The Last Man on Earth Season 2 Episode 6 “A Real Live Wire ” :- Watch The Last Man on Earth Season 2 Episode 6 “A Real Live Wire ” on Youtube on Fire,Phil and Todd rejuvenate their old friendship from Tuscon after doing time together; Phil and Phil 2’s growing tension between each other over Carol reaches its tipping point. Eventually she admits the truth but explains that he is a changed man and they should give him another chance – which they agree to do. Unfortunately Phil, unaware of their change of heart, rushes in with a gun to demand forgiveness, with the result that they put him in the stocks. Leaving Phil at a distance Carol approaches the group and the mansion owner Gordon, who on seeing her collapses with a heart attack. Reverting back to being Phil, he and Carol have been travelling for six months in his R.V. and, briefly a bomber plane, visiting Carol’s childhood home amongst other stops. Carol wants to return to Tucson but Phil is not keen. However, after he has accidentally left her behind at a gas station he assumes she is bound to go there. and reluctantly makes his way back to the survivors’ house, only to find it empty.LOL … I really did The funny ironical jokes still at it in this show >> Will Forte is Hilarious with his i hate this life but i wanna live style and “Carol” acting like it is all normal and “we should go back home to Tucson” just when the world is so empty :Dbringing Jason Sudeikis to the cast as Phil’s Brother is just as fresh is it could get and i really have so much expectations for him to have an important funny role in this.As for the other gang .. still no sight for them … makes you know that without President Phil there would be no life ;)Overall,, the start of this season was really good .. highly rated and fingers crossed for the next “probably” 9 episodes to be as good.
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Action, Crime, Drama
Release: 8 November 2015
IMDB Rating: 7.6/10
Director: Jason Woliner
Stars: Will Forte, Kristen Schaal, Mel Rodriguez