The twins become the focus and honestly, you are left seriously wondering why they deserve to be in the Juni Taisen.
DeRay Davis: How To Act Black doesn’t push you into thinking Davis is overdue for a special but is still enjoyable nonetheless.
For the first time, Shaun encounters another autistic person and with that comes mixed feelings. Meanwhile, Jared opens up about his life and Claire is forced to show vulnerability in a rather uncomfortable way.
Bridgette continues to reveal herself as someone who not only gets underestimated but probably underestimates herself.
Letty finds herself in a drag club and strangely, one queen’s reveal speaks worlds about Letty’s life so far.
Thumper gives away the one thing which could have made it interesting within the first 25 minutes and then it just coasts downhill.
Stranger Things’ second season not only presents a serious new villain, and more complicated characters but also finds a way to make minor characters more relevant.