'Girls': The wound and the wounded

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Tonight HBO's "Girls" spat out perfectly passive aggressive dialogue and drama, leaving viewers a bit anxious for what next week's season finale will bring. From Hannah's career envy, to her anger at Marnie's lack of enthusiasm, to their friendship-altering fight, "Leave Me Alone" is an ode to what goes wrong when one "distracts" themselves from "becoming the person they're meant to be." Hannah is forced to acknowledge her stalled writing career when her college "nemesis," Tally (Jenny Slate), publishes a buzzworthy book. She accuses Tally of being passive aggressive while being severely passive aggressive herself, only to wake up mad at herself and invigorated to "take a chance." Marnie is realigning back into her old self -- after some moping and misguided bi-curiosity last week -- and begins to struggle to mask her irritation with Hannah. She drops clear signals that the living situation is no longer acceptable, and she urges Hannah to explore both...


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