Get Ready To Laugh With Season 2 of 'I Think You Should Leave'


| LAST UPDATE 07/05/2021

By Molly Houghton
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Get the popcorn out and prepare for a Netflix binge because season two of I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson is coming on Tuesday, July 6. That's right - the wait is finally over. We'll be laughing at the absurdity that is this series in practically no time. Here's what to expect.

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In season one of the hilarious show, we saw the likes of Sam Richardson, Vanessa Bayer, Cecily Strong, and Andy Samberg grace our screens. So will these hilarious stars be returning for round two? Here's who we know will definitely be making an appearance: Bob Odenkirk, Brooks Wheelan, Gary Richardson, John Early, Julia Butters, Mike O'Brien, Pattie Harrison, Paul Walter Hauser, Sam Richardson, and Tim Heidecker. Not too shabby.

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Of course, Tim Robinson himself is back both on-screen and behind the camera, co-creating with Zach Kanin. The Lonely Island Boys (Akiva Schaffer, Andy Samberg, and Jorma Taccone) once more serve as executive producers. "We are very excited to be working with The Lonely Island, Irony Point, and Netflix to make another season of I Think You Should Leave. We are so thankful we get to do it again," Kanin said back when the show was renewed.

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Robinson wrote the sketch comedy show a bit after leaving Saturday Night Live, where he was an actor before moving backstage as a writer. And while he now excels in that creative role, it was once a blow to the comedian's career. "I was disappointed at first. I do think that if I would have stayed in the cast over time, I would have gotten comfortable and been able to do okay," he previously said.

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"I do think that when I became a writer, I felt more comfortable," Tim continued. "I really felt it helped me a lot, where I gained a lot more confidence. In the end, I feel like it worked out really well. I loved my time as a writer. My time as a cast member was scary and sad and was not fun." Well, we can bet things feel a little better while acting on I Think You Should Leave. Robinson certainly looks uncomfortable at times but in the most hilarious (and cringe) ways that make us love this series so much.