And just like that, Euphoria has come to an end. Well, not really, considering the series has been renewed for a third season that is set to debut in 2024.

Personally, I watched the first season of Euphoria, loving the way the show was shot, the expressive makeup, and the characters that we got to follow throughout. But, season two hasn't had me feeling the same way – and I'm not the only one.

The plot has been a bit lackluster. Sure, Zendaya's performance is amazing – she is a fantastic actress – but some of the plot holes have fans (and me) questioning the writing.

Of course, we've seen Sydney Sweeney's character Cassie in the spotlight, (even though she's arguably the shows most hated person?) been introduced to new characters played by Dominic Fike and Chloe Cherry, as well as continued to despise Jacob Elordi's character Nate, but as a result, others have been forgotten. I mean, come on, Kat's arc has been a big question mark for all of us, she literally has about two lines all season. And don't even get me started on Jules. She went from a main character to barely-there in one episode.

Also – major spoiler ahead, but if you're on Twitter, you'll have seen it already – justice for Fez and Ashtray. WHAT THE HELL? Nah, I'm not having it.

Basically, as season two has wrapped up, plenty of fans have been disappointed with the way the episodes played out, whether it is the death of their favorite character, the plot holes, or Sam Levinson's weird obsession with unnecessary nudity.

Twitter has been a minefield for anyone looking to avoid spoilers, and it makes sense because the show has actually been the most tweeted show of the decade. Fans have strong opinions, and there's no way they won't be shared all over social media. Some of y'all spend way too much time defending the characters that I sometimes wonder whether you know it is all just a show.

Regardless of whether you love it or hate it, Euphoria will be back. But for now, enjoy the chaos that is Twitter after the season finale.

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