The show has changed a bit (in tone) from first to second season. The short skinny is that the writers -- in my humble and unprofessional opinion -- have relied too heavily on Alan Tudyk's schtick since launching back onto the airwaves in this season; when for all of my money the real comic gold in all of the show's run to date has been Corey Reynolds. Before Resident Alien, I'd only known him as the somewhat tight-lipped voice of police authority aboard TNT's stellar crime procedural The Closer; so to watch this guy deliver some of the funniest observations in this podunk mountain escape town has been a bit of a Godsend throughout COVID. I lost count of the number of laughs he delivered in Season 1, and -- as I said -- Season 2 has been (ahem) lukewarm at best. But this past episode -- "Alien Dinner Party" -- he offered up an observation about rabies that only this self-absorbed lunkhead could muster.
The wifey and I nearly rolled off the couch laughing.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!