This frustrating episode brings each main character “back home,” so to speak — with each enjoying a damaging dabble in their greatest flaws, flaws a large portion of this season of ‘Girls’ seemed to lack.
The more isolated, single-character-centric episodes of ‘Girls’ have been not only some of the best of this season, but the best of the entire series. Naturally, this week’s offering, “Flo,” is no exception.
The understated satisfaction of witnessing Adam accomplish something as truly boast-worthy as a Broadway role is brilliantly handled. The rest of the episode doesn’t quite live up to this triumph, but still offers plenty for which to stick around.
The disappointing but inevitable turning point initiated by last week’s episode continues with resilience in “Only Child,” pitting Hannah and Caroline against each other in what essentially is a battle of selves.