I'm torn between giving this a Meh or Recommended status. There are so many things wrong with it that I cannot let pass on a critical standpoint. There are also things I really enjoy about it. The initial episode is a homerun. We get those lovable side characters that were so prevalent in the first season. Everything changes and we have to start the survival of two brothers. Wonderful execution here. And then things start to fall apart. The episodes that follow become an amalgamation of chopped up story bits, mixed with filler content that we are forced to partake in. It's like all the episodes were written by different people or different teams. There hardly seems to be any proper conflict. When it gets thrown at us, especially in the later episodes, it's so disjointed and absurd that it's almost laughable. I guarantee almost none of the Diaz's troubles would happen in reality. Not to mention some absolutely heavy handed racism that just had to make an appearance. It's immature. It's unrealistic. It's poor writing. I really did get drawn in with a lot of the side characters, and they are part of why I had some enjoyment. Overall, it's a big sigh in a franchise that I adore.