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You're the Worst season 2←You're the Worst season 1 You're the Worst season 3→
Air weekdate:Wednesday Cast:Aya Cash, Chris Geere, Desmin Borges, Allan McLeod, Brandon Mychal Smith, Kether Donohue, Colin Ferguson, Doug Benson, Janet Varney, Kathleen Rose Perkins, Samira Wiley, Stephen Schneider, Todd Robert Anderson Genre:Comedy, Drama Channel:FXX Status:Continuing
The things are moving rapidly in the second season of the Youâ€™re the Worst series. Jimmy and Gretchen are still in challenging relationship. They both are very strong personalities, and their power is balancing to and fro. This is not a typical romance we are going to follow! The story arc promises to be very touching, and wonâ€™t leave anyone cold. Here weâ€™ll see Lindsay facing herself and wondering: Who am I? What is my goal in life? In premiere season Lindsay and Edgar did much bonding. But this time the dynamics between them will be different. They are happy together and have a very good time. A Paulâ€™s new love interest, Amy, will appear in the second season. This will be really amusing when you see Lindsay interacting with Paulâ€™s lover. Season two has a bunch of side characters appearing in the series in their own capacity. All in all, this is a perfect series with first-grade actors, humor, music, plot and excellent directorâ€™s work. It is definitely worth watching!
You're the Worst season 2 episodes list:
Although they're now living together, Jimmy and Gretchen try to avoid domesticity by partying all the time -- a lifestyle that's harder than it looks. Meanwhile, Edgar is smitten with Lindsay, who attempts a desperate reconciliation with Paul.
Gretchen, realizing she doesn’t really have any adult belongings, takes the gang on a trip to the mall. Jimmy uses this opportunity to gain some writing inspiration. Meanwhile, a newly single Lindsay recruits a hesitant Edgar to help her pick up guys.
Gretchen makes an attempt to reconnect with her old group of friends by throwing herself a housewarming party. Jimmy does his best to affirm his belief that friends are for babies. Edgar continues his pursuit of Lindsay, and Lindsay meets her estranged husband’s new girlfriend.
Jimmy spends the day with an eccentric author on a day-long job interview. Gretchen deals with a work crisis. Edgar discovers the magic of improv comedy. And Lindsay gets served with divorce papers.
Jimmy questions his ability as a writer but finally zeroes in on his next project. Meanwhile, Gretchen and Lindsay discover all they do is talk about men and set out to change the status-quo. Edgar gets close to his improv teacher, Dorothy.
Jimmy discovers Gretchen's been sneaking out of the house at night and suspects she's having an affair. Lindsay's life spirals as she discovers she doesn't know how to live on her own. Edgar takes Dorothy out on a date.
The group tries to get rid of a mouse in Jimmy's house; Gretchen finally opens up to Jimmy.
Jimmy tries to stealthily help Gretchen with her depression by planning a Halloween-themed Sunday Funday.
Gretchen becomes fascinated by a slightly older, cool couple that appears to have it all. Jimmy employs a punishment-based system to ensure he meets his writing deadline.
Jimmy’s trashy family comes to visit from England, much to Jimmy’s dismay. In the throes of her depression, Gretchen struggles to help Jimmy entertain them. Lindsay fills in for Gretchen at work. Edgar bonds with Jimmy’s little sister.
Jimmy gets closer to his bartender friend, Nina. Gretchen accompanies Sam to do a radio interview. Edgar attempts to make inroads with Dorothy's comedy friends.
Gretchen’s depression comes to a head, forcing Jimmy to make a tough choice. Lindsay finally lets Paul go. Edgar has his improv graduation show.
Jimmy attends Becca and Vernon’s baby gender reveal party. Gretchen takes care of some unfinished business. Edgar and Dorothy’s relationship reaches a turning point. Lindsay confronts Paul.