A blonde wig and some naughty underthings can't solve every problem.
"I had seven years as a single young woman in New York before I married my second husband. So I can relate to a lot of that."
"It's not easy being married to an odd man."
Plus, a teensy-weensy bit of a scoop about his role on Downton Abbey.
This week, we see even more of the person Hannah is when she has a job.
Watch for New York's art critic this Sunday.
"I’ve been on the other side of that coin with so many different girls I’ve dated."
"I was like, Whatever — how hard are we dancing? And then I just ripped the crotch out of a pair of pants."
Here is how.
Hannah and Co. head to a beach house on Long Island. And it's totally chill and no one fights or anything.
For the first time this season, Girls felt like it was on Hannah’s side.
Is Jessa a sociopath? Was Hannah's OCD flare-up textbook? Why is Marnie driven to make us all uncomfortable with her performances?
It's called "Simplethings."
And do Dunham and her fellow Girls producers care if we hate her?
"Maybe even the psychologists who write those books about sociopaths are sociopaths."
Hannah really needs to start paying attention to what's going on around her.
He's never coming back. But what has he been up to?
“Are you feeling anything?” could be asked of any Girls character, in almost any circumstance.
Dunham loves seeing Taylor Swift, and Amy Poehler, and Kat Dennings, and ...
“Are you going to call me self-involved too?
We're talking near-Enlightened levels.
Both will air Saturday instead of Sunday.
Jo March and Hannah Horvath are both the voices of their generations, or of a generation.
See the garbage can Hannah threw Cafe Grumpy's trash in.