Once known as a "bad boy" celebrity chef, Chang grows up and takes stock of everything he knows in Season 2 of his Netflix culinary docuseries. "Chang’s admissions of his own ignorance are imbued with a new thread of personal humility, forming the basis of a season in which Chang freely declares himself 'that a**hole' who knows nothing about Indian cooking, who mixes up Arab and Iranian cuisines, whose previously held notions of steak and politics are rendered, if not wrong, then at least further complicated. So please, the season’s ethos seems to say, watch him learn," says Jenny G. Zhang. "Part of that comes through in how Chang delegates his work to others this time around, sending even more of his friends and collaborators around the globe without him. In the third episode, 'Steak,' some of the most memorable scenes take place with Chang nowhere to be found. ALSO: Chang built Season 2 in response to criticism over Season 1 -- even though "it still has 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes."