Sex Education Season 2 concluded on a cliffhanger when Otis declared his love for Maeve through voicemail, which Maeve’s new buddy Isaac destroyed. Season 3 of Sex Education is now out, and we can finally receive the answer we’ve all been waiting for.
The show’s third season includes new characters such as Hope Hadden, the new head of the school who makes a strong first impression while also being an authoritative figure. The first episode foreshadows some significant changes at Moordale High.
Maeve continues to become close to her next-door neighbour Isaac, whom we all despise after the Season 2 finale, while Otis is now in a casual relationship with Ruby Matthews.
A new ‘Sex King’ arrives at Moordale High, and his counsel lands a kid in trouble. Otis pursues him and threatens to inform the school about his side business, but the ‘Sex King’ responds by threatening to inform everyone about his and Ruby’s connection. Otis attempts to keep his secret connection a secret, but ultimately the entire school learns about it.
Ruby confesses she’s ashamed to be spotted by him when hooking up in a hidden area. If she feels humiliated by Otis, he informs her they are done.
Jean, Otis’ mother, is pregnant with Jakob’s child, but she hasn’t told him yet. She drives by his house, again and again, trying to get the guts to tell him about the baby.
Dex, a student, seeks guidance from the new “Sex King” and finds himself in an awkward predicament. Maeve and Otis come upon a distraught Dex and offer him advice on his sex predicament. Otis realizes that giving sex advice to another student is unlawful, so he goes to Hadden and informs him that the sex clinic is still operating illegally, but it isn’t managed by him or Maeve.
Ruby informs Otis that now that everyone knows about them, they may still see each other and kiss in public to show themselves. The abandoned bathroom gets demolished at the end of the episode. Is this to say that the sex clinic is no longer open? We’ll never know for sure.