Feel Good Season 2 Updates: Season 2 of Netflix’s Feel Good mainly spotlights on (Mae Whitman)who is going through rehab, yet realizing that she’s over drugs, she can’t move beyond demons of old, which she needs to do to proceed on with George (Charlotte Ritchie).
Therefore, the comedian gets back to Canada, and in the final, couple of episodes, we could find her shocking secret and a significant catalyst for her trauma.
It revolves around her old companion, Scott, who is a fellow comedian with whom Mae has a deep bond. He at first takes her out from therapy in the first main episode, which reveals that he’s the best friend from her past she shrouded much about.
They’re very close, and as Mae works upon the willpower to continue some type of normalcy throughout life, she even kisses him, which gives a hint that he’s a previous flame and not a brother-like figure.
Scott rebukes it delicately however no drama follows as Mae returns to England to work out her career and takes the decision whether she needs to marry George.
Bit by bit, Mae feels like she’s making some progress, however, when commitment turns into a reality, Mae begins to slip away and turns out to be more selfish, which causes a profound rift between her and George.
Furthermore, at the root of all the things considered, is Scott. While he’s been apportioning advice for her to develop and be a perfect partner for George, Mae, at last, admits that he prepped her as a 16-year-old.
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George understands this is much connected with Mae who is suffering from a mental breakdown subsequently after seeing men in power in the industry coercing and even tricking girls with their influence, to such an extent that Mae feels very guilty. Yet, to prevent her life from spiraling out of the control, Mae chooses that she needs to go to Canada again and face Scott.
It’s not a furious #MeToo moment, however, as they care for one another and have been there through various problems for quite a long time, yet George is still stressed. Scott was in his 30s when he took Mae in and keeping in mind that she didn’t want a relationship from the very start – simply a friend – it ended up turning sexual. George can tell this led to a personality crisis and Mae struggling with being gay.
At the point when Mae ultimately speaks to him in the club, she chides Scott’s friends for knowing what was up as she was helpless and couldn’t peruse the room. Clearly, Scott did this sort of stuff previously yet he admitted that he didn’t plan for things to get complicated. He simply needed to give her shelter and assist her with getting clean as her family kicked her out for being a thief and addict.
Still, he knew that Mae was indiscriminate and exploited it, regardless of whether it felt normal to her at the point. She mournfully discloses to him she’ll always cherish and love him however they will not see or speak to each other once more, at long last cutting the cord after that psychological manipulation that had her hesitant to trust and love years later.
Feel Good casts Mae Martin, Charlotte Ritchie, Lisa Kudrow, Phil Burgers, and Adrian Lukis. Season 2 is currently streaming on Netflix.