In Girls’ season three finale Hannah Horvath was accepted into the Iowa Writers’ Workship, Marnie finally kissed Desi and Shoshanna found out she isn’t a college graduate after all.

“Two Plane Rides” began with a shock for Hannah (Lena Dunham), who runs into a pregnant Caroline (Gaby Hoffmann) in the hallway. Caroline has been shacking up with Laird (Jon Glaser) and is, apparently, expecting a baby.

When Hannah returns to her apartment to open her mail, she finds an acceptance letter from Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her first stop to share the big news: Marnie (Allison Williams). Marnie babbles on about how she knows she needs to tell Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) about her relationship with Ray (Alex Karpovsky), before congratulating Hannah.

Meanwhile, when Marnie finally does gather her courage to tell Shoshanna, it’s not a good time. Shosh’s partying and wild semester has taken a toll on her academic life and, as it turns out, she didn’t graduate college. She’s missing three credits after failing a class. Right after discovering she isn’t a college graduate after all, Shoshanna gets a visit from Marnie that ends in Marnie telling her about her dalliance with Ray and Shosh wrestling her and screaming that she hates her.

Later, Shoshanna and Marnie meet up with Ray, Hannah and Elijah (Andrew Rannells) at the opening of Adam’s play, Major Barbara. Before the play started, Marnie went to wish Desi (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) good luck, and ended up making out with him in the dressing room. After the show, his girlfriend confronted Marnie in the bathroom, calling her “a sad pathetic mess” and warning her to stay away. Durinng intermission, Shoshanna talked to Ray and asked him to take her back, telling him she loves him, but he turned her down.

Before the play, Hannah visited Adam (Adam Driver) and told him about Iowa, saying that his acting had inspired her to work on her own art, and that this could be great for them as a couple of artists. Adam tells her he loves her, and tries to focus on the play.

In other news, Jessa (Jemima Kirke) is working for an artist she met at Marnie’s gallery, and the artist asks her to buy her drugs so that she can kill herself. Jessa refused at first, but the artist pleaded with her and eventually Jessa caved. Jessa sat with her while the artist took drugs to commit suicide, but, as she was waiting for the drugs to take effect, the artist changed her mind and demanded Jessa dial 9-1-1.

After the show, Hannah was thrilled with Adam’s performance. Unfortunately, Adam doesn’t feel the same way. When he sees Hannah at the stage door, he is clearly upset. He demands to know why she would tell him about her potential move across the country right before he’s about to go onstage for his big debut. He accuses her of leaving him and doesn’t appear to want to try to make their relationship work long distance. Adam walks away dejected. The episode ends with Adam getting some unwanted attention from a friendly co-star during a photo call of the cast.

Hannah returns home by herself, and goes to pick up her acceptance letter. She holds it up to her chest, and smiles.

Olivia Truffaut-Wong

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