my tiktok! He’s obviously a social media influencer and not an actor. Which explains why he can’t act
I also liked it. I nearly gave up after the first two episodes but I have Covid so I binged watched rest of it over last two days. Might be the Covid but I cried loads. I think there were a few too many storylines happening at once so I struggled to get invested in all of them and perhaps some were dealt with a bit too glibly. That said I liked all the stuff with Jean, Maeve and most definitely Adam and his dad. The show made some good points, I thought, around Maeve's background and lack of parenting and the impact of that on self esteem, processing your feelings and about equality and diversity. This season may not have been executed the best but in the end it was better than I had first expected.I think I might be the only one that actually quite liked this season
I think you've all made super valid points and I do agree. Maybe it's the nostalgia or the randomness of it or something but I did like it more than I expected to!
Agree with all of your points. Absolutely love a bit of campness, absolutely hate being lectured.Finally finished.
I genuinely thought that this wokeness of the new school was a parody and the original characters would get everyone to lighten up a bit and not be so painfully woke so I was sad to see them get absorbed by that. It was terrible and ruined it.
Eric finding peace with his faith and sexuality was nice.
Ruby and Otis should have ended up together.
I like Adam and his Dad's redemption arc.
I'm glad it has ended because the painful wokeness was becoming a joke. If they could have kept it at the level it was in season 1 where it felt more realistic and genuinely representative of society, it would have been much better.