Connie: So, here we are again guys.
Nathan: Let's do it. What'd you guys think?
Connie: I thought it was great. We actually got to see what Jessa's life is like now that she's married to Chris O'Dowd. It’s full of everything I imagine people who live in The Edge in Brooklyn doing — painting bad portraits, buying each other big gifts...
Annie: ...wearing fedoras.
Connie: Oh god, that fedora. Poor Chris.
Annie: Did you notice he kept calling Hannah, Dana?
Nathan: Ha! Is that what was going on? I thought it was just his ridiculous American accent. Why didn't they just let him be Irish? Irish guys can be finance guys, too. I really like Chris O'Dowd, but his accent is like Jimmy Stewart after dental surgery!
Connie: You can already tell that it's all going to fall apart, but for now they seem kind of happy. And those puppies! What were their names again?
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Annie: Hannukah, Garbage, and Fucker. So good. Also, Lena looked really great in her rompers. Although she called them "short-er-alls."
Connie: Yeah, they’re rompers! Short-er-alls have to have detachable straps and a bib front, but I appreciate that Lena’s preaching the romper gospel here, nonetheless. Those things are awesome.
Nathan: Aside from the rompers, I want her sleeping bag vest. It's like a snuggie on steroids. I'd never seen one of those before. If I had one, I'd never leave my apartment.
Connie: Don't you think Marnie was too easily swayed about leaving the art world? That was her career, and after two interviews she just gives up. She can't have felt very strongly about being a curator.
Nathan: If Lena Dunham's mom told me to give up being a curator, I probably would, too. But I think that's the point: None of these characters really want to be doing what they're doing. They don't have any idea what they should be doing. Not even Ray, who’s in his 30s. By the way, that "bathing a pig" was so weird and so good.
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