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'The Bear' Season Two: Cooking as a Radical Act of Love

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If you’re a trauma survivor and obsessive foodie, “The Bear” season one last year probably shocked and delighted you, followed by the agonizing belief that you couldn’t possibly get another season, another show that touches on it all so viscerally and accurately.

But somehow, we not only got a season two, it blew us away just as strongly. For me, the episode “Fishes” was equally an outright masterpiece and a slice of personal history nightmare.

Jamie Lee Curtis embodied such a realistic characterization of my own mother, minus the cooking ability aspect, that I was absolutely enraptured and terrified.

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