Now we’re going to see them really be real like, “OK, girl.I’m gonna throw you on the carpet, but I still love you.Flash forward past several bad dates with contenders from the elite dating service The League, an almost-relationship with a man who once received sexual pleasure from another man and several tiffs with her best friend Issa—played by the show’s creator Issa Rae—and fans now see a (somewhat) improved Molly on Season 2 of the series, which kicked off in late July.
She’s kind of going with the flow, but it wouldn’t be if Molly wasn’t mixing it up a bit. You know, sometimes when you’re doing your best, it’s not even you that throws yourself a curveball, the situation that you’re trying to avoid throws you a curveball.
And now you got a whole new thing to figure out, like, “How do I do this?
the young lawyer was looking for love in all the wrong places.
Although she had already signified herself as a force to be reckoned with at the Los Angeles law firm where she worked, when it came to her personal life, Molly was a bit of a mess.
And I think Season 2, now that we’ve established everybody, we’re going to see more. We’re going to see who’s the person [that Molly is], Molly’s world.
She’s journeying and just trying to figure out how to be a better version of who she is because that was a big issue in Season 1—not really happy with who her friends say she is but not knowing how to change that.
” So I think Molly is saying all day, “I’m going to try to do better,” but then situations present themselves and it’s like, “How am I supposed to do better with this?
"How is she going to help Issa adapt to single life? In Season 1, Molly tries to warn Issa, “You don’t want this life that I live.
Season 2 we’re going to see Molly attempt to not do that.
We see her dating and trying to take things as they come, not trying to be as pressed and just let things kind of flow.
Every first season you’re learning a little bit about the characters.