Late in Sunday’s second season finale of Barry, Bill Hader’s homicidal title character experiences a rare moment of relief. He’s just learned that his acting teacher, Gene Cousineau, who that day had been framed for a murder that Barry committed, is being released from jail. The hitman’s mentor, it turns out, is cleared by a bit of clever evidence planting (more on that later).
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