I have made my way through Season 2 for the first time in 11+ years and am into Season 3. So many new and exciting things pop up now that I've almost forgotten everything! I know Marky/ @UnPrincipaled started such a thread before the Crash of 2016 so I'll gladly continue my thoughts in a new thread if he chooses to re-start it! Season 2 ended up being so much better than I even remembered. I never thought I'd say this about DALLAS, but the way they handled their only gay character (so far, I guess), Kit, was actually very sensitive and a highlight of the season. Just like Triangle was so important in terms of Ray's character, Royal Marriage managed to build a whole new dimension to Lucy when she decided NOT to be vengeful after Kit came out to her and, instead, proved her love for him by protecting him. Even though it probably set up the Lucy-as-romantic-victim never-ending fiasco, such a decision on this show was revolutionary, and undoubtedly the episode with Tilton's best performance ever. No wonder she cited it as her favorite Lucy storyline. What fun to see Donna debut again! And the totally unexpected backstory of both her parents dying in a car crash. This is a forgotten detail that could have come in handy when Katzman apparently no longer had any ideas for Donna. What happened when Donna 'went away' for a few years? Could there have been a baby at that time? Could her parents' deaths be connected to that?? So many possibilities. Donna didn't even need to be pregnant -- Ray would have to deal with a child that's not his! Speaking of Ray, there's a very cool little detail at the end of the season, when Garnett's hit song come on the radio -- she made it! Ray turns the radio off. Both Sue Ellen and Lucy abusing substances at the same time was exactly as hilarious and amazing as I remembered it being. If anyone wants to share thoughts as they do the whole series again or watch random episodes, please feel welcome!