Was Season 2 of ‘True Detective’ a Waste of Time? Was Season 2 of ‘True Detective’ a Waste of Time?
In Season 1 of True Detective, the finale saw the light winning. On the surface, the same cannot be said about Season 2’s bloody... Was Season 2 of ‘True Detective’ a Waste of Time?

Warning: This post contains details about Season 2 of True Detective including the finale.

In Season 1 of True Detective, the finale saw the light winning. On the surface, the same cannot be said about Season 2’s bloody ending. We saw three of our four main protagonists meet their end. Well, Officer Woodrugh (Taylor Kitsch) got killed in the penultimate episode but we do see his corpse being zipped up into a bodybag. But their deaths do not mean it was an entirely bleak finale. There were a lot of silver-lining moments here. Ray Velcoro (Colin Farrell) getting a salute from his son and we find out later that Chad (Trevor Larcom) is indeed his biological son. Ray’s other son, a result of his fling with Ani (Rachel McAdams), is being brought up by Ani, Jordan Semyon (Kelly Reilly) and their bodyguard Nails (Chris Kerson). Ani also gets all of the details of the case to a reporter who can hopefully bring to light the utter cesspool that unearthed itself during the Caspere case.

There will be a lot of debate about Season 2 as well as comparisons to Season 1. It had a fair share of faults and missteps, an overall storyline that often became muddled and confusing, characters who were brought up often but had little actual screen time (looking at you Stan), and some uneven performances by Vince Vaughn, Taylor Kitsch and Kelly Reilly (though Vaughn’s performance does get much better and by the finale, he owns it).

Early on in the season, it was entertaining, and even batshit crazy at times. You get the feeling that writer/showrunner Nic Pizzolatto was trying too hard to do something vastly different from Season 1, attempting to move past the plagiarism allegations that haunted him. The strong performances by Rachel McAdams and Colin Farrell kept many people interested, though, and by the end of the season, we saw some great things. The last half of the season became something terrific, escalating the show from a standard cop procedural that you can catch on network TV to a show you expect from HBO. The brutal shootout in a busy street, Ani’s one-woman raid on the sex party and Woodrugh’s escape from the underground setup all made for wonderful television viewing.

The main storyline – the Caspere murder – does get wrapped up fairly neatly by the end. Many folks on the Interwebs predicted how it would turn out and are smugly sitting there going, “I told you so. So predicatable.” Those same people would probably be criticizing it if there were some unexpected twist to the murder. Like it was Ray all along! There is no winning for Pizzolatto in that case. Give enough info for viewers to figure it out or not give enough and be called out for it? Frankly, it worked. The motive behind his murder finally became crystal clear and the murderers unmasked (pun intended, Mr. Birdman shooter).

The finale also brought us some very good action sequences. Frank and Ray’s assault on the cabin where McCandless (Jon Lindstrom) and Osip (Timothy V. Murphy) are brokering their deal was the type of brutal action sequence that you want to rewind and watch again. And Ray got to fulfill his promise to Osip by putting a bullet into his head. That all happened with 30 minutes left in the 90 minute finale, so you pretty much knew it was not going to be a happy ending with Ray and Frank getting to Venezuela to be with the women they love.

Ray ends up getting tracked down by crooked cop Burris (James Frain) and going down in a blaze of glory while his final audio message to his son fails to get delivered. Frank gets carjacked by the Mexican drug dealers he made a deal with a few episodes back. Refusing to give up his suit (and the $3.5 million in diamonds that are more than likely in his pockets), Frank is stabbed and left for dead in the middle of a desert. During his own stroll down Via Dolorosa, a bleeding Frank hallucinates and sees images from his past that ultimately shaped him into the man he was. He finally dies after seeing his final image, his wife Jordan wearing the white dress she promised to put on when they next saw each other.

There will be a lot of people who write this season off as a waste of time. Hell, it’s even unclear if the season would have benefited from more time to flesh things out and make them clear or if it would have been better to have less time and a more streamlined story. But we got what we got: a highly enjoyable, often imbalanced, well-acted, 8.5 hours of TV.

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  • “Was Season 2 of ‘True Detective’ a Waste of Time?”

    Yes.

  • Dan shoulda added a voting poll into this….

  • If Abe or Puck want to, that’d be great.

  • Like I said to Nick on Twitter, overall it was just a fairly average show for me, based on what I typically watch. Some great moments, moderately interesting throughout, but plenty of stuff I didn’t really care for as well.

    As for the finale, again, just OK. I really didn’t like Frank’s walk at the end. It was too over-the-top and I even laughed at the part with his dad. Come on, daddy issues? GTFO.

    Also don’t get why they wouldn’t let Ray’s last message get to his kid. The dude gets killed as it is, they could have at least let the message get through. Or was having it not get through “better” for the kid? I dunno.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Not at all. Good story, fascinating characters, great performances, a few tense and exciting moments, and a very satisfying conclusion. I thought the show was good fun, and usually left me smiling. Anyone who had a hard time following the story or found it boring is a numbskull.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I’m glad the message wasn’t sent. Velcoro wasn’t meant to come out on top. He got the job done and had closure with his son, message or no message. It was perfect.

  • Did you mix Ray and Frank here?

  • Yes, sorry, correcting.

  • And that salute from Chad was worth dying over. I mean, if he had lived on without that closure from his son, it would have torn him apart.

  • I agree with that last part. I don’t get the hard to follow shit that’s going around at all.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I felt great about that part. He had the badge and gave him the salute. It spoke volumes.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Waste of time for sure. Pointless nihilism. It finally got me engaged emotionally by the end so props there but a whole season of futility against a system that can’t be fixed wasn’t worth watching.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Kickstarter for Pizzolato to go to therapy

  • Irrational Zissou

  • Irrational Zissou

    Anyone read The Big Nowhere?

  • Irrational Zissou

    I did find it funny how even the reveal of the killer was kind of a shrugged off “Oh, okay.”

  • Irrational Zissou

    I get that the crime should be there to bring out the internal struggles of the protagonists but geeze. No one cared about solving the murder all season.

  • lol yes.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Still not clear why Taylor Kitsch was on the show at all or why Kelly Reilly wasn’t recurring.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Pizzolatto’s original pitch about the show being about bad men, hard women, and the occult history of the US transportation system sounded way cooler.

  • The Kitsch stuff really pissed me off. I actually thought he did a great job but his character basically served no purpose in the end. Complete waste.

  • Irrational Zissou

    I guess just to give some extra incentive to bring down the system at the end? Maybe he should’ve just been shot in episode 2 but for real instead of the fake Colin Farrell thing.

  • Irrational Zissou

    I still vote 2666 gets adapted into season 3.

  • Stalkeye

    I couldn’t get through the first 6 minutes of season 2.
    It’s just not the same vibe as the previous Season and IMO, HBO should have made True Detective a one shot deal. There’s absolutely no need to beat a dead horse.

  • Irrational Zissou

    I’m on team Puck.

  • Bring Daddario back and make season 3 about her infiltrating a nudist cult.

  • Irrational Zissou

    One or the other.

  • Tarmac492.1

    In the stuff I have seen him in, I dont hate him as an actor. He just seems to star in a ton of garbage.

  • Tarmac492.1

    kelly Reilly definitely not a waste of time. That’s one good looking Irish broad I would love to see two stools down from me on a Saturday afternoon.

  • Irrational Zissou
  • Tarmac492.1

    numbskull needs to be used more often. I didnt watch this season–no time. It seems that this show was going to alienate half the audience from the outset, whether that is justified or not is anyone’s guess. Will check this out eventually. Kudos for Vaughn hopefully graduating from playing “earmuffs” himself in everything. Kudos to Farrell for continuing to shed the matinee idol image he never lived up to. Hopefully, some women shed their clothes and I like Kitsch as an actor.

  • Tarmac492.1

    For some reason I get the impression Pizzolato must be an insufferable douche.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Fukunaga was the brains behind Team True Detective

  • Irrational Zissou

    Odd amount of homages to old movies this episode, right? I counted Sunset Boulevard, Citizen Kane, Treasure of the Sierra Madre, and Casablanca.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Those are some good movies to homagenate.

  • Irrational Zissou

    I can’t argue with that.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    Also, “Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia.”

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    He was supposed to be the “sympathetic” or tragic figure, I think. It didn’t really work.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    I didn’t LOVE the show, but I liked it quite a bit. The good outweighs the bad. I look forward to watching it again.

  • Mr Nick Nightly

    That woman gets my pieces a-burnin’.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Blue balls in your heart.

  • Irrational Zissou

    The key to this season is just to dance to Ramsey Lewis instead.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Why does the AV Club have a monopoly on True Detective talkbacks?

  • Irrational Zissou

    Where is everyone?

  • AV Club has the monopoly on everything, those traffic hoarding bitches.

  • Irrational Zissou

    I blame Tim.

  • Same hair stylist.

  • Irrational Zissou

  • Tarmac492.1

    At the Ramsey Lewis show.

  • Irrational Zissou

  • Anybody who thinks Season 2 of True Detective was a waste of time don’t deserve good television.

    After i watched this season something crossed my mind: this is as if a TV show based on a novel by James Ellroy it doesn’t exist. It’s pure Ellroy territory. Specifically, it reminded me of his novel “The Big Nowhere” but set in the present day.

    And this is how i’ll take this season, as a Ellroy story.

    And for me, the True Detective stories should even strive for last minute revelations or surprise twist endings. The first seasons didn’t have one, nor this season. And this is as it should be. This is the style this series has already made for itself.

    Can’t wait for season 3. Bring it on.

    Were it be by fate the second season be the first and the second the first, people would be far, far less critical of season two, and this even includes the minor complains, such as i have a hard time deign call them such. This is damn good television. It’s superior television.

    I think it’s a testament to how great american television is at the moment that even a a true good to great that season two of True Detective is that people can even feel disappointed or think of it as lesser. Is it lesser than the first season? Yes, by a given superior definition of inferior, as in, when great is inferior to fantastic. Both are excellent, however. This season is great by all standards that something good is good.

    It’s something i have noticed that after being served with so many televised goodies, people have now become accustomed to greatness, people have become so complacent that now people complain about great television. If there are gods of cinema and fiction, i pray to them that i never get to fall into the dark pits of complacency.

    Good is good and should always be celebrated. Always. A good television show is more important than the snot-nosed whining of the complacent.

  • Tim the sorcerer?

  • And the works of James Ellroy in general.

  • if you have to homage, go for the best.

  • Kelly Reilly is english. Her grandparents were irish, so there’s that.

  • Not having the same vibe is THE WHOLE POINT of this season. Who would want repetition?

  • Tarmac492.1

    I am an American with Irish name and my great grandparents are Irish. I guess it is the same thing. People in the USA call me Irish that is how I meant it.

  • Bring both Daddario and Reilly and have them play a pair of lesbian bank robbers who engage in borderline hardcore sex with each other in between the robberies. And then they get to seduce thew two female detectives who are after them, femme fatale style.

  • Err.. that’s what the season was actually about.

  • He brought the gay audience.

  • Sagamanus

    Throws a copy of 2666 at Zissou.

  • Stalkeye

    I’m talking about the series overall. I just didn’t get that feeling of interest compared to the 1st season. I see it as a mere shadow instead.
    maybe i should have held in much longer to decide if it’s worth continuing to watch the second season in it’s entirety.

  • I blame Kitsch for that “failure” (for a given definition of failure – i’m very forgiving for this seasons flaws, for a given definition of flaws).

    Kitsch is a very limited actor, even with a good script on his hands. The script helped him a lot. He was very solid in the action scenes, i give him that.

  • He’s a pretty boy with limited talent and a very small range. But he is quite competent and even believable in the action scenes, especially if he is in the hands of a good director.

  • I’m sorry, my good friend, but that is not what happened. In the mid season, they though they had solved the case, until new shit was brought to light.

  • By then a bigger picture had emerged.

  • No, let him stay as he is, he’s doing great television, don’t ruin it!

  • Tarmac492.1

    Only seen him play military dudes, so yeah that fits. I thought he was good in Lone Survivor and Savages(a movie I liked until that bullshit rewind what the fuck ending)

  • Pointless nihilism = reality.

  • Ah! This remind me of some of the stuff we said in the recording.

  • Numskull is the polite version of shithead.

  • Tarmac492.1

    although I love cursing sometimes the polite versions are more effective, given the sometimes overuse of cursing.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Hmm. I think I’m going to not bite. I understand now.

  • In a very dark way it’s good that Velcoro never learned Chad was his son. The result of the paternity test also felt like the writer wanted to punish the wife character, the one who used the paternity test as leverage against Velcoro. Now she has to live with the knowledge she deeply hurt a man who as it turns out was the legitimate father.

    On the other hand, Velcoro was not a good father by a definition of warm and supporting father. He had the feelings but not the ability. And this is where i feel that in a very dark fashion, him not knowing he was the father for real, him distancing from his son was probably the best parenting he could had ever had done to his kid.

  • No times ten.

  • What the hell is a “2666”?

  • When i watched the first episode of season one it blew me out of my sockets very fast into its early minutes.

    When i watched the first episode of season two my reaction was alike many others of the critical kind. Initially. Then, when i was telling a friend of mine about the episode and the characters and noticed his eyes flare up with interest, i also noticed that i was myself also feeling very good and interested about the story i was telling him. I noticed that the show was also damn very good too.

    The thing is, the second season’s qualities creep up on you. It’s a far more low-key affair. The first season bombarded us right from the first minutes with a gruesome crime and the show philosophy put into articulated dialogue rarely seen on television. The second season also has philosophy, loads of it, but it’s delivered in smaller doses by characters who are not as articulate or who never seem to have put too much though into it before because this are more mundane characters entertained by the cruelties of their daily lives. But it’s there as much as the first season.

    Final score, i’m impressed with this season, and i’m very happy that i’m impressed with this season.

  • Redhead?

  • You talk in riddles.

  • I think that posh working is very cool and it gains special bonus point if they are mixed with the occasional colloquialism, or vice-versa. TV Tropes calls that “Sophisticated As Hell”.

  • A future date in the Common Era calendar. Other than that i got nothing.

  • Sagamanus
  • Sounds like a future HBO series in the making.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Do I?

  • Well, I don’t get it.

  • Heavy.

  • Sagamanus

    Is this about my 2666 comment Zissou? Throws another copy at you.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Nope, used to be jet black and now it is salt and pepper. Had a fair amount of gray hair since high school.

  • And then cancelled during pre-production.

  • KilliK

    yep, when I saw the title of the article, my first thought was that Asimov will be there praising this disappointing season, while knocking down the people who didnt like it. and he delivered.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Isnt that a Ramsey Lewis b side?

  • KilliK

    amen

  • KilliK

    so, she is Irish.

  • KilliK

    the worst part in the season, was that McAdams didnt show anything. if her intention was to change her image of the good girl with this show, she failed miserably.

  • Apparently she showed a bit in To the Wonder.

  • Demagog Dog

    ‘True Detective’: Understanding Its Decline in Three Easy Charts –

    http://variety.com/2015/data/news/hbo-true-detective-failing-in-second-season-1201555445/

  • Irrational Zissou

    *hides under blanket*

  • Irrational Zissou

    STFU Denise

  • OK, that made me laugh.

  • I knew a girl like that back in high school. Didn’t diminished her prettiness.

  • People do not deserve good television this days.

  • KilliK

    still not enough. and considering that her TD character was an unsatisfied slut, it was a big letdown.

  • Tarmac492.1

    or mine 🙂

  • KilliK

    yeah, keep belittling those who dont share your opinion, chief.

  • Dr. Geiszler, Kaijuologist

    That pretty much sums up my feelings on this season.

  • Dr. Geiszler, Kaijuologist

    I dug the second season. It doesn’t repeat itself.

  • Damn right.

  • KilliK

    that’s a worldview, chief, not reality.

  • KilliK
  • KilliK

    seems so. read the above article.

  • Tarmac492.1

    thanks

  • Stalkeye

    Fair enough, Asi.
    I shall continue to watch and judge the 2nd season based on it’s merits.
    It’s hard to compete with the level or writing and the chemistry between the two protagonists from the first. However, the 2nd may be of an entirely different beast just not as good.

  • Abe

    Screw that, it’s the job of the show to keep you engaged. If it’s not doing that you should bail. *cough* Hannibal season 3 *cough*

  • Go ahead and bail and miss the awesomeness that would have awaited you! Quitter!

  • Demagog Dog
  • Oh, now I get it – they took the GoT-tagline “all men must die” literally.

  • ponyboy_360

    Photos for Asi.
    Signed, First Print, First Edition.
    Of Ellroy’s, “The Big Nowhere”.
    (My name is not Nick)…I have 6 signed Ellroy First Editions.
    My favourite author.
    What I paid for those books, is an investment.
    I agree with you totally.
    “TD2”, felt like a modern day L.A
    Ellroy tale.
    I’ve said this from the beginning.
    Was I disappointed with the finale?
    Yes.
    But I’ll say this.
    I LOVED this entire Season.
    Yessir, all caps.
    In one of the Ellroy books I have signed.
    He uses the word, “nihilism”.
    I loved every single performance.
    McAdams in particular.
    Farrell was fantastic.
    I don’t compare Season 1 to Season 2.
    Two different beasts.
    I did think the direction & cinematography
    this Season was amazing.
    Look, people hate on Vaughn & Kitsch.
    I was really impressed with both.
    Did they blow me away?
    No.
    But the both did shine, in certain episodes.
    I’ve talked at length with friends today about the finale.
    We have, “The Knick” & “The Leftovers”,
    to look forward to now.
    That’s a positive.
    I fucking WISH everyone watched,
    “Halt & Catch Fire”!
    Dog knows.
    Thank christ there is somewhere I can post
    about this.
    Peace.
    (…)

  • ponyboy_360

    SPAM!
    My first time.
    BUY ART FROM
    DEMAGOG DOG!!!!
    My “Breaking Bad” canvas prints came in.
    They look GREAT!!!
    If you can see.
    Dog customized it for me.
    You can notice the numbers.
    “11” & “420”.
    Fantastic!
    I have 4 more prints en route.
    “True Detective”.
    “Halt & Catch Fire”.
    “Justified”.
    “Penny Dreadful”.
    Can’t wait.
    I’m out for the night.
    Peace.
    (…)

  • Abe

    Very nice!

  • Irrational Zissou

    What were your problems with it?

  • ponyboy_360

    Well, many.
    I did predict that EVERY single female would survive.
    I liked Farrell’s death with the shot of the tree.
    It spread itself out early, as a vast & potentially complex case.
    That might even connect to last Season.
    I still don’t mind the
    non-connection.
    I do have complaints.
    What say you chief?
    You said, I think, that Episode 7,
    was this years best.
    Agreed.
    Totally.
    As I’ve got 9 days of bachelorhood left.
    I’ve re-watched Season 1 like three times.
    Every episode is stellar.
    But I’d say Episode 3,
    “The Locked Room”.
    Was THE best Rust Cohle episode.
    On soooooo many levels.
    Have you had many conversations today with friends in regards to “TD2”?

  • Irrational Zissou

    Is your bachelorhood ending because she’s coming back or is there a big ceremony coming up? I was hoping there’d be some strand of hope where, even if you can’t fix Vinci, somebody would get to have a somewhat happy existence in the end. It didn’t seem like too much to ask. It was just depressing to go through the whole season and still be left with the same cynicism it started with only you are actually depressed like the characters now.

  • ponyboy_360

    I have this book.
    I believe it’s the one
    “The Pizz” was supposed to have ripped off.
    From Ligotti.
    At least in parts.
    Have a few books to finish first.
    “The Conspiracy against the Human Race: A Contrivance of Horror”

  • Irrational Zissou

    What’s your take on that? Is liberally borrowing philosophy for a fictional character plagiarism? I can see why both sides land where they do on it.

  • ponyboy_360

    Ha!
    No ceremony.
    Nah, she’s coming home from working out West.
    Been gone a long time.
    I agree.
    I knew what happened to Farrell was gonna happen.
    I thought Vaughn at the very least, might make it.
    It did leave me let down at first.
    Not pissed, but, yes, there were many missed opportunities.
    I’m about to do a re-watch in a few minutes.
    I’m finding that a re-watch of all this Seasons episodes, makes them more involving.
    If that makes sense.

  • ponyboy_360

    I’ve purposely stayed away from anything regarding that book.
    Until I finished it.
    Just like “BB”.
    From the bits I’ve read,
    “The Pizz” might be at fault.
    But it’s a FINE line.
    Have you read the book?

  • Irrational Zissou

    Only excerpts. So I can’t really speak with any authority.

  • ponyboy_360

    What are you currently reading?
    & what’s on deck?

  • Irrational Zissou

    Infinite Jest and Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself. No way in hell I get anywhere near finished in time to see the movie.

  • ponyboy_360

    Oh, I just read about “Infinite Jest”.

  • ponyboy_360

    Shit.
    My phone is on fumes.
    I meant to post more.
    Sorry Ziss.
    Gotta charge phone.
    Hit you up soo.
    Peace.

  • Irrational Zissou

    Alright. Have a good one.

  • ponyboy_360

    If you can.
    Re-watch Season 1.
    Episode 3.
    It’ll renew your faith for a hopefully
    amazing Third Season.
    Peace Ziss.

  • Coupon: The Movie

    Don’t ever watch The Wire then.

  • It’s a different beast, it’s more of a James Ellroy story. And by the end, it grabbed you in a far more subtle way then the first season. The characters are as rich, however. The first season will always win not just because it was so excellent but also because it was the first. First Girl Wins.

  • ponyboy_360
  • Phantomcreeps

    How would I buy your shit?

    Haven’t even seen it.

  • My wife loves Infinite Jest. Got her a signed copy for her birthday last year. It says “To Steve” on the inside but can’t be choosy with a dead author. She also loved his posthumous release Pale King, though you can tell its unfinished.

  • Irrational Zissou

    I think Pizzolatto has plenty of talent and a knack for finding the right ingredients for a story but having one year to do season 2 and taking away key collaborators didn’t help. That’s a ton for anyone to be able to pull off and I get that he’d like to have complete control but Fukunaga and the cast last year sound like they were able to better navigate the way the spirit of the script can be most effectively captured. Season 3 could be great if he’s more collaborative I think.

  • Stalkeye
  • Stalkeye

    Oh, as in that horrible, terrible Movie Savages?

  • Stalkeye

    And that’s why I loathed Savages. WTFF?!? LOL

  • Tarmac492.1

    I thought it ok until the unforgivable ending.

  • Stalkeye

    Reminds me of those stupid endings like that Emilio Estevez Movie-Wisdom in which all the bank Heists were conjured up by some Douche sitting in a Bathtub. And i heard the Funniest shit about the events from that Show St. Elsewhere , being some Autistic Kid’s figment of imagination. XD

  • ponyboy_360

    I’ve read everything about this Season on all the “reputable” film sites.
    You should either do an Episode by Episode breakdown.
    Or a podcast devoted solely to this Season.
    Your insight & reasoning on this Season, has been
    a treat to read.
    Maybe it’s the writer in you.
    I always look forward to your
    thoughts on this Season.
    & your love of Season 1.
    I’m doing my third re-watch of the finale in a few minutes.
    My friends are already trying to cast the characters for Season 3.
    Peace.

  • ponyboy_360

    My bad Dan.
    I didn’t give you props.
    That was a great article.
    A nice read.
    Pretty much agree with all your points.
    Cheers.

  • Lucky13

    Nice write up…

    Loved this season, and was on the edge of my seat with the protagonists whenever they were in danger. Man, each one of ’em… you knew it was coming, yet it was like getting stabbed in the heart.

    That scene with Frank and Ani in the finale was fucking incredible.

    I don’t get why the hate is so strong. I can understand an opinion on it being worse than season 1, or less intriguing, or ‘not great’… but considering the vast fucking sea of absolute trash on television, some of the reactions to this season have been absurd.

  • Totally agreed. I’ve watched bad TV. This was not bad TV. There were lots of tense and awesome moments that more than made up for the weaker elements of the show.

  • I kept imagining them as the leads in season 2 and their budding love just like Ray and Ani.

  • Toruk_Makto

    Season’s over? Okay, time to binge watch…

  • Xiphos

    S2 is only a “wast of time” if you are are non-descended testicle having lover of stolen prose and pseudo-intellectual bullshit coupled with Marwan from 24 style escape antics then yes S1is great stuff. On the other hand Alexandra Daddario tits.

    S2 took a a giant moist Cleavland steamer on the flaccid chest of S1 then proceeded to rub its ugly face in it while simultaneously whipping its ass. Vinny fucking V was tremendous in S2 putting Wooderson to shame. Farrell is always great. in short S2 is spectacular S1 is forgettable bullshit that should be burnt with fire.