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I can’t get Joe Goldberg’s expression off my mind in the closing episode of You’s second season. The wiry menace with which he habitually navigates the world is no longer present. In its place comes a prickly, forlorn perplexity as Joe (Penn Badgley) listens to his latest paramour, the heiress and chef Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), as she delicately extols her myopic madness and the murders she has perpetrated — notably that of the hapless Delilah Alves (Carmela Zumbado). In essence, his dream girl turns into a nightmare.
You season two, like its predecessor, is an arch, infuriating, and completely engaging. Of course, there were irritants: Joe’s assumption that wearing a baseball cap is equivalent to donning an invisibility cloak; Delilah’s young sister, Ellie (Jenna Ortega’s) annoying precociousness; and, of course, Love’s near perfection. But, with the revelation that Love is as murderous and damaged by the tragedies of familial life as Joe is, You reshapes our perception of this season and its two most essential characters, demonstrating the corrosiveness of all-consuming desire.
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In Season 2, we delved deeper into Joe’s past, specifically his mother’s (Magda Apanowicz) and father’s abusive relationship. Joe’s father physically and emotionally assaulted him as well as his mother, while Joe’s mother frequently neglected him and left him alone while she sought the company of other men. We see Joe’s first murder in Season 2 when he murders his father to protect his mother. Also, you will find out which You character are you in this quiz.
Love Quinn (Victoria Pedretti), the “perfectly imperfect girl” who threw that earth-shattering plot twist. Joe’s new love interest demonstrated that her co-dependent relationship with her twin brother Forty (James Scully) is unbreakable. When she and Forty were younger, they had an au-pair from Spain named Sofia (Brooke Johnson) who had a sexual relationship with Forty. Forty thought he and Sofia were in love, but Love saw something Forty didn’t: Forty was a minor who was being sexually abused. In a severe, violent act of protection, Love slashed the au-throat. pair’s She reasoned that it would be better if her parents believed Forty murdered the au-pair, so she staged the scene so that Forty murdered Sofia in a rage. The powerful Quinn family then pretended it was a suicide.
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Joe quickly finds himself in a precarious position after stealing the identity of the genuine Will Bettelheim (Robin Lord Taylor) and locking him in his cage. Will reveals revealed to be deeply in debt to his customer Jasper (Steven W. Bailey). Joe meets with Jasper in the hopes of paying him off, but Will owes Jasper a whopping $50,000. Jasper severes Joe’s finger and threatens to kill him if he does not receive the money. Joe eventually leads Jasper to the cage and informs him that he is not the real Will Bettelheim. Jasper doesn’t care if he doesn’t get his $50,000, so he pulls out his pocket knife and stabs and kills Joe with a knife from his workbench. Later, he chops up Jasper’s body, stuffs it into a meat grinder, and throws it away. Isn’t this typical Joe?
Henderson (Chris D’Elia), a well-known “man of the people” comedian with a hidden history of child molestation, is Joe’s second victim in Season 2. Joe considers it his responsibility to protect Ellie (Jenna Marie Ortega), Delilah’s (Carmela Zumbado) 15-year-old sister and Hendy’s intern. Joe is successful in drugging and tying Henderson up in his basement, and he demands that Hendy confess to his crimes. After Henderson breaks free from his ropes and tries to flee, Joe pursues him and throws him against a wall in an attempt to stop him from fleeing, which eventually kills Hendy. Joe staged it to appear to be a suicide, but it isn’t long before it is being examined as a murder.