Vice Principals: Season 2

Vice Principals: Season 2

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In the second and final season, the epic power struggle between Gamby (Danny McBride) and Lee (Walton Goggins) continues. Gamby, recovering from his season one shooting, investigates his potential assailants. Lee meanwhile takes the chair as principal of North Jackson High... Vice Principals is from long-time collaborators Jodi Hill and McBride, who previously made Eastbound and Down and would later make The Righteous Gemstones.

2017Rating: 16USAHBO
Comedy

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Episodes

EPISODE 2.1

Tiger Town

Recovering from his wounds, Gamby returns to a dramatically changed... More North Jackson High.

EPISODE 2.2

Slaughter

Gamby fingers a suspect, with Dayshawn’s help. Russell tests out... More a kindness strategy at school.

EPISODE 2.3

The King

Gamby’s search for his shooter leads him into a novelist’s... More graduate-school class. Russell’s ire is fueled by an unflattering caricature.

EPISODE 2.4

Think Change

A death in Russell’s family forces Gamby to step up... More to the plate as North Jackson’s acting principal.

EPISODE 2.5

A Compassionate Man

Russell’s birthday bash is marred by a revelation about his... More wife’s college boyfriend.

EPISODE 2.6

The Most Popular Boy

A plot to sabotage a standardized test jeopardizes Russell’s job... More as Gamby is caught in the middle.

EPISODE 2.7

Spring Break

Gamby gets unexpected company on spring break; Amanda is illuminated... More during a writer’s retreat.

EPISODE 2.8

Venetian Nights

Tensions between Gamby and Russell come to a head as... More prom night approaches.

EPISODE 2.9

The Union of the Wizard & The Warrior

The school year comes to a startling end.

Vice Principals: Season 2 | Reviews

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Vox

Vox

It insists you understand them, before they plunge over the cliff. The show isn’t for everyone, but it is, decidedly, for me.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

Patterson’s performance was great throughout, and in hindsight I admire how she spent this season steadily building toward a full psychotic break.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Rather than accept the status quo, there is a solution to overlooking the new season’s B-grade mundanity — sporadic laughs, forced character development, and an occasional stunted story arc — that makes it feel like a far more intriguing and original comedy: Imagine Lee Russell is the devil.

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