Critic Consensus: Poignantly repulsive, Big Mouth continues to confront the awkwardness of adolescence with foul-mouthed glee and an added layer of maturity.
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Alongside its laugh-out-loud vulgarity, what makes Big Mouth's take on the physical and emotional crucible of puberty unique is its clever use of personification.
In its second season, Big Mouth, unlike junior high, has only gotten better.
In all its hormone-driven glory, Big Mouth is a refreshing addition to the TV landscape partly because it makes serious points without ever taking itself too seriously.
By normalizing experiences many kids feel embarrassed about, the series is actively advocating for their emotional well-being.
That's Big Mouth's singular power. It hasn't forgotten the abject hell of adolescence - and it's not about to let you forget it, either.
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