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The second season comes back to complete the comedy series where Nola is cleaning the house and returning to therapy. On the other hand, Shimka returns to the hotel and at Martha's Vineyard, Nola is trying to learn new ideas from artists such as Carrie Mae Weems and Amy Sherald, but there is an unwelcome surprise to discover.
There's too much life, color, beauty and music in "She's Gotta Have It" for any solo annoyance to completely detract from the pleasure it gives, and it's still worth your time, if not necessarily by way of a speedy consumption.
She's Gotta Have It is unusual in that it's...fine. It's just fine. It plays less like a show and more like an homage to Spike Lee himself, where he opens up his artist's notebook and shows us all of his influences.