TV Schedule. Sign In. Kidding — Season: 1 2. S2, Ep1. Error: please try again. Jeff realizes that if he can tell a lie for the first time in his life he'll get everything he's ever wanted.
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Kidding Season 2 Episode 1
Working with his Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind director Michel Gondry once again, Carrey taps into something raw and deeply melancholy. Several times throughout the episode, we cut away from the current action to see Jeff and Jill in happier times. Jeff is making horribly immoral choices, like not admitting to hitting Peter right away, but is doing so only to try to remain close with Jill. Despite uncovering the fact that Jeff had bought the house next door, Will decides not to tell his mom this information. Will enjoys seeing his mom and dad together, even if he has other lingering issues with his dad to clear up. Ad — content continues below.
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With his beloved Mr. Jeff creates a new and controversial method to talk directly to children across the world only to become the target of animosity for the first time in his career. As Jeff navigates the most complicated moral gray areas of his life, he discovers a new side of himself. Season premiere. Jeff has an idea for how he can speak directly to the children of the world while Seb hands over the reins of the Pickle empire to Deirdre. After finding a book of magic spells, Will finds himself face to face with the past. After realizing that he might not have any real friends, Jeff makes a new best friend.
Yeah, that happened. How is Jeff going to finagle his way out of this one? Will Jill find out the truth? Looks like Will has the power to destroy every inch of intimacy Jeff and Jill worked so hard to recoup. Jeff hugs her tightly and stalls his confession. Jeff, Jill and Will leave the hospital, arm in arm. Jeff finally has what he wanted… and he only had to commit vehicular assault to get it! Small potatoes. At the house, Jeff once again tries to tell Jill about the house next door, but she cuts him off asking him to stay over.