Advertisements I binged watched the Crown in a couple of days. Some things really stood out at me. Nudity/Sex scenes - really come off as a surprise. I don't recall anything like that in the first season, aside from a reference to Elizabeth going down on her knees. There was nothing overt. Instead, we get extended sex scenes with Margaret's beau/fiance. I was really surprised that it came up like that. Seemed more like they put it in for the shock factor than it being needed to tell the story. They could have alluded to it the way the rest of the season and the previous season alluded to it. The 5 month tour was 3 episodes (and 2 episodes too long). I kept thinking 'get on with it'. There didn't seem like there was enough to put in those 3 episodes. I expected more from the Olympic games. Things that needed more time - their "arrangement" wasn't fleshed out as to what they did to make Philip happy to stay in the marriage. If you don't know if there was one, don't reference it for the show. And if you do, give some details, because otherwise, it's just confusing. I know that there is speculation that Philip cheated, but no real proof. I'm sure that's what they are trying to convey here. In reality, though, they just implied that he cheated and that she was willing to accept it. Same with Philip getting to decide Charles's education. The show implied that it was part of the arrangement. I also feel like the Kennedy thing was a bit weird. I've never heard the drugs angle before. It's an interesting portrayal of Jackie. I felt like the actress was too thin for the role, though. It was distracting.