The trending show on Netflix You's been creating a buzz on the internet. The new season of the series left the fans in awe. Penn Badgley, who plays the character of Joe Goldberg, gets himself in situations which are very exciting to see.
The second season takes Joe (Penn Badgley) from New York to Los Angeles. He's assumed the new identity of Will and gets a job at a very L.A. market named Anavrin (nirvana spelled backward), owned by the wealthy Quinn family.
Joe with the Quinn family.
Weird secrets of the Quinn family unfolds throughout the series. There are a lot of things that are crazy about Quinn's, but their two kids Love, and Forty, have unique names, which got fans wondering.
The Quinn twins, Love (Victoria Pedretti) and Forty (James Scully), work at the store, and Joe/Will who quickly blends in their lives obsessing with Love. Their names are, admittedly, pretty wild. The meanings behind these names are quite impressive.
Love and Forty are tennis jargons. Each game in tennis is scored uniquely. In fact, "love" is the term for "zero" as in a match technically begins with a score of "love-love," though you won't often hear it worded that way.
Joe and Forty Quinn.
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When someone scores the first point, the score becomes "15-love," and if the other player continues not to win any point, the score would become "30-love" and then its "40-love." It's a pretty weird system, which is perfect for the odd Quinn's.
When their parents Ray and Dottie Quinn (Saffron Burrows) are introduced on their wellness weekend, it becomes no secret that they have a rather unusual way of doing things.
Love Playing tennis.
We can see in the series how Love's father is very much into tennis, but naming your kids after a tennis game? That's some commitment. We even see Love and Forty play tennis together, making this revelation all the cleverer.
Because the show's been such a hit among the audience, it is renewed for a third season; You season 3 will possibly release at some point in 2021.
The second season left fans with a lot of questions and theories; By the end of the finale, Joe revealed that he'd had his 'slate wiped clean' by the "Quinn machine," effectively letting him off the hook for the terrible crimes he'd committed.
Love and Forty Quinn.
Joe was describing his situation with Love as though it was a cage or some form of bad karma, implying that there could be trouble ahead and that he likely won't be sticking around if it weren't for his unborn daughter.
And of course, we can't ignore the very final moment of the season, which heavily hints at Joe, yet again back to his old tricks. Yep, having spotted his new neighbor through the fence, Joe has found a new You to fixate on.
Watch: Penn Badgley talk about You season 3
"I will figure out a way, a way to get to you," Joe's narration echoed, as he watched the next poor, unsuspecting woman. "See you soon, neighbor."
The mystery You.
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Giving us the biggest plot twist for the season, when everyone thought it was finally over for Joe.
We can't wait for the new season of You as it's given us a lot to think about.
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