And Just Like That Season 2 Ep5 | Art Imitates Life

And Just Like That Season 2 episode 5 art imitates life. This episode is hyper aware of people’s feelings about Che and definitely throws some shade at them. I’m here for it and honestly this is another fun episode!  


And Just Like That Season 2 episode 5 art imitates life. Another episode with major Sex and The City Vibes. I love how hyper aware this episode is and really throws some major shade at Che. I’m here for it. This is another fun episode!

And Just Like That Season 2 Episode 5 Reaction

Che sits in on a focus group for her TV show. Basically everyone rips them apart, even the queer woman from Brooklyn can’t stand Che. She questions “how can they even afford that apartment in Bushwick?” This is definitely the question we all had about Che’s Hudson Yard apartment, which is answered later in the episode when they say they really can’t afford it without their show. This definitely feels like an end for Che and Miranda.

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Carrie has another short lived relationship with a man named George, the very attractive Peter Hermann from Younger. Carrie knocks him off his bike, goes with him to urgent care and assumes he’s poor because his partner freaks out about the deadline of their app.

Seema is our resident Samantha with her sexual escapes with the man with her penis pump. She is my favorite edition to this show. No Aidan, but I do think he’ll appear at the end of episode 6. What do you all think? Make sure you watch my reaction video.

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