Hannah gets into grad school, Adam’s show opens, and all the girls have absolute travesties in timing.
Patti LaPone, Adam & Ray’s bromance, and Marine’s fledging music career all return in the penultimate episode of Girls season 3.
Hannah and Adam are finally hitting the skids, Marnie is kind of getting seduced, and Felicity Jones makes a guest spot in what is arguably the most well-rounded episode of Girls Season 3 yet.
Hannah’s grandmother is dying. It creates a spotlight episode for Hannah where we learn about her family dynamic, how great Adam is as a boyfriend, and how self-centered Hannah always has been.
Mar 2, 2014
Major life events happen for Adam, Hannah interviews Patti LuPone, Marnie feels lame, and Jessa’s drug history still haunts her.
Feb 23, 2014
The crew gallivants to Long Island for a stay at Marnie’s Mom’s friend’s house. Of course Marine wants everything to go perfect, but there’s always some forced melodrama because we’re talking about Girls, right?
Feb 16, 2014
Hannah somehow pulled a real job out of her ass that she should be grateful for, but instead remains insufferable
Hannah goes to a funeral, Shoshanna gets sick of Jessa, Adam and his sister get some therapy, and Marine & Ray get closer than ever. While the focus is still on Hannah this episode, the balance between characters were much better.
Hannah’s boss is dead and her world halfway unravels, but in all honesty, she’s still the most stable character on Girls Season 3; and that’s saying something.
After a semi-reboot and a road trip episode, GIRLS Season 3 finally went back to the gang in Brooklyn trying to figure out life. It’s Hannah’s birthday, and for the first time all season, we have all the leads in a single room, pontificating about life.
Girls season 3 has started off really strong, maybe mainstreamed a bit, but all for the better.
In the midst of scheduling disputes with Aaron Sorkin over whether or not he can even write the third season of The Newsroom, the second season over at ACN ended neatly wrapped up in a bow with everyone getting pretty much the happy ending they wanted. I can't say it was satisfying, but it was a fun conclusion.
It seems like Will and the ACN crew want to make sure they have every reason to be fired instead of trying to fight the good fight that they've been going for since the series' inception.