'Space Force' Season 2 Spoiler: Dr Chan and Captain Angela's relationship turns romantic
Spoilers for 'Space Force' Season 2
Season 2 of the Netflix workplace comedy 'Space Force' just dropped and it saw the advancement of many relationships in the team. From General Naird (Steve Carell) and his wife's eccentric situation to a budding bromance between Dr Chan (Jimmy O. Yang) and F Tony (Ben Schwartz), Season 2 dived deeper into the various bonds, romantic or otherwise.
'Space Force' Season 1 saw a cute equation develop between Dr Chan and Captain Angela (Tawny Newsome) that fans absolutely loved! Their warm, fuzzy chemistry saw the two bond over K-Pop and other shared interest. Their relationship was slowly taking a romantic turn but was abruptly cut short when the team faced the dilemma of having their base destroyed. So read on to know how this sweet relationship develops in Season 2!
Season 2 sees Dr Chan confused about the equation he shares with Captain Angela as she has been very distant after returning from the moon. Although the two survived Season 1's ending and shared a kiss and a night together after her return, she is now actively ghosting him. F Tony playing the part of a wingman tries his best to find out what she wants and learns that she is looking for something casual rather than something serious like Chan is. Saving his friend from heartbreak, he tells Chan that he shouldn't sleep with her anymore after finding out they hooked up again.
Throughout the entire season, we see Angela struggling with PTSD. After almost dying, her harrowing time in the spaceship has had a terrible effect which we see burst out of her, later on. When the base gets hacked, we see the building lose power causing Chan and Angela to get stuck together in the elevator. Being trapped in the dark triggers her PTSD causing her to hyperventilate as she feels suffocatingly trapped. But Chan is there for her and even though she tries to have sex with him in her panic, he refuses and instead sweetly talks her down.
Assuring her she's not the moon anymore, he calms her down and the two finally share a heartfelt, emotional kiss with feelings. The Season ends with the promise of more adventure to come and we can be certain that there's more in store for the two of them as they slowly explore their feelings for each other.
'Space Force' Season 2 is now streaming on Netflix.