Spoilers ahead if you haven’t finished binge-watching the new season.

The first season of Aziz Ansari’s Master of None gave the world the gift of Denise (Lena Waithe). It's no surprise the sarcastic best friend, perfectly portrayed by Waithe, quickly became a fan favorite on the must-binge Netflix series.

The first season of Aziz Ansari’s Master of None gave the world the gift of Denise (Lena Waithe). It's no surprise the sarcastic best friend, perfectly portrayed by Waithe, quickly became a fan favorite on the must-binge Netflix series.

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And now with the arrival of Season 2, there is even more Denise to fall in love with. In fact, an entire episode of the latest season was dedicated to exploring her coming out story.

And now with the arrival of Season 2, there is even more Denise to fall in love with. In fact, an entire episode of the latest season was dedicated to exploring her coming out story.

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And even though the new season has only been out for a short time, people are already in agreement that the "Thanksgiving" episode is one of the all-time greatest of the series.

And even though the new season has only been out for a short time, people are already in agreement that the "Thanksgiving" episode is one of the all-time greatest of the series.

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The eighth episode, which takes place over several years of Thanksgiving celebrations, features flashbacks to a teenage Denise (Eden Duncan-Smith) confiding in Dev (Suraj Partha) about her sexuality for the very first time.

The eighth episode, which takes place over several years of Thanksgiving celebrations, features flashbacks to a teenage Denise (Eden Duncan-Smith) confiding in Dev (Suraj Partha) about her sexuality for the very first time.

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