Semi-talented rapper dates a girl with a giant ass. I feel like I’ve seen this before.
Not to worry, though, Sandy isn’t your typical Black guy. He owns a copy of “the Fountainhead”, so maybe he’s not one of the 95% of Black Americans that voted for Obama. Nothing bothers me more than when diversity is contrived. You’d be better off to just stick with white people.
Hannah’s backslide is also apparent because while she is involved with Sandy, she is still playing caretaker to Adam. Hannah is a pro at avoiding intimacy, as she makes a point of telling Sandy to never use ‘love’ in or around here, as she wants no such attachments. Adam also points out her avoidance when he reminds her that he’s never felt so close to someone, either. I always found Adam too aloof but I appreciated the sentiment about loving someone meaning you don’t always have to be nice to them. In fact, no one on this show is nice- which is probably why it feels so genuine.
His leg has atrophied but his right arm is getting stronger by the day
Still, Hannah is in too deep with Adam, who has turned the tables and now cares for her. She plays the “we need to talk” card half a dozen times, but never gets the courage to tell Adam that she is seeing someone else. Hannah should just grab Adam by the balls and tell him the truth, as she literally has his balls in her hand, as he is too unfit to go to the bathroom without her aid.
If this show is a modern day “Seinfeld”, than Marnie is Elaine in that episode where her life begins to unravel just as George’s life begins to turn around. George’s equal in this scenario, Hannah, looks downright settled compared to Marnie’s life. Marnie’s boss at the art gallery takes her to lunch to “downsize” her but the conversation leads to her forgetting to let Marnie go. When Marnie has lunch with her mother, she is told that she looks 30 years old, which is the kiss of death for any twenty-something.
If you count Peter Scolari’s appearance as Hannah’s father, Rita Wilson is the second person to have been screwed by Tom Hanks to appear on “Girls”
My sympathies to the Millennial generation- so many of their parents want to be friends with them, rather than be their parents. Marnie’s mother wants to share her sex life. Marnie’s take on her mother’s dalliances, “even I wouldn’t bang a cater waiter”. Shoshannah can relate to this as she has been spending her time wallowing in the regret of losing her virginity to coffee house manager, Ray. No one has grown up jobs in Brooklyn. It’s the Peter Pan borough apparently.