The second season of “You” feels a bit formulaic, but Penn Badgley makes up for it by continuing to make you wonder how far Joe can go before he’s unforgivable?
While Joe isn’t the luckiest nor smartest, he is adaptable. Hence him making the best of multiple bad situations.
What happens when you put an insecure psychopath on LSD? Well, we get an idea after Forty drugs Joe.
Joe struggles to deal with moving on from Love, but between Gabe and Delilah, there was hope.
A private investigator is put on Candace by Love, and this leads to her scrambling so that she can get her revenge.
Between Candace’s arrival, meeting Love’s parents, and trying to maintain this idea he can be better, will Joe snap once again?
The past, both in terms of his actions and people, continue to haunt Joe’s future as he tries to be who he wants Love to see him as.
Joe begins to get a bit more involved in Ellie’s life, despite being warned not to, and Forty, Love’s twin brother, he latches onto Joe so that he can become his new crutch.