And Just Like That Season 1 Episode 1 and 2 way better than expected! The show just fell right back into it’s old ways and I’m totally here for it. Super sad though and I was not ready for that!
And just Like That Season 1 Episode 1 and 2 kicked off the revival series. It’s way better than expected. After the second movie I definitely had reservations. But the tone and the style of this series shone through the moment the show started.
Episode 1 of course ends on a very sad note. RIP Big! The question on everyone’s mind is why Carrie did not call 911. What was that all about, but also the whole Peloton debate which comes into more play during episode 2.
Most of episode 1 gives a view of where everyone is in this post Covid-19 world. We see Big and Carrie happy and still very much in love. Carrie finds her way around her new podcast. We have the whole Miranda and Steve letting Brady just have the loud sex right net to them. Charlotte still being Charlotte. Then of course that ending!
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In And Just Like That episode 2 the rest of the season is set up. Carrie will live in her post Big world. She has her ladies by her side helping her navigate these new waters. It’s incredibly sad. Most of it is Carrie processing.
I definitely like how they gave us details about Samantha without killing her off. I doubt that Kim Catrell will come back to the show, but it’s nice the nods they gave her.
And Just Like That Season 1 Episode 1 and 2 kicked off the revival series. I liked it way more than I thought and it is super sad. I’m looking forward to see where it goes. Make sure you check out our quick review of Episode 1 and Episode 2.
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