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.