Girls season 4
What is the secret to a happy life? Good job, a stable relationship, self-fulfillment and the dream that one day come trueâ€¦ All that mentioned absent in a life of authorâ€™s hero Lina Denem. Lina and her friends are young and ambitious but they are not perfect, rather very realistic. Through the embarrassing way they recognize themselves and their friends. At the first look, you may to think it is the next fan fiction of â€œSex and the Cityâ€, but itâ€™s not. â€œGirlsâ€ show is proving to be far more interesting phenomena for generation of iPhones and Twitter. The four New York friends were deformed, have become less attractive and even less successful: fatty-writer, neurotic galeristka, inexperienced â€œbusiness ladyâ€ and depraved blonde with addiction. Distorted ideals live their life in the big city, trying to catch hold of any opportunity to express themselves and to stay afloat. They prevent failures, complex, financial difficulties, strange lovers and the feeling that time is irrevocably gone, and youâ€™re nobody. This is really one of the best and unusual series of recent years.
Hannah has one last dinner in New York with her parents and Adam before packing up to leave for the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Meanwhile, Marnie and Desi play a jazz-brunch gig for a tough crowd at a downtown restaurant; Shoshanna's annoyed by her parents after getting her diploma; and Jessa clashes with Beedie's daughter over her caretaker status.
Hannah moves into a new place and is thrilled with the amount of space she can afford, but struggles with life as a grad student when her fellow workshop writers don't give her the feedback she expected.
Hannah has a lot of free time but nothing to do with only one class a week, while Elijah makes his mark on the Iowa social scene. Back in New York City, Ray warns Marnie about Desi's intentions before they meet with a record label; Shoshanna has a job interview; and Adam gets mixed up in Jessa's world after an AA meeting.
Hannah is confronted by her classmates after leaving a non-apology apology letter in their cubbies. After being rejected at yet another job interview, a frustrated Shoshanna spends a day with Ray. Creative and romantic tensions between Marnie and Desi reach a breaking point.
Friends try to help Hannah through a crisis; Hannah and Adam have an honest conversation about the status of their relationship.
Some soul-searching leads Hannah to an epiphany. Meanwhile, another disastrous interview for Shoshanna ends in a positive; Ray attempts to solve his neighborhood noise issue at a community board meeting; Marnie and Desi disagree on how to define their sound; and Adam is shocked by a revelation.
Hannah goes for drinks with Fran, a new coworker, before attending an unusual art show. Later, she spends some time alone with Mimi-Rose, while Adam is unnerved by Mimi-Rose's friend, Ace.
Hannah spends an afternoon with a new friend; Marnie and Desi argue over money; Jessa gives Shoshanna advice; Loreen and Tad have a tense dinner party with their friends.
Hannah is confronted with a family dilemma and Marnie makes an announcement at Ray's campaign party.
Hannah, Adam and Jessa try to convince Caroline and Laird to forgo their planned home birth; Shoshanna is presented with a unique job opportunity; Ray tells Desi what he really thinks about him.