‘Reservation Dogs’ Season Finale: Why Closing Daniel’s Story Is the Best Decision

‘Reservation Dogs’ Season Finale: Why Closing Daniel’s Story Is the Best Decision
Editor’s Note: Spoilers for the season finale of “Reservation Dogs” Season 2 are included.

The sophomore season of Sterlin Harjo’s “Reservation Dogs” felt a lot like the final season of “Atlanta,” with an emphasis on strong bottle episodes that ultimately compelled the Res Dogs to seek their own individual identities. But the season finale, appropriately titled “I Still Believe,” ultimately drew the foursome back together to find strength and faith in their friendship. A trip to California, a meeting with white Jesus, and a trip to the beach was enough for the Res Dogs to finally close the chapter on what sparked the series in the first place and enter Season 3 with an entirely clean slate. That’s exciting.

Having Bear, Elora, Willie Jack, and Cheese have an imagined seaside reunion with Daniel (Dalton Cramer) was a strong decision. The first season mourned the immediate loss of their friend,
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