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Mar 14, 2019Season three of Crashing falls in between seasons one and two in quality. Pete's personal story is great to watch unfold, but the love story does play out in a fairly basic way and a lot of the stand up isn't as good as season two. This whole series is still worth a watch, though.
In the fifth episode of the season, Crashing hits a peak, particularly since it lets Audrie Neenan offer her own take on his work--and his choice in women. She’s a jewel as mom and a perfect foil for Wise and Holmes. ... If there’s a drawback to this season, it’s the length. Easily, Crashing could have stretched a couple more episodes and shown the aftermath of life in the big leagues.