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I was hoping Sara and Moore would end up together. I really like them as a couple.

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I was a bit disappointed by some of the character decisions at the end. But that blame I have to lay at Caleb Carr's doorstep. This is still one of my favorite shows, I have grown very accustomed to the characters and I hope to see them back soon.

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Another bittersweet ending for the second season. Or, mostly bitter. I enjoyed the season though, despite being somewhat horrified about how the show tried to be so achronically female-progressive, but then falling back to the "usual thing of being caught in wedlock/with child in a relationship that isn't healthy but staying together 'for the child' ruining most childhoods"... thingamabob.
But maybe it's a ruse and we'll hear about it in season 3. Mayyyybe.

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“Sometimes society looks upon people as crazy. It may only mean that they are alienated from their own true natures.”

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Personally, I did not really like this season. It felt like everyone was really doing more things individually than together, kinda missed that team spirit that we had in season 1. Overall this season was alright in my opinion, not too happy with some of the stuff and decisions that happened but I can live with that and I would still look forward for season 3!

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I really enjoyed this season a lot more than the first. The ending felt a bit bittersweet, but great overall.

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