The Duplasses do a wonderful job of creating truly joyous moments, and it’s not just because those moments are borne out of pain. In fact, much of the new season’s happiness and levity is whimsical and spur-of-the-moment (and the moments of sojourn, reverie, and revelry are visually sumptuous). They are earned as much as the sadness is, though their time is so much more fleeting. What’s left is that most of the dark, awkward, painful, naval-gazing realness of the rest of the season fosters less of a sense of universal togetherness, and more of a desire to retreat away completely. CBS