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Barry Season 2 Episode 4 Review: What?!

Barry Review: What?!

The significance of change permeates throughout Barry Season 3 Episode 4 as Barry and Gene experience similar transformative journeys. Read on.
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Barry Renewed for Season 3 on HBO!

Barry Renewed for Season 3 on HBO!

There is good news for fans of Bill Hader's dramatic comedy, Barry. HBO has issued a release that the series will return for a third season!
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Barry Season 2 Episode 2 Review: The Power of No

Barry Review: The Power of No

Barry Season 2 Episode 2 forgoes a lot of the humor for a solemn look at many different topics, including being yourself. Even Gene steps out of himself.
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Barry Quotes

Gene: OK. So here's my advice. You never tell that story again as long as you live because basically, you killed somebody and you got away with it.
Barry: See, that's why I didn't want to tell you, 'cause you're gonna look at me differently. You're gonna look at me like I'm a murderer, like I'm a violent piece of shit.
Gene: Barry? Listen to me. I had a son. I was terrible to this son. I was cruel. I was selfish. And there's nothing I can do to change that. But I don't want to be that guy anymore, and I pray that human beings can change their nature, because if they can't then you and I are in deep trouble.
Barry: OK. How do we do that?
Gene: I think we're doing it already. You didn't beat that guy up, did you? You came here. You're talking about your feelings instead of acting out your feelings. And as for my son, the first time I reached out to him after years and years, I got a big "Fuck you, dad." But today, today he brought me strawberries.
Barry: Do you think I'm a bad person, Mr. Cousineau?
Gene: I think you're deeply human. You did a terrible thing. But do I think that defines you? No. That's why I don't think you should tell this story in front of the class. Also, they will shit themselves. I mean, they're children.

Cristobal: We were just discussing Thomas Freedman. Did you read that one yet?
Hank: OK. You gave me like, a lot of books. I have not found the time.
Esther: You must make the time.
Hank: Please do not evesdrop. [pause] Thank you.