The Boys S2E8 review: “What I Know”

Here we are at the end of the season, and on one hand it felt too short, but on the other… there’s a satisfaction that the season was trim and lean with no saggy guts. Who survived the finale and who had the highest body count? Sam and Moze look at how good art mirrors life, even if we don’t like the reflection. Let’s bring it in to the huddle for one last play on the pitch.

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Philip Mozolak and Sam Adams


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