Season 4 is a miss for me. It had its moments, but I found it to be a little heavier in content.
I thought Rick retired. He explained to both Steve and Nick in season one. I’m glad it wasn’t Gavin. A little bit of Gavin goes a long, long way. His screen time, this season, was about right. I liked the call-back to singing with Freddie Mercury’s ghost. The look on Jay’s face after he realized what Lola was telling him about her mom’s ex-boyfriend was priceless.
Jessi’s pads sucking up the lake was a good gag.
I’m not sure why they’re going with cannibalism for the twin sisters. I found that disturbing.
I have watched this series enough, that I turn it on when I’m ready to fall asleep. I was awake on the last view through ‘Guy Town’. It was the first time I noticed, when the creepy dude walked out of Greg’s closet, that he mentioned his charity for putting wigs on pigs... or dogs. It was one of those two animals. I have to wonder what the wigs are made out of.
Did we get an answer to why Andrew’s dad had an eye patch?
I ended up watching the entire series of “Pretty Little Liars”. I would not have understood some of what was going on in ‘Big Mouth’, if I hadn’t. I tried to watch Pen15, but it was so bad, I almost didn’t finish the first episode.