TV Review: Fleabag (Season 1 and 2)

Fleabag is adapted from genius Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s award-winning one-woman play of the same name. The titular, fourth-wall-breaking Fleabag, played by Waller-Bridge, is an electrifying personality—horny, cheeky, depressed—who is struggling to run a guinea pig-themed café in London. She deals with the weight of emotions after the unexpected death of her best friend and business partner Boo (Jenny Rainsford) while navigating tricky relationships within her family. Fleabag’s sister Claire (Sian Clifford) is a successful but repressed lawyer married to the always inappropriate Martin (Brett Gelman). Their father (Bill Paterson), a widower, is a passive presence in his daughters’ lives and is

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