Friends from College Season 2

Release Date, Episode List

Friends from College season 2 started airing on Friday, January 11, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S2E1 The Engagement Party

S2E2 Storage Unit

S2E3 Out All Night

S2E4 The Bachelor Party

S2E5 Old Habits

S2E6 Free Fall

S2E7 Fireworks

most recent episode S2E8 The Wedding

How many episodes are in season 2 of Friends from College?

The season consists of 8 episodes.


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Previously on Friends from College: The gang gets together to celebrate Sam’s 40th birthday, where Lisa suffers a crisis of conscience and Nick’s announcement catches everyone off guard.

Critics Reviews

    The juvenile thrust of the series is especially apparent as Andrea panics while explaining sex and death to her daughter. The anatomic naughtiness of the jokes centered on the marital bed is not outlandish or outrageous—just openly gratuitous, which often seems to be the point on “I’m Sorry.” Communication is everything. In one episode, Andrea encourages Mike to speak to her reproductive organs; in another, she insists that he chat with his own testicles. One of the better new scenes finds Mike discovering that Andrea’s gynecologist (played by Adam Scott) is an old friend of his from summer camp; they catch up while Andrea is in the stirrups, preparing to receive an IUD. It’s anybody’s guess what Mike is doing in the examination room. The show never allows logic to get in the way of a good riff, or a bad one. This is, for better or worse, a going style of comedy, which has the shape of biting satire but no teeth. “I’m Sorry” is certainly a more satisfying example of this genre—let’s call it adult-contemporary absurdism—than the second season of “Friends from College,” newly washed onto Netflix. The thorough unfunniness of the season validates the judgment of viewers who were immediately drawn to its cast and subsequently repelled by its everything else. Keegan-Michael Key plays a mildly esteemed novelist who has been cheating on his wife (Cobie Smulders) with their friend Samantha (Annie Parisse) since they were all enrolled at a school unsympathetically specified as Harvard College. The couple moves to New York, so that the wife can take a job <...> - by New Yorker [Troy Patterson]


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