The Unicorn introduced itself with great humor and compassion in its pilot , which it carried through its 18-episode first season, becoming one of the best new shows of 2019. So it's no surprise that the series would make a great second impression in the season-two premiere, "There's Something About Whoever-She-Was." The episode, which was written by series co-creator Bill Martin and directed by Zoolander (and 2oolander ) co-scribe John Hamburg, is breezy yet poignant—a wonderful bit of escapism. You'd never know it was filmed seven months after COVID lockdown orders and production shutdowns began (filming on season two kicked off in mid-October.) Advertisement When we last saw Wade Felton (Walton Goggins), he had just met an incredible woman and been sprayed by a skunk (a small price to pay for meeting Natalie Zea, surely.) Their chemistry was palpable, but the surest sign that Wade was truly ready to open himself up to a romantic relationship again was in his own words. Meeting the woman was just promise on top of a promise. Wade spent most of season one acclimating to life as a single dad and a widower, but despite his great loss, he refused to be defined solely… Read full this story
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