Unless I missed something, it seemed like the Umbrella Academy kids are the only ones in the world to have superpowers so I would've thought that people would be all over them for the rest of their lives. But it looks like no one recognizes them when they're out and about. Even when Allison wins over the cop for the ride-along, he's impressed by her celebrity as an actor and not because of her power. I would expect people to be afraid of her and seek out Klaus in hopes of contacting dead loved ones. Diego is still wearing a domino mask like they had when they were kids and apparently works as a vigilante regularly, but the home invaders still don't seem to know who he is. And Luther lived on the moon! Does no one else in the world know about that? I thought it would turn out that he had been lied to again and was just living in a simulation created by his father.
As awful as I felt for the kids, I felt even worse for Pogo. I'm not sure if they explicitly said so, but it seemed like Reginald enhanced him so we was more human-like. Being the only one of his kind, presumably not being able to go out much (if at all), and being stuck with just Reginald and a robot for years must have been rough to put it mildly.
I really wanted to like this, but thought it had a lot of issues and found it disappointing overall. Aidan Gallagher as Number Five was great casting, though, and one of the best things about the show.