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Season 3, Episode 12-13 – In the show’s excellent two-part season three finale, relationships are put to the test, as all three main romances fall apart. This may finally be the end of Gretchen and Jimmy.
Season 3, Episode 11 – In an episode comprised mainly of ambitious one-shot long takes, relationships are put to the test as the characters attend a party celebrating Shitstain and Jacqueline’s elopement.
Season 3, Episode 10 – Jimmy has the beginnings of an existential crisis, Edgar gets a new career opportunity, Gretchen practices mindfulness, and Lindsay finally gets that abortion—without telling Paul.
Season 3, Episode 9 – In a rare off episode, You’re the Worst devotes its entire running time to a serious story centering on Vernon and Paul—two characters mainly used for comedic relief—as they get stranded in the wilderness and question their marriages.
Season 3, Episode 8 – Gretchen decides to help Lindsay, Jimmy, and Edgar with their problems using tough love in an attempt to prove that her own mother was a good parent, with disastrous but hilarious effects.
Season 3, Episode 7 – Jimmy holds a memorial service for his dad, Gretchen gets a new client (special guest star Ben Folds), Edgar grapples with the VA’s absurd rules against marijuana, and Lindsay and Paul expand their relationship.
Season 3, Episode 6 – It’s the last Sunday Funday on You’re The Worst, and what a great one it is. In this hilarious episode, Edgar, Lindsay, Gretchen, and Jimmy embark on an insane scavenger hunt that grows increasingly absurd in an attempt to locate a mythical speakeasy
In what’s possibly the best episode of the season so far, we see the world through Edgar’s eyes, as the events of last week are replayed from his perspective.
Season 3, Episode 4 – This week’s You’re the Worst felt like a filler episode, as Gretchen attempts to force Jimmy to deal with his grief by embarking on a sadness tour, while Lindsay and Paul take a parenting class.
Season 3, Episode 3 – You’re The Worst delivers another hilarious episode in what’s shaping up to be the strongest season yet, tackling emotional vulnerability, death, and delusion with the show’s trademark dark wit.
Season 3, Episode 2 – Gretchen finally sees a therapist, played by Samira Wiley, while Jimmy worries about his book proposal and both Edgar and Lindsay begin to unravel.