Big Mouth Season 2: Power Ranking the Cast [SPOILERS]

ig Mouth was a surprise breakout hit for Netflix last year. Critically, it sits at a perfect 100% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. To be honest with you, the overall design is kind of…gross. I had no interest initially, but then I got stoned and gave it a chance. I had such a good time, I ended up binging the entire series in one night. Not that you have to get high in order to watch it. I’ve had multiple sober viewings that have been just as enjoyable. The show isn’t just dumb funny either. It explores some real life growing pains and speaks in a language (other than vulgar) that most kids, pre-teens, teens and maybe even some adults can relate to. Fast forward to season two and, just as I would have hoped, it does not disappoint. This show’s got heart and a compelling enough narrative to keep anyone engaged. Whether you’re a horny nerd with a micro penis or a horny nerd with a massive penis and everything out and in between, you’ll find something to laugh your ass off to. Here are my power rankings for the cast of Big Mouth season two.

10. Gina
A newbie to the series, this season two standout is the only rookie to crack the list. She’s a student-athlete who becomes the victim of objectification and slut-shaming. But, by the end of the season, learns to turn embarrassment into empowerment.

I liked getting my boobs felt, and if that makes me a slut, well, then that’s your problem.

Gina is an important reminder to all of us that teenage girls shouldn’t feel ashamed of their sprouting sexuality. She might be the show’s most lovable female, inside and out. You go girl!

9. Missy
Missy really comes into her own in season two. The former dense outcast learns to overcome her manifested insecurity: Mirror Missy. She’s a sweet nerd who uses her newfound strength to embrace her inner hornball (shouts to Mr. Wiggles).

I’m the biggest perv in the world.

Taboo? She’s just out here trying to masturbate in peace. We ain’t mad at you girl. We’re looking forward to the next phase in your evolution.

8. Andrew
Big man had himself quite a busy season. When he’s not skydiving into boob heaven or getting caught yanking it to Nick’s sister, he’s surviving shame court, the blue waffle nightmare and his first lip waxing. The volume alone gets this guy on the list. He entered his first relationship and ended it, all in the same episode.

Sex is so…complicated.

From awkward creep to lauded pimp, season two was an adventure for young Glouberman. He sure is lucky to have a hormone monster like Maury.

7. Maury
The shining star of season one is back and he brought an extra serving of funny with him. Maury is just…the best. Everything that comes out of his mouth is gold. You can always count on the monster behind all of Andrew’s sex-capades to help him through every scenario.

Cunning? We talking about eating pussy? Too bad you lost your womb broom.

He even shaved himself bald as a sign of solidarity. There’s nothing else to say other than, we can’t wait for more Maury in season three.

6. Jessi
Jessi is not handling her parents separation well and we’re embarrassed at how much we’re enjoying it. We feel for her, so when she dabbles in kleptomania and edibles, we give her a pass. She’s earned it after having to endure all that family drama at home.

Finger-knees.

A line is finally crossed when she slips and tells Nick and Gina’s secret to Devin. The guilt pushes her underneath the comforting weight of Depression Kitty but, thankfully, the recently fired Connie is there to save her. It’s been an emotional ride. Hopefully she can catch a break in season three.

5. Connie
SNL legend Maya Rudolph has found her calling as Constance the hormone monster. Connie’s got her hands full dealing with Jessi’s school and family drama and heroically manages to get her out of the depression cell. Let’s also not forget her swinging disco number at the Korean spa: I Love It All.

My booty is a beauty. My boobs a work of art. My love handles. My bat wings. I love every single part!

Her stint with unemployment was brief, seeing that she’s got a new project for season three in Nick. This might be her best professional role and i’ve seen Bridesmaids.

4. Jay
Girls. Guys. Girl pillows. Guy pillows. You’re probably asking yourself, “Is there anything this guy won’t hook up with?”. Probably a bag of microwaved tomato soup…oh wait, nevermind. Jay gets the most action on the show, and if he wants a subscription to jean short monthly then, by god, we should let the man live. 

If I was gonna get laid, I wouldn’t use a condom. I’m not a woman.

He also has a surprisingly positive outlook, despite having to deal with a (let’s say toxic) family dynamic. We agree with Maury on this one: “He’s his own hormone monster.”.

3. Lola
You’d be hard-pressed to find a more despicable character in season one. And for the first half of season two as well, now that we think about it. They give her a bigger role this year and she did not waste the opportunity. She really breaks out with a comedic performance no one could have seen coming.

Hey, Humpty Dumpty, last one to rub my front is a rotten egg you, rotten egg.

Partially furnished condo? Check. Nabbed herself a short-term boyfriend? Check. Makes a new bff in Gina? Check. All while starting a school-wide feminist movement. Her confidence may be irrational, but we’ll allow it.

2. Nick
Speaking of irrational confidence, Nick is our runner-up. He had quite a second season. My man hit a game-winning buzzer beater, grew his first set of pubes, plus attempted murder (and that was just the first episode). He had the balls to approach the widely coveted Gina Alvarez and, even though he started in the friend zone, found a way out (and managed to grab a boob along the way).

You’re so funny, and you have such kind eyes. You’re like a white shit.

Hooking up with Gina gives Nick some major clout going into season three and losing Rick as his hormone monster (R.I.P.) might be a blessing in disguise. Because we couldn’t be more excited to see what debauchery will ensue after pairing him with the conspicuous Connie.

1. Coach Steve
That’s right. The MVP of season two goes to DJ Pendejo himself: Coach Steve. Check the highlights: gains a best friend, loses his virginity to said best friends mom propelling him into “Gary” status, leading to the best song of season two (and maybe history):

I Want To Do Sex On A Lady!

He introduces us to the Bad Mitten and breaks down the shame wizard with his ultimate weapon: shamelessness. He’s a caring soul and retains a weirdly positive outlook given his depressing social status and literal garbage living situation (shouts to the diaper barge). If it weren’t for his recent firing, he might be pitching a perfect season. His future moving forward seems cloudy but, no matter what happens, we know it’s going to be both hilariously dismal and the most funnest thing ever. LeBron James! (Pube-fetti rains) ♦

ig Mouth was a surprise breakout hit for Netflix last year. Critically, it sits at a perfect 100% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. To be honest with you, the overall design is kind of…gross. I had no interest initially, but then I got stoned and gave it a chance. I had such a good time, I ended up binging the entire series in one night. Not that you have to get high in order to watch it. I’ve had multiple sober viewings that have been just as enjoyable. The show isn’t just dumb funny either. It explores some real life growing pains and speaks in a language (other than vulgar) that most kids, pre-teens, teens and maybe even some adults can relate to. Fast forward to season two and, just as I would have hoped, it does not disappoint. This show’s got heart and a compelling enough narrative to keep anyone engaged. Whether you’re a horny nerd with a micro penis or a horny nerd with a massive penis and everything out and in between, you’ll find something to laugh your ass off to. Here are my power rankings for the cast of Big Mouth season two.

10. Gina

A newbie to the series, this season two standout is the only rookie to crack the list. She’s a student-athlete who becomes the victim of objectification and slut-shaming. But, by the end of the season, learns to turn embarrassment into empowerment.

I liked getting my boobs felt, and if that makes me a slut, well, then that’s your problem.

Gina is an important reminder to all of us that teenage girls shouldn’t feel ashamed of their sprouting sexuality. She might be the show’s most lovable female, inside and out. You go girl!

9. Missy

Missy really comes into her own in season two. The former dense outcast learns to overcome her manifested insecurity: Mirror Missy. She’s a sweet nerd who uses her newfound strength to embrace her inner hornball (shouts to Mr. Wiggles).

I’m the biggest perv in the world.

Taboo? She’s just out here trying to masturbate in peace. We ain’t mad at you girl. We’re looking forward to the next phase in your evolution.

8. Andrew

Big man had himself quite a busy season. When he’s not skydiving into boob heaven or getting caught yanking it to Nick’s sister, he’s surviving shame court, the blue waffle nightmare and his first lip waxing. The volume alone gets this guy on the list. He entered his first relationship and ended it, all in the same episode.

Sex is so…complicated.

From awkward creep to lauded pimp, season two was an adventure for Glouberman. He sure is lucky to have a hormone monster like Maury to guide him.

7. Maury

The shining star of season one is back and he brought an extra serving of funny with him. Maury is just…the best. Everything that comes out of his mouth is gold. You can always count on the monster behind all of Andrew’s sex-capades to help him through every scenario.

Cunning? We talking about eating pussy? Too bad you lost your womb broom.

He even shaved himself bald as a sign of solidarity. There’s nothing else to say other than, we can’t wait for more Maury in season three.

6. Jessi

Jessi is not handling her parents separation well and we love it. We feel for her so, when she dabbles in kleptomania and edibles, we give her a pass. She’s earned it after having to endure all that family drama at home.

Finger-knees.

A line is finally crossed when she slips and tells Nick and Gina’s secret to Devin. The guilt pushes her underneath the comforting weight of Depression Kitty but, thankfully, the recently fired Connie is there to save her. It’s been an emotional ride. Hopefully she can catch a break in season three.


5. Connie

SNL legend Maya Rudolph has found her calling as Constance the hormone monster. Connie’s got her hands full dealing with Jessi’s school and family drama and heroically manages to get her out of the depression cell. Let’s also not forget her swinging disco number at the Korean spa: I Love It All.

My booty is a. beauty. My boobs a work of art. My love handles. My bat wings. I love every single part!

Her stint with unemployment was brief, seeing that she’s got a new project for season three in Nick. This might be her best professional role and i’ve seen Bridesmaids.


4. Jay

Girls. Guys. Girl pillows. Guy pillows. You’re probably asking yourself, “Is there anything this guy won’t hook up with?”. Probably a bag of microwaved tomato soup…oh wait, nevermind. Jay gets the most action on the show, and if he wants a subscription to jean short monthly then, by god, we should let the man live.

If I was gonna get laid, I wouldn’t use a condom. I’m not a woman.

He also has a surprisingly positive outlook, despite having to deal with a (let’s say toxic) family dynamic. We agree with Maury on this one: “He’s his own hormone monster.”.


3. Lola

You’d be hard-pressed to find a more despicable character in season one. And for the first half of season two as well, now that we think about it. They give her a bigger role this year and she did not waste the opportunity. She really breaks out with a comedic performance no one could have seen coming.

Hey, Humpty Dumpty, last one to rub my front is a rotten egg, you, rotten egg.

Partially furnished condo? Check. Nabbed herself a short-term boyfriend? Check. Makes a new bff in Gina? Check. All while starting a school-wide feminist movement. Her confidence may be irrational, but we’ll allow it.


2. Nick

Speaking of irrational confidence, Nick is our runner-up. He had quite a second season. My man hit a game-winning buzzer beater, grew his first set of pubes, plus attempted murder (and that was just the first episode). He had the balls to approach the widely coveted Gina Alvarez and, even though he started in the friend zone, found a way out (and managed to grab a boob along the way).

You’re so funny, and you have such kind eyes. You’re like a white shit.

Hooking up with Gina gives Nick some major clout going into season three and losing Rick as his hormone monster (R.I.P.) might be a blessing in disguise. Because we couldn’t be more excited to see what debauchery will ensue after pairing him with the conspicuous Connie.


1. Coach Steve

That’s right. The MVP of season two goes to DJ Pendejo himself: Coach Steve. Check the highlights: gains a best friend, loses his virginity to said best friends mom propelling him into “Gary” status, leading to the best song of season two (and maybe history):

I want to do sex on a lady!

He introduces us to the Bad Mitten and breaks down the Shame Wizard with his ultimate weapon: shameless- ness. He’s a caring soul and retains a weirdly positive outlook given his depressing social status and literal garbage living situation (shouts to the diaper barge). If it weren’t for his recent firing, he might be pitching a perfect season. His future moving forward seems cloudy but, no matter what happens, we know it’s going to be both hilariously dismal and the most funnest thing ever. LeBron James! (Pube-fetti rains)

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