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First Blood” is one of Season Two’s better episodes, even if it rushes the changing dynamics between June and Serena Joy ever-so-slightly.
A lot happens—too much, in fact, making the episode more chaotically disappointing than artful.
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The melodramatic hook does not do “June” justice.
Youth on Fire hosts its meetings in the Y2Y space.
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