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Thoroughly heartbreaking and intense, "Kill Me" does an excellent job of showing how unresolved trauma and abuse can affect children -- regardless of their parent's wealth.
It puts a lot of the season's hidden pieces on the table, for better or worse.
The adults of Big Little Lies have become entangled in personal crises throughout the second season, but it's the next generation that has quietly absorbed it all.
As someone who was sad but satisfied to see Big Little Lies Season 1 come to an end, I can't wait for this season to be over.
The question Kill Me leaves viewers with is one we've considered this entire season so far: How do you escape generational trauma?
[Kill Me] tells an emotionally-complex story before descending into some potentially bad soap operatics in the episode's closing montage.
This was just an especially emotional episode of Big Little Lies. Like...all the emotions.
"Keep it together," becomes the mantra for this entire episode.
I never thought I'd say this, but the men are really a highlight of this season for me. As their wives are mired in the whole haunted-by-the-homicide situation they kiiiind of created for themselves, the men have the space to go full petty.
For all the darkness, the show still has shades of humour.
I was all for spending more time with five of our finest actresses. But, now with only two episodes to go, I keep waiting for things to fully kick into gear. We're really going to need major payoff from some of these storylines to make them worth it.