The final episode wraps everything up as neatly and nicely as a show called 'You're The Worst' possibly could.
After any number of unsettling flash forwards, an episode full of broken glass bodes poorly for next week's finale.
Gretchen avoids addressing her underlying problems in favor of stopgap measures that only make those problems worse in the long run.
With a wedding on the horizon, Jimmy and Gretchen grind ever closer towards a seemingly inevitable breakup.
An event being known as a 'Sunday Funday' rarely suggests a genuinely good time. Luckily, for the purposes of comedy that actually helps.
Evidently Stephen Falk simply has a weakness for Paul, Vernon, and Becca, which unfortunately translates into a weakness for the show.
In the world of You're The Worst, there's only one way to make up for being unfaithful - and that's doing it again.
For entirely self-serving reasons, Jimmy proposes a slight tweak to his relationship with Gretchen.
Gretchen challenges Jimmy’s self-image as a Hemingway-esque writer by calling him a “very good boy,” It goes over poorly.
Neither Gretchen nor Jimmy are really sure they can handle being adults, and as we’ve seen, they have a history of fleeing responsibility.
You’re the Worst tends to tread the line between caricature and plausibility - but that's all part of the fun.
You’re the Worst gets to have it both ways: it thumbs its nose at convention while embracing those conventions, and makes it work.