Nearly a year since her therapy began, Erica is enjoying the outcome. Indeed, her life does seem significantly "fixed", having landed a hot new job at River Rock Publishing and the man she calls Mr. Right, her best friend Ethan. But the boat is about to be rocked. Sent back to her greatest regret - the death of her brother Leo, Dr. Tom warns Erica that she is only to say goodbye, and not to meddle with the course of fate. But the temptation is too great and Erica defies Dr. Tom's trust, leaving her at a crossroads, unknowing if she will ever see her therapist again.
Season Two Erica is worldlier, more accountable, and more experienced in the ways of time travel. If season one introduced her to time travel, season two has her questioning and exploring its dynamics. She's no longer the inexperienced patient traveling wide-eyed through time. This Erica is more skilled in the Dr. Tom school of therapy and, while continuing to undergo it to learn more about herself through her life's regrets, will seek out answers to the more complex questions surrounding time travel, Dr. Tom, his brand of therapy, and her place within it.