In “One Man’s Trash,” Joshua (Patrick Wilson), a handsome, disgruntled neighborhood man, confronts Grumpy’s manager Ray about trash from the café that’s being foisted into his personal garbage bins. Hannah follows Joshua back to his gorgeous Willamsburg brownstone and confesses that she was the culprit. They end up spending the next day and couple of nights together -- talking, having sex, and (mostly) enjoying each other’s company. That’s the set-up of the episode. With the exception of Ray’s blowup in the opening scene, “One Man’s Trash” is a two-hander. It looks at Hannah and Joshua’s encounter as a sped-up microcosm of a real relationship -- a light-as-air honeymoon period dominates the first night, problems arise on the second, and the following morning sees a separate going-of-ways. Interestingly, Hannah’s “relationship” with Joshua echoes problems she had in her relationship...
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