Hannah Deals With Ocd and Marnie Just Wants to Sing on 'Girls'

Hannah Deals With Ocd and Marnie Just Wants to Sing on 'Girls'
The article below contains spoilers for "It's Back," the March 3rd, 2013 episode of "Girls." Season two of "Girls" has been markedly uneven -- the swings in quality and the recently trilogy of episodes centered around characters traveling outside the show's normal universe (to Staten Island, to a hot doctor's brownstone, to upstate New York) suggest a series struggling to figure out what direction to take. Last night's installment, "It's Back," directed by the reliable Jesse Peretz and written by Lena Dunham, Steve Rubinshteyn and Deborah Schoeneman, settled into more familiar territory while coming across as similarly scattershot in terms of the storylines it encompassed. The title could easily be referring to the return of "Girls" to the day-to-day of its characters, though it more directly cites Hannah's (Dunham) obsessive-compulsive disorder flare-up. I can't remember if Hannah's mentioned a history with Ocd before (it seems like the kind of thing she'd toss off in the.
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