(cont...) It would make sense that this is something her parents have experienced with Hannah in the past and didn't want to have to go through again. Perhaps this is something to come in the future for Adam and Hannah, turning an already problematic relationship even more toxic.
Regardless, I definitely ended the episode in tears.
To me, it seemed like Hannah was in a much more dangerous place then earlier episodes, and clearly needing support. She was undoubtedly finding it difficult to first, admit there even was a problem; and secondly, embarrassing that she actually needed help. I personally thought Hannah seemed to constantly be showing signs that she was in trouble which her parents and friends seemed to only want to look into on their own terms.
I honestly donâ€™t get Hannah and Adamâ€™s relationship but he was the one person to look past everything else and realize what was going on when nobody else did, and everybody needs somebody like that in their life (whether friend, family member, partner, ex-lover, etc.).
The fine line which may or may not come about in the future and can clarify why Hannahâ€™s parents distanced themselves from her during this timeâ€¦ is with people who manipulate those around them when theyâ€™re sick. It would make sense that this is something her parents have experienced with Hannah in the past and didn't want to have to go through again. Perhaps this is something to come in the future for Adam and Hannah, turning an already problematic relationship even more toxic.
That last scene with Adam was unrealistic. And I'm pretty sure FaceTime wouldn't work for that whole journey. And it would have hung up underground, not just disappear for a minute. But that's beside the point. I agree with this review 100 percent. This season was a trainwreck. I think the first two or three episodes were good, but it didn't even hold a candle to last season. What happened? I'm pretty disappointed. I think we saw marnie and Hannah interact in like half the episodes or less. Shoshana is really the only reason worth watching season 2. It was at least nice to see her grow up some more. I expected to see this great book from Hannah in tonight's finale based on all of her recent experiences. That would have been interesting. The OCD thing is not after 3 episodes. It was just a plot device to bring her and Adam back together. I like them together a lot, but this whole thing was done poorly. I'm hoping for a better third season!
The whole scene with Adam running shirtless to the rescue was such an over the top send up of the hero fantasy, I laughed hysterically!!
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