'Sex/Life' Season 2 Ending Explained: Are Brad and Billie meant to be?
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The highly anticipated Season 2 of the popular erotic drama 'Sex/Life' has just been released on Netflix, and as quickly as we saw it, there are many questions that arise after its conclusion. 'Sex/Life" Season 2 did not disappoint with amorous and steamy sexual adventures, but failed to deliver on the plot. It seemed like everything was happening at once with no room to breathe.
Although there is a lot of character development for everyone, it always seems to focus more on the sex. The production has done justice to Margaret's Sasha and given her character room to grow and have a story of her own. Billie is still confused and with another man. She still longs for Brad, but seems to be moving on. Sasha has another love, more like an encounter from the past that has knocked on her door.
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The script progresses at lightning speed
In the first few episodes, we see Billie break up with Cooper (Mike Vogel) and live separately in New York, visiting Connecticut on the weekends. While waiting to find out what she wants, fate keeps hitting her when she learns that Brad is with someone else and is soon to be a father, Billie pulls away. But one day everything changes when Sasha invites her out for a drink and Billie meets Majid (Darius Homayoun), a restaurant owner with cheesy pick-up lines and stars in his eyes. All the hubbub sweeps Billie away, but once the world seems like a romantic fairy tale, Billie learns that Brad is one of the investors in Majid's restaurant. Throughout the season, it seems like Brad and Billie can't stay away from each other and every moment brings them together, even when you think, "Brad can't be here, right?" and poof, there he's.
Are Brad and Billie meant to be?
The last episode is the one that takes a turn for the better, when we say we cried, we mean it! There are no sexual aspirations and the script has taken a drastic turn from a hyper-sexualized plot to opportunities for humane growth. Billie completes her PhD and is now in a better place. Sasha and Kam get married, with Sasha realizing that she doesn't have to give up her independence and move to Singapore, but Kam thinks he's the first to take the fall. During Sasha's wedding, Billie is reunited with an old flame, yes, you guessed it right! It's Brad. While Brad confesses to her with the cliché, "You were always the one," he tells her that her wife Gigi left him for another man after Brad lost all his money and his company in a fraud scandal. Cooper has found the woman of his dreams and is going to propose to her. Cooper and Billie are doing better and are great co-parents.
The final episode ends with Billie walking down the aisle at a beautiful beach wedding in the presence of all her loved ones. While marrying the love of her life, Brad, she whispers in his ear that she's pregnant. The episode ends with Brad grinning widely. All in all, the final episode makes up for the rushed script and offers a clichéd but better ending to the erotic saga. We don't know if there will be another season of this sex-adventure drama, but we know for sure that it'll be much more dignified than this one.
'Sex/Life' is available exclusively on Netflix. Go watch, if you haven't already.