Critic Consensus: While Preparing to take on Beychella, Issa and her girls experience a rollercoaster's worth of emotions, familiar faces, and narcotics.
Critic reviews for High-Like
I loved that this episode focused on the new dynamic of the women, while also setting Issa up for more challenges in love. The complex realities of life are something this show does incredibly well and I know will continue to do.
Things have changed, and once this baby comes, they're going to keep changing.
Up until the last two-ish minutes, "High-Like" was little more than an isolated episode about four girls going to a music festival and having a good time. And that was great.
I'm on Team No One and I'm more interested in other things, like Nathan (and the growing fracture between Issa and Tiffany), but either way it's nice to have Lawrence back, along with all the emotions his character stirs up in people.
Tiffany expresses her concerns about her place in the group to Issa. Tiffany has always been cloying, but her vulnerability here endeared me to the character in a way I hadn't expected.
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