You Season 2 Moved To Los Angeles Reason Explained: Netflix’s You took Joe Goldberg to uncharted territory in Season 2: Los Angeles. Joe, who is unlike a typical Angeleno like for anyone, is going to be the last place anyone can imagine him going. But there is a good reason why you have changed places.
In the first episode of season 2, Candace vows to make life miserable, with the promise of torturing him to talk where he feels compelled to confess his adverse action to the police. Joe explained it best in his statement, saying, “When you are walking by someone who thinks they know you, the best place to hide the city is that they hate you.” And who is from Los Angeles. He hates
The relocation also appears in the sequel to author Caroline Kepnes’ You, titled Hidden Body. Circumstances are different as to why Joe moved there since Candace is dead in the books, and he seeks to avenge a new lover for a move to the West Coast, but his discomfort is the same. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Kepnes mentioned that Le was based on his move from New York to Los Angeles for a new city.
While Kepnes has chosen the location because of his journey, it is also in you, which is the right vehicle for the story. This new location is a ground test for him. Instead of a regular bookstore, which ends up working in a hybrid café — the bookstore — the grocery store called Anavrin (Nirvana spelled backward). He expressed regret that no Ralph Waldo immersion novels were insight. Instead, the shelves are lined with books about cycle clearing.
Los Angeles is also a place that is different from what a tolerance test is. He is surrounded by dull people, which he barely has anything in common. When his new romantic interest, Pyaar, plans a sudden group date that his friends might meet him, his uneasiness was evident when they talked about blood purifier and Reiki. Love said that his friend Gabe came up with a theory: Los Angeles is the Seven Totems, and if you see them all, you become a true Angeleno – and can never leave. One of the most significant nervousness that is in the season was being trapped in the new city. After seeing all seven clan gods, he realized that no matter what he did, he would be stuck there, thanks to his past haunting him.
There’s plenty of terror in you, but for Joe, nothing is more terrible than drinking Angeleno’s cool-aid and losing your identity.
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