AND JUST LIKE THAT… I’m here to report on the second season of Max’s hit-or-miss TV series.
“AND JUST LIKE THAT, offered many improvements from last season. It seemed like they were listening to what their fans and critics were saying. Bravo. This makes me hopeful for what is yet to come.”
“AND JUST LIKE THAT…is creating holes in my heart too. I miss Samantha. It will never be the same. But for Carrie’s sake, I will try one more week “starting all over again.”
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“This episode needed much more than quickie one-liners. Thank you, Gloria, Candace, and Stephen, for your appearance, but it wasn’t enough.“
“AND JUST LIKE THAT…is keeping me hanging on by a thread. Something meaningful or an “aha” moment must happen. Time is running out on this series.“
“AND JUST LIKE THAT…was all about major beginnings and endings that all of us have to deal with throughout our lives. It was poignant, humorous, and bittersweet. It was definitely a step up from the last few weeks of writing.”
“AND JUST LIKE THAT… was a much more entertaining episode than in previous weeks. Maybe because I am curious about where the show is headed. Everyone seems to be searching for something new, yet they are all seeking jobs and boyfriends from their past. And now, I must ask, “Is that all there is?” In New York? In our lives? Hope not.“
“This week’s episode was a love fest for Carrie and Aiden. It was written thoughtfully and romantically, beginning with the need for a pepper mill and blossoming in full bloom. It felt effortless. Hopefully, life lessons have been learned.“
“AND JUST LIKE THAT…is promoting a universal theme this season. “Life is short” seems to be the key to everyone moving forward because we all “deserve to be happy.” In the deepest crevices of my heart, I feel like the sky will be falling on next week’s finale, and I’m an optimist. Yikes.”
“AND JUST LIKE THAT…was at its best in part one. I am hoping they can nail the ending for this very up-and-down season.“
“AND JUST LIKE THAT…ended in a beautiful location. This is not the norm for most. It shared a finger-snapping timeline. Five months…five years. It is all relative to nothing in my lifestyle, but I will raise a cosmopolitan toast for “whatever tomorrow brings.”
The entire second season is available on Max.