Girls Recap: Everyone from Brooklyn and two thirds of Manhattan go to a party, someone smokes crack and Hannah maybe finally gets what she wants from Adam?
Girls Problem: High expectations of a party.
We remember getting excited for parties and worrying that if it wasn’t amazing, our heart would be broken. Since we’re sure that Jessa’s seen her fair share of full moon parties on Thai beaches and found herself dancing in musty basements in Paris, we have no doubt her expectations of what would make The Best Party Ever are fairly untenable for any event. When they get to the party she is relieved that “all of Brooklyn and two thirds of Manhattan” is there. It feels like the first time we’ve seen her genuinely happy.
Ten Years From Now: The parties she remembers (and a few of the ones she cannot) will be immortalized as the best parties.
Girls Problem: Your ex-boyfriend has moved on after two weeks.
Questionable Goods is playing and Marnie puts on a big show for her friends about how she has to say hi to Charlie lest he perceive her as even more of a bitch. His band has moved on from the duo and become a full-fledged foursome; there’s even a crowd watching. Marnie looks proud as they cheer, and for a moment we have the sinking worry that she’s going to try and get him back all over again. After graciously congratulating him, she looks on dumbfounded after meeting his new piece Audrey, who looks like she still listens to MGMT and might’ve been coughed out of the barge that voyaged from Burning Man. Audrey has no idea Marnie is Charlie’s ex and instead mistakes her for “one of those Real Housewives.” (Such a great burn!) After commiserating to a hot stranger on a couch, she looks for her next set of ears and finds Elijah (Hannah’s gay college ex). He scolds her for selfishly droning on about herself, and reveals something we didn’t know: Marnie and he made out after Rent rehearsals while he was dating Hannah. (Enough with the Rent references, Girls!) He slaps her after she criticizes his performance in said play, and that makes a total of three men in one night who rebuff her.
Ten Years From Now: Since Marnie conveniently forgot about her makeout with Elijah, we’re guessing she’ll dust this whole night and Charlie’s moving on under the rug of self-preservation she’s placed in the living room that is her ego.
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