Is there a reason you opted not to watch the one with the police officer? 'Cause it was a really good episode.
I just finished the second season a bit ago. Very good, although I found a few of the subjects a little less likeable (won't say who so I don't bias anyone who hasn't watched). One of the guys this season reminded me SO much of an ex, it was eerie.
I liked the season but I have to say, Johnathan needs so help dropping the word Like from his speech pattern. It is a pet peeve and he is a queen at using this annoying filler word. Umm runs a close second.
I've been rationing out the episodes so they will last longer!
Episode 1: At first all sorts of thoughts went through my head when I saw that the first subject was an avid church goer with a gay son, so it was very refreshing to see her not only embrace the fab 5, but also admit that initially she wasn't that great towards her son when she found out he was gay, but ultimately the love she had for him won out. She was just a sweet person overall; she didn't want anything for herself, she just wanted the rec center finished. I was glad that the guys were able to give her and her son a little makeover as well.
Episode 2: What a sweet couple! He wasn't a bad looking man under all the scruff, and they needed to get all of her exes furniture out of their house. The place looked so much better once Bobby remodeled it and got new furnishings. Public proposals aren't really my thing, but I have to admit that the way he did it was pretty sweet with the movie and then coming out on stage.
The Netflix YouTube channel has some vids of the guys doing little random makeovers, but this one is longer than those. If they do a few more of these from time to time, the wait for the new season won't feel so long!
The Creative Arts awards were handed out last night and tonight, and will be televised this coming Saturday at 8PM ET on FXX. The Primetime Emmy Awards air live the following Monday night at 8PM on NBC.
Still trying to finish Season 2 so I can watch Season 3 and on the episode with the LAZY lying guy. Oh my goodness, this guy can't take responsibility for his own life. First he says he has a job...turns out that was a lie. Then he claimed he graduated, then it was a "school mixup." turns out he just didn't go to class. :/ Not sur if the guys can help him, as he seems keen on blaming everyone else but himself for pretty much everything in his life.
edit: After that episode, the next one (the 18 year old homeschooled kid going off to college) was a palate cleanser. Loved what Bobby did with his industrial space and what Tan did with his wardrobe. You can tell that he took the things Karamo told him about just being a kid excited my life and not being afraid of new experiences with people his age to heart. And his godmother was adorable.
I loved the episode with the young activist when, at the end as the guys were watching her parents come to the house, Jonathan said something like, "OMG, I gave her her mother's haircut!" He totally did.