'Dollface' Season 2 Episode 2: Jules focuses on professional life while Liv comes into play

'Dollface' is the perfect example of things turning into something unexpected


                            'Dollface' Season 2 Episode 2: Jules  focuses on professional life while Liv comes into play
Brenda Song as Madisson and Lilly Singh as Liv in 'Dollface' (Hulu)
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Hulu's 'Dollface' is back on the screen after a break of two years. A lot in the world has changed since the last season of the show aired back in 2019. Now Season 2 of the show shows how the girl gang becomes more serious about their plans and goals.

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'Dollface' Season 2 revolves around the same group of girls that we saw in the previous season. The group included Jules (Kat Dennings), who at the end of Season 1 realized that she was over her erstwhile boyfriend Jeremy (Conno Hine). Jules also outlooks her best friend Madison's (Brenda Song) doctor boyfriend Colin (Goran Visnjic) because she learns he is cheating on her. In addition, party animal Stella (Shay Mitchell) announced that she would be moving to Philly while co-worker Izzy (Esther Povitsky) was still mostly just along for the ride. In Episode 1, it was clear that the ladies were freaked out witnessing their 30s approaching their lives. Of course! Becoming older and losing the youthful look and time can freak anyone out.

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It was very much fascinating to see these ladies being real party lovers forgetting that they were the ones who were trapped in-home quarantine because of Covid-19. These beautiful women on 'Dollface' feel like they should have a cute and matching mask with their outfits, but it's amusing to see that none of them wears one after the opening montage. In Episode 2, Jules manages to become Celeste's right-hand woman at Woom; on the other hand, Madison takes a step ahead and opens her own PR firm and Stella is working on her plan to open a bar for women. The idea of the opening bar for women is really fantastic and very different that will surely raise the flag of feminism to another level.

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Although their lack of response to the realities of a world still profoundly in a pandemic does nothing but amplifies how major the supposed feminism of the show ever was. Taking bar as the example simply implies that bars are inherently gendered, which is a ridiculous notion. Now there's the point when you have to try not to roll your eyes as Stella and her new business partner Liv (Lilly Singh) come into the play. Now you may assume what does a bar for women looks like? Only the show can give answers to all your assumptions and questions.

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