‘Girls’ Season 2 Finale Spoilers, Recap: Will Hannah Finally Get it Together? [VIDEO]
on Mar 15, 2013 10:50 AM EDT
The second season of Lena Dunham's hit HBO drama Girls will end on March 17, in an episode titled "Together."
The term together could foreshadow that Dunham's character Hannah might be finally getting it together, following intense moments of severe anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder in the last few episodes, after she landed an e-book deal.
In the trailer for the season finale, Hannah is on the phone with her father who is asking her if she's taking her meds. The trailer then ends with Hannah's ex boyfriend Adam (Adam Driver) destroying his lumber-ridden apartment when he hears his phone ring.
The clip ends with Adam, who had serious hate sex with his new girlfriend in the last episode, saying "Hannah?" Maybe, "together" alludes to couples getting back together?
After last week's episode, "On All Fours," the flailing Marnie (Allison Williams) premiered her attempt at launching a music career by singing an awkward, ballad-style cover of Kanye West's hit "Stronger" at an event for her newly successful ex, Charlie (Christopher Abbott).
After the song, Charlie takes her into his office, where they end up having sex and it seemed like they might get back together. In the finale trailer, Marnie and Charlie are seen talking while Marnie says, "I've just never imagined in a million years that you and I would be having casual sex," but with an irritated tone.
And the de-flowered but not de-valued Shoshana (Zosia Mamet) seems to be on the verge of a breakup with Ray (Alex Karpovsky). But will they stay together? In the trailer, she pokes at his negative demeanor and tells him she can't be the only thing he likes.
The HBO series is directed by Dunham and co-written between Dunham and Judd Apatow.
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