wrapped up its fourth season Sunday night with Hannah (Lena Dunham), Marnie (Allison Williams), Jessa (Jemima Kirke) and Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) all embarking on new, independent paths.
Hannah found herself drawn into the home birth of Adam's (Adam Driver) sister Caroline's (Gaby Hoffman) baby with Hannah's downstairs neighbor Laird.
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She tells him her predicament, and he encourages her – as Sheryl Sandberg would say – to "lean in." So she tells Jessa she's going to Tokyo.
By ending the season with Caroline's birth, the show concludes the pregnancy storyline that began in the third season finale, when Hannah and Adam were still together and she planned to go to grad school in Iowa.
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The two share a kiss before walking off down the street together.This time, though, Hannah resists a happy ending with Adam."I can't do that," she says repeatedly, crying and choosing not to take his hand."I'm going to be in love with you soon," he says.Read more ' Girls' Director Jesse Peretz on Hannah and Adam's Big Cliffhanger Shosh runs off to Grumpy's looking for Ray to get some advice, but Colin Quinn's boss character Hermie is the only one there.Anywhoo, I revealed myself, and now we’re in this wrong timeline.