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As Love looks after an increasingly skittish Ellie, Joe tries to reconstruct the events of a trippy evening -- but finds the truth to be elusive.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of You from 888 votes.
Beck's deepest truths are revealed; Joe pushes the limits of what he'll do for love.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of You from 1296 votes.
Joe has always been full of surprises, but Love has a few of her own. Is this the beginning of the end, or the end of the deceiving?
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of You from 924 votes.
Joe wants to get away, but Forty insists they finish their script. As pressure mounts, Forty’s excessive coping devices make for a harrowing night.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of You from 883 votes.
Beck can't shake the feeling that there's more to the story of Joe's lost former love, Candace. Determined to find out the truth, it's Beck's turn to go to shocking lengths to dig up the truth on Joe. But she might have gone too far.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of You from 1283 votes.
To soothe heartache, Joe turns to ancient remedies, modern technology and drinking with Delilah. But one small slip-up could have major consequences.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of You from 884 votes.
Joe and Beck's fledgling relationship is tested by the increasingly intrusive meddling of Beck's friend Peach; Joe does everything in his power to solve his Peach problem without making a mess.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of You from 1377 votes.
Joe performs surveillance on a potential problem, but suspects someone might be tailing him, too. Painful memories put Love on edge about the present.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of You from 863 votes.
Joe meets Beck, falls in love and goes down a social media rabbit hole to learn everything about her. He becomes so obsessed that he tracks her IRL (and they meet again!) This might be a real shot at real love. But there are some things standing in the way… like her ex, Benji. If Joe’s serious about Beck, he’s going to need to get serious about the problem of Benji.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of You from 1885 votes.
Joe -- now “Will” -- arrives in his own personal hell on Earth: LA. He's trying to go straight, but the past doesn’t always leave well enough alone.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of You from 1035 votes.
As he tries to adapt to sharing Love with Forty, Joe is caught off guard by a group date -- while his protectiveness of Ellie quickly escalates.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of You from 883 votes.
Joe's devotion to Beck takes him to a lavish but eerily remote summer home and a face-to-face encounter with an equally obsessed adversary who is just as intent on possessing her heart.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of You from 1344 votes.
Love brings Joe to a wellness weekend, where he gets a good look at her family's dynamic. But Forty’s surprise guest has him feeling anything but zen.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of You from 877 votes.
Beck and Joe have a real date! Joe does everything he can to win Beck over, but she's stuck on her ex, Benji. Benji isn't good for Beck. How far will Joe go to keep Benji out of Beck's equation?
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of You from 1609 votes.
Joe and Beck's lives have taken very different turns. On paper, each is doing great. A chance encounter brings every possibility to the surface and must decide which way their want their story to go.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of You from 1256 votes.
Joe attempts to keep things platonic with Love and keep his nose out of Ellie's business. But his instincts soon get the better of him.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of You from 927 votes.
Joe realizes Will Bettelheim isn’t all he’s cracked up to be. The fallout threatens to get in the way of his burgeoning connection with Love.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of You from 942 votes.
Beck isn't certain that Joe is The One, so he sets out to prove he's boyfriend material; balancing this important time in their blossoming relationship with the tricky maneuvers he's been pulling behind the scenes proves challenging for Joe.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of You from 1476 votes.
Beck suffers a loss and Joe is right there with a shoulder to lean on. But he can't quite shake the worry and jealousy he still feels. He goes to creative lengths to explore his fears, even creating a fake identity.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of You from 1295 votes.
Beck heads out of town to rendezvous with the man she's been texting; Joe follows and is shocked by what he finds; Beck realizes she and Joe are going to have to bring a scary level of truth and authenticity to their connection.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of You from 1393 votes.
Last updated: apr 22, 2021
Mr. Robot + Dexter + Fifty shades of grey
Waiting a week for an episode is excruciating. The series is fast pasing, I´m loving it so far
Wow, just wow. The same time it's disturbing, it's amazing. To think someone can actually do something like that amazes me. How far would you go?
Imagine if Dexter had been written by a female millennial addicted to social networks. I watched 6 episodes before the obnoxious Joe, his more obnoxious inner voice, and the implausible situations got the best of me.
When you think it couldn't get any crazier, booooooooommmmm. Who writes this shit? Wow, amazing.
**Abused becomes the abuser as we look at the story from Joes perspective to the reasons why he does what he does for love and how far would you go for love too?** This series is captivating really puts you on edge at first you think Joe is a psychopath stalker and killer, when he starts to follow Beck the woman that he meets in a bookstore and she immediately gives him her email address in a flirtatious way for herself while having a boyfriend already also known as Benji. Joe starts to become obsessive checking social media for Beck finding people that will get in the way, like Becks Boyfriend who is a drug user plus drug dealer that he is a bit psychotic too, as well as we later found out he murdered a few people in cold blood where he kept a video documentation of it. Anyway, Joes way of dealing with Becks Boyfriend Benji is to lock him in a bookstore basement with the soundproof glass prison type room that is claustrophobic. We later find out after Joe was abused as a child by his parents the owner of the bookstore takes him in then becomes Joes only father figure who he loves dearly. I start to feel sorry for Joe where we later find out that Joe got locked in the same basement when he was younger to teach him a lesson that just added onto his overall trauma thinking it is okay to lock people in basement for their own good that is obviously not, nevertheless the bookstore owner did it out of love for Joe. Cutting a long story short Joe kills Becks best friend Peach who is obsessed in love with Beck and would do nothing to single her out to have Beck to herself even booking flights to Paris, if you ask me, she reminds me of Joe in a way. They both keep documented evidence, Joe in a Box above his bathroom in the drop ceiling, where there is sentimental pieces like diaries, pictures, pieces of clothing, for example bra, underwear you get the picture, murder evidence like Benji’s teeth that he could not burn as the body could be easily identified by the cops. Peach kept digital documentation on her laptop for blackmail, like pornographic images of people who she has been obsessed with especially a lot of pornographic images with Beck on, therefore we are dealing with two people who will do anything to get Beck to love them. We find out that Beck has Daddy issues which everything is a mess her Dad has practically a separate family, also Beck cheats on her past partners a lot while she persists on lying about it for herself, she even cheated on Joe with the therapist that she lied about continually as well. Joe has love for people like Beck he just sees it as protecting her, in addition this one kid in his building called Paco where the mother is also in a abusive relationship with a her boyfriend who is a parole board officer, we later find out that he knocks her about and the reason why she haves him back is that he could use his contacts to take Paco away. Joe has a past relationship where Beck is determined to find out more details on a woman called Candace Stone, finding out that is not simple as she randomly leaves the country after having an affair behind Joes back with the record label producer to get signed up as a singer. Joe finds out confronts the record label producer killing him by pushing him of the roof years ago, where he learns how to cover it up and create a social media trail, so people think he committed suicide rather than just murdered linking it back to Joe. When it all comes to ahead Joe and Peach has a showdown of course Peach suspected Joe from the start especially after getting assaulted by her stalker in central park while out on a run, which eventually at Peach’s house she sees Joe and shoots him grazing him on the leg Joe plays dead with very little blood. After Peach goes up to him to make sure that the job is done Joe gets her on the ground while killing her with Peaches gun in kind of a mercy killing. Before this Peach and Joe had a convosation about keeping it a secret, so they both disagreed mainly Peach it either being Joe or Peach that was going to die obviously Peach in the end. Peaches death ruled as a suicide obviously Beck and Joe try to make it work until Beck dumps Joe for being overprotective and paranoid as I said earlier Joe was right and Beck did cheat on him with her therapist. Middle of this Joe has a steady Girlfriend then cheats on her with Beck, therefore eventually dumping her. Private investigator turns up suspecting everyone thinking the death is a murder not a suicide of course he is right still trying to gather up evidence strongly suspecting Joe. After another forgiveness again Beck doing it all for herself with Daddy Issues, Beck finds the evidence after Paco said Joe said hiding objects in the drop ceiling above the bathroom is a great hiding spot for Paco’s Book, which Beck goes in there finds the evidence, Joe finds out she knows knocks her out as well before she escapes, locks her in the basement down to love for days while she was on a writing retreat her friends thought as Joe posed as her on social media saying that. Joe lets Beck out eventually where she stabs Joe with a type writer keys that are very sharp after kissing him to try to escape, Beck locks Joe in the glass prison, Beck tries to escape and there is extra fence after the basement door not letting her, she sees Paco asking him to let her out he does not say anything and leaves, Joe gets Beck down after opening with hidden spare keys, Beck hits him with a mallet, Beck attempts to use the keys then Joe mercifully in his eyes kills Beck. The reason Paco did not help Beck is that before this Paco tries to steal gun from the bookstore stored under the counter desk and gets caught by Joes friend, which Joe takes the gun off him and convinces him not to kill the abusive parole officer. Later on, in the events Paco uses a weapon to whack his mother’s abusive boyfriend, he goes to lividly chase after Paco, where Joe sees this and stabs the Paco’s Mothers abusive boyfriend in the throat. Paco and Joe cover it up leaving a social media trail where his body is never found. This is mainly because Paco views Joe as a father figure when joe loves him like his own son that really humanises this relationship. Becks Body gets planted by the Therapists work where the evidence is already written on a typewriter by Beck mentioning the therapist doing all of these horrific actions in place of Joe who actually did it more to appease Joe. The therapist gets arrested after the evidence is sent in anonymously, then goes down for it even though he is completely innocent, meanwhile no one suspects Joe. The whole trauma gets made into a book published with Becks name on by someone else to tell their story. It just shows with past trauma people can think it is OK to do these horrific actions thinking they are justified like out of love; therefore, you cannot help but sympathise with Joe when he has been through a lot of abuse too when he was much younger age. Usually like with Joe the abused eventually becomes the abuser with reasons justified in his eyes some logical some illogical. In conclusion I rate this a ten out of ten really leaves you on the edge of your seat, especially adding a twist on at the end where this female looking figure tuns up in the bookstore where Joe works, which it turns out to be the presumed dead girlfriend Candace Stoneeven. I wonder how that is going to play out, as I the reason she has visited after reading the news story on Beck I recon she knows about everything she does not look surprised at all, which suggest to me that she might even be a killer herself just knows you never know what is going through someone’s mind where everyone is capable off killing for their own reasons justified or not. In addition to this conclusion I highly recommend this ten out of ten mystery series where you will not be disappointed if you watch it in your spare time. I really hope there is a season two of YOU as I really want to see how this plays out maybe Joe seeks a path of redemption who knows we will just have to wait to find out.
I'm honestly not sure how people are enjoying this show. From the creators of a few CW DC shows as well as a tenured CW writer/showrunner of a few seasons of Supernatural comes 'You', a show that had me asking myself why I was still watching nearly every minute and a half I had to pause the first episode. 'You', at least in the first episode, takes the 'Tell not Show' approach, rather than using the visual medium properly. Stilted performance after stilted performance on top of poorly written dialogue permeates every orifice of this boring incoherent mess of an hour. It really is obvious that the show was written for the Lifetime network originally, because it's about on par of what I'd expect from their offerings. The visuals are primarily shot on anamorphic lenses, with untalented camera assistants missing focus left and right because the Director of Photography decided that being wide open with ND on every shot was a great idea for every situation. Bad visuals on top of an awkward score that has no purpose other than to accentuate the overbearing internal monologue of this show's 'Dennis Reynolds' of Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Do yourself a favor and go watch the pilot episode of Dexter after this and tell me which you found more entertaining. I know which one I'll pick every time.
One of the worsts shows ever produced by Netflix, too demanding, simply awfully.
Gripping thriller, loving it. Crazily creepy though!
Not saying that it was perfect but the whole first season in one day? Okay that means that there was something what was forcing me to continue. Joe's twisted mind is perfect and yup, this is how it usually goes with broken serial killers.. They are not bad guys, they're doing right things and decisions.. That's what I like about this tv series.. Joe thinks he's a good guy...
This German series will make your brain melt inside your head. It has such a powerful storyline with so many amazing twists, so many characters and time traveling, which is why you will need to be watching it extra carefully, because with one blink of an eye, you might just miss a very important detail for the rest of the story.
Here we have Joe, a really nice and kind librarian, who really loves what he does. That is until he meets Beth and he becomes a real-life stalker, who will stop at nothing to win her heart. Even though the whole series is a complete fiction, you can see how this could actually happen to someone, which is the scariest part of it all.
Rick and Morty
Rick is Morty’s grandpa and with the rest of the family they have normal family problems, like school and going to space to fight aliens. The balance between these two lives is so perfect, it is guaranteed to make you laugh, but be warned, new seasons are still filming and we’re still not sure when they will be coming out.
When a group of thieves decide that they want to rob a bank and there’s number of things that could go wrong, you will be on the edge of your seat to see, if they will succeed or will their plan fall through. They have planned this for years and years, so with every obstacle that comes in their way, the story gets more and more interesting. It is also exciting to see the “bad guys” being the main characters of a series.
In times like this, when we’re all trying to stay safe and stay home as much as possible, it is very important to enjoy ourselves and feel relaxed while doing so. Thankfully, we have Netflix to help us out in our quest, but with so many series to choose from, you might spend hours browsing and still not being able to decide! That’s why I made this list to help you out.
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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