Critic Consensus: "Fresh-Like" serves as an out with the old and in with the new chapter for Issa: a new perspective on work, a new man, and most importantly a new place.
Critic reviews for Fresh-Like
When Frieda comes over to talk to Issa about her new assignment to a middle school, Issa has just...had enough. She says she can't do it anymore and quits. Wow. Didn't exactly see that coming. I mean, sure, kinda. But maybe not that abruptly.
We spend far too long watching Issa talk with Nathan...but it drags out way longer than it should and ends up becoming egregiously boring rather than tender.
Daniel who? Sunday's Insecure sent Issa on an impromptu first date that was so flirt-tastic, I almost didn't notice that the episode didn't give us any Kelli.
In between the fun the pair is having together, Issa also feels vulnerable about the fact that she is passionate about rapping and that she cheated on her ex. *squeals* I've never seen our girl like this, and I'm honestly shook!
"Fresh-like" feels like the start of a new Insecure that's no longer focused on world building and is finally telling Issa's story.
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