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Instead of Marnie in bed with Hannah, it was Elijah. Margaret: I loved all of Hannah's clearly from-Anthropologie bedding. Let's go shopping." Emma: I feel like they really want to kick Marnie down and make her rebuild herself this season. The only thing I did feel bad about was Hannah not really getting back to her. The Black Republican New Boyfriend Emma: AKA Donald Glover, who is adorable. " Lori F.: I'm not sure what the best way would be, though. Emma: It's possible that he was cast for that reason, but I also think she's just friends with him and liked him for the show. Lori F.: I have to say, I found Adam far less sympathetic in this episode than I did at the end of last season. Adam was SO pathetic this episode and therefore SO unappealing. On the "Today" show the other day, she was thoroughly Shosh. It seems totally plausible that somehow things would have gotten awkward. Emma: I more noticed her snark about Hannah's weight.

Should we go in chronological order, starting with the new BF? Lori L.: I found Hannah so unlikeable this episode -- way more than Marnie. Lori L.: You know, the usual narcissism, which seemed to be even worse, especially with the Marnie stuff. Margaret: He is adorable, but I'm not sure this was the best way to deal with the criticism "Girls" has received for not having a more diverse cast. Honestly, he's charming so I don't really care either way. Margaret: I was surprised that he's not hearing that she's not into it anymore or sensing it. Emma: At this point, their entire relationship just needs to end. And as Shosh notes, he has done wonders for the apartment. Lori F.: How did Hannah not understand his French salon idea? Emma: But in "Mad Men" she's basically unrecognizable. I just loved that she stood up for herself in this scene. Lori F.: Her standing up for herself was especially self-help-y. She's much better about standing her ground than the others. "I'm not gonna do like what Hannah does and order six pizzas to make me feel better." Lori F.: I didn't notice the weight loss. Lori F.: I thought two things were interesting about this scene: 1) Marnie's mom trying to be friends and even calling her daughter prudish. I see this with so many people, mothers and daughters agreeing that they're best friends. I can't say whether it's healthy or not -- who knows?

Margaret: I agree that it's hard for her to win this. Emma: By addressing the criticism, she inevitably opens herself up to more criticism for tokenization... Lori L.: But I found H's behavior TOWARD him so unappealing too. Lori F.: I want to talk about this line: "When you love someone, you don't have to be nice all the time." Lori L.: That makes sense to me. You inevitably won't be nice to them all the time, but I'm not sure you're off the hook entirely. That's One Way To End A Party Lori L.: So I just want to say that Elijah is my favorite character. I mean, Hannah, you went to a liberal arts school and you're a writer. Hannah, for instance, puts off telling Adam how she feels, then when she's finally honest, it's mean and repellant. She's very thin, but I didn't realize it was a dramatic change from last season. 2) Marnie telling her mom that she talks to her friends "way worse than this." Lori F.: Marnie doesn't need a best friend to talk about sex with right now -- even if Hannah is MIA. Emma: I think that most women want their moms to be their moms ... -- but it's not a dynamic I have with my mother or want with my child. From what I've seen, mother-daughter best friend relationships can backfire.

But I do hope to see more diversity in general this season. I think that there's an argument for the fact that this is accurate, like it or not. Emma: I think she's so intentionally trying to make sure he is the "anti-Adam" by telling him not to say love and going on and on about how she used to like any guy who liked her. You're supposed to try to be nice some of the time. His sentiment is correct, but it doesn't give you license to be a jerk. Lori L.: Can we discuss Shosh and Andrew Rannells because I love them both so much? Also, I liked when Elijah told Marnie not to harmonize. Lori F.: I'm not saying Shosh's self-defense is bad, just how she talks. Lori F.: "I only want to date people who want to date me because that is called self-respect." Margaret: Right out of that book about The Ladies from season 1. The beer spilling out during the kiss was a nice touch, too. Margaret: Maybe dramatic is too strong, but I noticed it. Her weight is her business, but in both senses of the word, unfortunately. But I'm not saying that it's impossible to have that and have a really healthy relationship with your mom.

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Season 1 left us with so many questions: Are Hannah and Adam finished?

And Naturally, season 2, episode 1 didn't begin to answer all of those questions for us, but it certainly gave us a lot to discuss. Lori Leibovich: And I'll just say: The first episode disappointed me. First episodes of 30-minute shows usually aren't my favorite. Of all the people on the show to get booted from her job... Possibly misguided because Marnie is hard to feel sorry for. And as Dunham has said, the point here is partly to get you to love the characters even if you don't always like them, the way you do real human beings -- to support them even when they're unlikeable. Her facial expressions there were especially amazing. I also loved when she was "djing" in the corner with the stove and a Solo cup. Margaret: I believe she would send countless emojis. Emma: In my mind, he freaked out and started blowing her off. I feel like we shouldn't have to infer so much, though. We talked about her firing, but let's discuss her lunch with her mom. I was focused on her mom trying to be her best friend.

Bear with us, and by all means chime in with your comments. Lori F.: It wasn't my favorite, but I think it's because there was so much exposition. But I did appreciate the opening scene, which mirrored the opening of last season. Lori F.: The way it went down was unrealistic to me. Margaret: It felt very SATC -- walking in the West Village, "By the way, you're fired. Emma: I think Marnie will be more sympathetic as she gets kicked down a notch. Lori F.: I found it tough to feel sorry for her this episode, despite the tough stuff she's dealing with. Margaret: Out of guilt, which she explicitly says to the new boyfriend. Emma: I definitely understand why all of these girls now want to be her best friend and equate her with Shosh in real life. Margaret: I can't believe she could be anyone else. I love when she starts talking about her hymen being "missing" and how she "may be deflowered but not devalued." Lori F.: "I am woman, hear me roar." Margaret: I liked how her lines could have been from one of the self-help books she reads. They really were perfectly in line with who she is ... Margaret: And they seemed oddly sincere and to have some meaning coming from her. And I thought her interactions with Ray were awesome. Make sure to discuss Marnie sleeping over at Charlie's. Lori F.: OK, so in terms of Ray, did he just blow her off completely? Lori F.: Oh, I believe it too, but is he just ignoring that? Emma: They didn't really explain it, but that didn't bother me. Margaret: It seemed to me that the show was trying to explain Allison Williams' obvious weight loss. Emma: Oh, I didn't read that as an intentional explanation. I assume Allison Williams didn't lose the weight just for this scene.

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