Returns: Thursday, March 1 at 10/9c Where We Left Off: A still homeless Earn (Donald Glover) tucks in to his storage unit "apartment," somewhat closer to success from managing Paper Boi (Brian Tyree Henry), but he still feels the pull of the street life following the shooting that opened the season. The Scoop: Donald Glover & Co. have been so tight-lipped about Season 2 that they've practically been trolling the public, going so far as to maintain that Looney Tunes is an inspiration. In a way, he was being honest; Atlanta's second season is even more out-there than the first, with each episode seemingly unrelated to the next and so much confusion that even hardcore stoners might find it too trippy. After the premiere -- which featured Earn's uncle, played by Katt Williams, nearly causing a hostage crisis while threatening to unleash his pet alligator -- things only get weirder and more wild. Paper Boi's gold record puts him in contact with all types, including white digital tastemakers who haven't got a clue who he is, as well as fellow Atlanta cats out to shake him down for every perceived new penny he's got. Season 2 is called "Robbin' Season" after all, and despite Atlanta's acclaimed dry humor, viewers can plan on darker themes, more violence and quite possibly, a matter of life or death.