Watch Date: 18 April 2020
Watched on: Netflix
After Jean makes a cringey appearance at school, Otis tries his hand at pleasing Ola — and advising a hapless teacher. Fearless Maeve buckles.
- It feels, to a certain extent, that the series decided to have only three teachers in the cast; which means that those three end up teaching everything. And now you’ve got the only two teachers previously seen hooking up as well. Oh well.
- Between the music, the acting, and the writing, Sex Education manages to make me feel so happy for every couple who manages to overcome bad sex. It makes everybody sympathetic, even Adam. Well, maybe not Groff.
- Jackson’s arc! Drama! I wonder if we’ll ever see what his other mum wants out of his life.
- Poor Maeve, getting blown off by Jackson and having to be jealous of Ola.
- Who was the girl Otis spoke to? One of the lesbians from the last season?
- Lily and Aimee are such delights as the supporting cast. One completely deadpan, and one not deadpan… but doing that not-quite-there face so well.
- Maeve is going to be a quizzer now! I can’t wait to see where this goes.
- But Miss Sands just picks the fourth team member for a senior school level team. Thoo. What happened to forming your own teams?