All good things must come to an end and unfortunately, so must all hit-and-miss HBO shows about male prostitutes. The season two finale made all the people who complain that nothing ever happens, look like geniuses, and left those of us still caring about the show limp with disappointment.
As HBO wrapped everything up nice and tight for the winter, one can't help but feel like it's going to be full of rat droppings when they pull it out of storage in the spring.
The episode laid out a road map for a possible season three, and that's what season finales are supposed to do: Give you a look at what's to come, and make you care enough to want to go to there. But this map that started at a show with promise, a show with an exclusive look into the day-to-day operations of a sex worker, seems to lead to another in a long line of cheesy, formulaic, weekly agonies.
It appears as though Ray and Jess will be seeking to reunite. Ray went through all the proper channels to set up his master plan of getting her back: He severed his ties to Lenore, he made good with Mike, he was looking to sell his house, he was preparing the kids for their eventual spiral into drug use and therapy, and in the final scene where he reconciled with a repentant Tanya, they agreed to partner up again with the task of getting Jess to come back. Eww!
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