Season 1 of Neo Yokio ends and well, the ending, like most of the show, may leave you feeling a bit divisive. Depending on if you ever allowed yourself to get used to its eccentricities.
As the Grand Prix approaches, Aunt Agatha gets lucky because that terrorist strike means Kaz gets a major offer – from the Soviets.
I am almost sensing a Carmichael Show vibe of each episode bringing up a topic but never going to deep into it. The only difference being, there is consistency episode to episode.
As Kaz shows his distaste for those who don’t seek to fit in, he finds himself forced to deal with the Helenists.
I’m not sure who this show’s audience is or what it is building towards, but I strangely feel hooked on finding out.