It only takes two episodes to realize the brilliance of "You're the Worst." When Season 1 premiered, the first two episodes had me immediately infatuated, thanks to the comedy's brand of raunchy, offensive, no-holds-barred humor combined with a refreshing and heartfelt take on starting a relationship.

It only takes two episodes to realize the brilliance of "You're the Worst." When Season 1 premiered, the first two episodes had me immediately infatuated, thanks to the comedy's brand of raunchy, offensive, no-holds-barred humor combined with a refreshing and heartfelt take on starting a relationship.

As I watched every episode of the first season - usually a couple times - I found the story of Gretchen (Aya Cash) and Jimmy (Chris Geere), and their two best friends Edgar (Desmin Borges) and Lindsay (Kether Donohue), got better each week, but the foundation established early on was key.

Again, the first two Season 2 episodes of "You're the Worst" were made available to critics, and again, I am wholly on-board with where the narrative is heading - not to mention the humor is actually sharper and more (pleasantly) debauched.

From creator Stephen Falk (Jenji Kohan's top lieutenant on "Weeds" and "Orange is the New Black"), "You're the Worst" is ostensibly a rom-com for people who hate rom-coms. Jimmy and Gretchen's relationship begins as a one-night stand, and after dismissing their follow-up trysts as pure sexual chemistry, the two find they're actually perfect for each other. Because they both hate relationships, and everything that comes with it.

[Spoiler Alert] By the end of Season 1 - now streaming on Hulu - Jimmy and Gretchen move in together because Gretchen accidentally burns down her place by being "a festival masturbator."

The Season 2 premiere addresses how living together changes the dynamic between the two leads (and Edgar and Lindsay to an extent). Jimmy and Gretchen fight becoming a boring, normal couple by partying with wanton abandon - Jimmy proposing a night of cocaine and Gretchen suggesting "butt stuff" results in an unexpected, hilarious disaster - even though both just want to get a good night's rest. The premiere is easily one of the series' best episodes (and features a wonderful appearance from Gretchen's Odd Future-esque clients).

Interestingly, the second episode - much like the first season - isn't as fantastic as the opener, but it's still a solid, funny outing. And I predict, like Season 1, "You're the Worst" will continually improve as it goes on.