AVClub: Season one of Grace And Frankie was really focused on developing the complex relationship dynamics between Grace and Frankie. At first, the two polar opposites were at constantly at odds, and the season milked their tension for all its comedic worth. After a while, it became slightly tedious, especially because their eventual friendship seemed so inevitable. There isn’t really anywhere to go with two characters who simply hate each other—at least not when you’re trying to do a comedy with multiple seasons and when those two characters are at the center of it all. Comedy needs conflict, but there’s only so much the show could get out of Grace and Frankie’s back-and-forth arguments. We get it. They’re different.