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An aspiring writer and her three friends, all in their early 20s, together try to make sense of what life has in store for them after living in New York for two years. They're not sure what they want, or who they want it from, and the picture isn't getting any clearer. Hannah thinks she has what it takes to be a successful writer, if only she would write something. She wants a boyfriend without dealing with an actual relationship, and she wants a job without having to work. Marnie is Hannah's best friend, a Type A personality who has a serious boyfriend and an actual job. Jessa is a devil-may-care bohemian whose apparent lack of fear hides her own kind of insecurity. Her cousin, Shoshanna, is an NYU student who would love nothing more than to experience a "Sex and the City" lifestyle. The others tend to underestimate Shoshanna, but she proves to be a sharp source of wisdom.

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Hannah embarks on a new chapter.
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After an important meeting, Hannah reaches out to friends for advice, but has trouble reaching Marnie.
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Adam comes to Hannah with surprising news; Jessa spends a day on her own; Shoshanna slogs through helping Ray with his oral history project until a run-in with her old boss infuses the venture with new energy.
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Elijah prepares for an open-call audition for a new Broadway musical; Marnie tries to pawn a family heirloom; Hannah reconnects with Paul-Louis.
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Marnie tries to convince Desi to follow through with their planned gig at her mother's birthday party; Hannah gets advice on an important decision from her father and his new partner; Elijah helps a co-worker run lines for an audition.
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Adam and Jessa begin shooting scenes for their film; Hannah's mother has a hard time accepting the next phase of her life; Marnie does a less-than-stellar job of being there for a grieving Ray.
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Hannah interviews influential writer Ode Montgomery; Adam storms off the set of his latest acting job; Ray considers the course of his life after a regular at the coffee shop dies suddenly; Marnie is confronted with her narcissism.
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Hannah has a tense meeting with Chuck Palmer, an author she once greatly admired, about the disturbing allegations swirling around him.
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Hannah provides cover for Marnie's secret weekend in Poughkeepsie; Shoshanna enlists Elijah to be her plus-one at a networking event; Jessa's antics lead Shoshanna to reevaluate her post-college friendships.
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Hannah gets an assignment to write about a female surf camp in the Hamptons, where she meets an uncomplicated water-skiing instructor; Marnie tells Ray that he needs to spend more time at his own place.
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Hannah plans to participate in the Moth Story Slam; Marnie prepares to go on tour with Desi; Shoshanna's idea for Ray's takes off; Jessa and Adam argue.
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Hannah gives Principal Toby some unexpected news; Marnie has an unsettling dream; Shoshanna offers to help Ray with marketing his business; Elijah wants an exclusive relationship with Dill.
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Hannah becomes stranded after her road trip with Fran gets cut short; Adam stops by Laird's place and stays to help with the baby; Shoshanna gets a wake up call; while recording a new song, Marnie receives parameters for her relationship with Desi.
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The school principal reprimands Hannah; Jessa worries about seeing Hannah at Adam's play; Marnie shares news with Ray; Elijah attends a swanky party at Dill's apartment.
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Marnie needs space after an argument with Desi and while on her walk, unexpectedly sees someone from her past.
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Hannah and her mother attend a female-empowerment retreat; Shoshanna gets a surprise visitor in Japan; Jessa asks her sister for a favor.
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Hannah and Fran disagree about their teaching methods; Desi decides to launch a major construction project; Jessa pushes Hannah away; Elijah gets closer with Dill.
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Shoshanna enjoys her time in Japan; Hannah discovers something unexpected on Fran's phone; Jessa assesses Adam's character.
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An erratic roommate leads Fran to move in with Hannah; Hannah gets an urgent call from her father; Adam and Jessa spend the day together; Ray worries that a new cafe is hurting his business; a famous news anchor hits on Elijah.
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Marnie micromanages her upstate wedding to Desi; Shoshanna is tasked with carrying out Marnie's wishes; Fran has an awkward moment with Adam; a dejected Ray steps in to help Desi.
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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.

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