Episode two has hit our screens, here’s exactly what we made of it. Warning, spoilers ahead…
1. He’s a Catholic priest! Interesting.
2. The priests were 1000% not that hot when I used to go to church. Is that what all priests look like now? Or just telly priests?
3. I always thought that loincloth while Jesus was on the cross was a little skimpy too.
4. “I’ve got no pockets.” That is a funny line for a priest in a robe.
5. Yum. Cans of G&T. From M&S! They really are the best of all the gins in a tin.
6. Does the priest fancy Fleabag? I can’t tell. I’m normally good at telling that stuff.
7. “Life has changed, not ended.” That’s quite a lovely thing to say to someone who has been bereaved.
8. Of course I’m laughing at the rubbish religious jokes: “I’d spend 40 days and 40 nights in that dessert.”
9. Why is Fleabag sitting down when her café is so busy? Am a bit worried about all the people that will need serving.
10. Has Claire dyed her hair since the last episode?
11. I know you’re having an important chat, but can’t you do it when you’re not at work?
12. I love this relationship between Fleabag and her sister: “You’re better at dealing with awful things.”
13. I enjoy it when Olivia Colman says “thank you darling” in that exact tone.
14. If I had a step mum who told me “I had an orgasm as I finished it” about a painting I think I’d die.
15. “A lovely thick neck.” Excellent.
16. It’s the funny/dark Venn diagram again: “He mainly defends rapists.” “He has a high success rate then?” “Undefeated.”
17. No one eats a sandwich like that, do they? Wipe the mayonnaise from your mouth, man!
18. “I’d rather have the money.” Claire has a very understandable approach to being gifted a voucher.
19. YES! It’s Carolyn Martens from Killing Eve! The world has collided in the best possible way.
20. I really like her grey cashmere cardigan. And the way she’s tied her scarf…
21. “You’re just a girl with no friends and an empty heart.” That makes me feel so sad.
22. “Do you want to fuck the priest? Or fuck god?” What a dilemma!
23. “Can you just tell me what to do.” “You know! You’ve already decided what you’re going to do.” I’m with you Fleabag. Not with wanting to have sex with a priest. But sometimes I want someone to tell me what decision to make.
24. The gross brother-in-law, whose name I refuse to learn, is
25. “Tell her to leave him!” Potentially murderous Jake, I’m with you.
26. Still can’t tell if the priest fancies her? Or maybe he’s just a nice caring man looking out for her?! I’m sure we’ll find out…
Fleabag is on Mondays at 10.35 on BBC One and on iPlayer.
Images: BBC One