This show started off with real good concept and still is if the story can manifest, having Jake and his capability as the center. In Season 2, it has different agendas, stories became slightly scattered day by day. I still like it, hoping that the writer or the producer will take us somewhere meaningful. So far, more relapses than story building.
One obvious example: Lucy comes along, started off crazy, but she learned to cope with Jake non-verbal communication style. Even Avram caught up quickly, but his father, supposedly the one who should know his child, often confused. With a child like Jake, his favorite actions are: turn his back on his child so the kid has a chance to run off, keep calling his name for whatever petty or big reasons (he loves to just call the name and stood there for 30 seconds before he can jump start his feet to follow the kid), not thinking clearly to what or when, temperamental as often as the director/producer think it can gain audience's attention. One character with no improvement but lots of erratic and illogical behaviors. Quite painful to watch, a regressive character.
Hopefully this episode remains to be the only one I find the most difficult to watch.