Pat finds herself getting increasingly agitated as lack of sleep and empathy leads her to fall further down the rabbit hole of feeling crazy.
After a tryst in their home in Brooklyn, an infamous writer moves, with her family, to Connecticut, where hallucinations make it seem things have become far worse for her.
Season 2 feels like the end of a significant chapter in the show, and the start of a new one which could potentially revitalize the show.
In the finale, while we’re forced to realize some things may never change, there are multiple plots set up to make you clamor for season 3.
Big things go down in this episode of Hightown, but even with the police on the defense for quite some time, it doesn’t seem safe to say their overdue win won’t come with a loss.
With Frankie adjusting to this new normal, it is time to see if he still has it to keep from getting caught or between Renee, and others, if he might get caught slipping.
As Jackie is reminded of what rock bottom is like, people realize Jorge is gone, and Charmaine questions if she wants to be in the game anymore.
Cut off from those who made her enjoy being sober, Jackie struggles as Jorge’s disappearance causes unexpected consequences.
Things heat up as multiple rash decisions COMPLETELY alter people’s relationships and their mortality.
As Ray and Alan rebuild their relationship, we meet Jackie’s dad, Renee’s mom, and get to know Daisy’s backstory.