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We know you’re missing the snarky jokes and hilarious awkward moments from Netflix’s 'Sex Education'. Check out these quotes to get excited for season 3!

Get educated and honor these iconic quotes from Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’

We know you’re missing the snarky jokes and hilarious awkward moments from Netflix’s Sex Education. But don’t fear, it’s 2021 and season 3 isn’t too far away! In fact, Asa Butterfield (Otis) told The Guardian that everything is about to change for the characters in the next installment. 

Asa Butterfield confessed that being back on set for Sex Education season 3 has been a dream come true. He expressed to The Guardian: “When we started, it was a bit like being let out of prison. It was the first time anyone had been in a big group of people for months and we were all over excited . . . to work is a blessing. I won’t take it for granted again.”

Now Butterfield and the rest of the Netflix cast are ready to get back to business and are finally excited to release the next season of the intriguing teenage drama.

Season 3 of Sex Education

According to Cosmopolitan, the third season of Sex Education will bring back our favorite cast with actress Jemina Kirke who will “play former Moordale student and new headmistress Hope”. Hope won’t be any regular headmistress, but will try to make Moordale as “excellent” as it can truly be. Yikes

On the other hand, Harry Potter sorcerer & legendary actor Jason Isaacs will be playing the wealthy Mr.Peter Groff who’s probably a pain in his brother’s (Mr. Groff) a*ss. Mr. Groff (Alistair Petrie) stays with Peter during his sudden separation from his wife Mrs. Groff. 

And lastly, Dua Saleh will be playing a new student who becomes Hope’s nemesis Cal very quickly. But since we can’t see these new characters in those awkward student halls just yet, let’s take a look at some of the most iconic quotes from Netflix’s Sex Education. 

Otis’s truth

Otis figured it out: “Sometimes the people we like don’t like us back, and there’s nothing you can do about it.” And that’s perfectly fine!

Remember when Otis (Asa Butterfield) realized that we just need to love ourselves? “Everyone has bodies right? It’s nothing to be ashamed of.”

“It shouldn’t matter what anyone in school thinks. You are who you are. Don’t let anyone take that away from you.”

“One day, you’re gonna meet someone who appreciates you for who you are. I mean there are seven billion people on the planet. I know one of them is gonna climb up on a moon for you.”

“I think you need to own your narrative”

Dr. Jean is in session

Who can forget Otis’s wise mother Dr. Jean: “It’s a fine balance, listening to people without inserting yourself into their reality.”

Intercourse can be wonderful, but it can also cause tremendous pain. And if you’re not careful, sex can destroy lives.”

There’s something about Eric!

“You should wash your hands, you detty pig!”

“Crisps. Otis. Just Crisps.”

“Knowledge is power, power is status and status means popular.

Are you excited for season 3 of Netflix’s Sex Education? Do you think Otis will finally get his happily-ever-after? Let us know in the comments below. 

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