Season 2 of "Girls" ends with Hannah falling deeper into her Ocd, on the verge of being sued by her publisher and literally hiding from her friends. And yet ... it's Ok?
This season has seen Hannah withdraw deeper and deeper into her own head, which as her junkie downstairs neighbor Laird tells her* is not a pleasant place to be. Since her road trip with Jessa in the "Video Games" episode, she's barely had contact with anyone other than her mom and dad -- and even he's getting tired of Hannah's tales of woe masking for manipulation.
(*Laird's comment is, at least to me, further proof that while the characters on "Girls" and especially Hannah are deeply self-involved, the show itself is not.)
But when she desperately calls Adam -- who himself is in a bad way, breaking apart a bunch of stuff in his apartment -- he literally comes running to help her, »