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A far less divisive episode than Girls' Season Two finale, "Two Plane Rides" caused Season Three to quit while it was ahead.  Again, going in the opposite trajectory of last season, this year (with a few hiccups) improved almost every week, particularly when the show went back to relying on vignettes and an artful portrayal of its character's lives, instead of becoming too mired in their individual (and particularly Hannah's) neuroses.  At the same time, what is considered a good episode of Girls is still one riddled with head-scratching moments.  Hit the jump for a reminder that "Iowa is not a coast." Almost nothing from this season was tied up in its finale, and the only moment that felt like it was leading in a true direction of change was the Deus ex machina of Hannah's acceptance to Iowa's prestigious creative writing Mfa program.  For Hannah, who loudly and »

- Allison Keene

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