Girls season 3 synopsis

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Season Three
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No. of episodes12
Original runJanuary 12, 2014 to March 23, 2014
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Season 3 of Girls is scheduled to be released on HBO on January 12, 2014. The show is written, directed, and produced by Lena Dunham, who is also its primary protagonist.

The first season premiered on April 15, 2012, and was followed up by Season 2, which premiered on January 13, 2013 on HBO.

It's been announced that Christopher Abbott, who plays Charlie Dattolo, has decided to leave the show after the end of its second season. But the fate of his character is not yet known.

Cast[]

Guest Cast[]

  • Patti LuPone
  • Danielle Brooks
  • Kim Gordon

Episodes[]

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Everything You Need To Remember From Good Girls Season 3

Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Good Girls Season 3 was cut five episodes short. But it still managed to pack a lot into the 11 episodes that did air, and anything that was left unresolved will be answered when Season 4 premieres March 7. Executive producer Bill Krebs told Bustle last year that he was excited to jump into Season 4, because the first few episodes have the action and twists that usually only come towards the end of a season. "We get to start Season 4 with a velocity that we don't normally have," he said.

Before diving back into the action, here's what you need to remember about Good Girls Season 3.

The Women Started Their Own Counterfeiting Business

Thinking that Rio was dead, Beth, Annie, and Ruby started their own counterfeiting business in the back of the stationary store where Beth was working. Ruby, who'd started a job as a manicurist, contributed nail polish to use as a chemical agent. And Annie was working as a valet to provide the dollar bills they would use as the paper. They also recruited Beth's coworker Lucy, a graphic design whiz, to help them make the money printing plates. Lucy agreed, because she believed they were making fake cash for a casino charity night.

Rio Survived & He Wanted Beth Dead

However, Rio didn't actually die when Beth shot him. He survived and became an informant for Agent Turner until he was healed enough to plot Agent Turner's death. After killing the agent, Rio was free to track Beth down. He made it clear that he wanted her dead, so Beth panicked and said she was pregnant. The lie bought her some time before she eventually confessed to having "lost" the pregnancy. But Rio decided to keep her alive anyway, because he learned that she'd restarted the counterfeiting business. He wanted her to work for him.

Lucy Got Murdered & Her Boyfriend Was On The Case

To prove to Beth that she wasn't in control, Rio shot and killed Lucy. He didn't need her to run the business; he already had her printing plates. Rio also tricked Beth into touching the gun that killed Lucy, which could leave her on the hook for the murder. After Lucy's disappearance, her boyfriend Max began questioning Beth. She tried to trick Max into thinking Lucy had packed up and moved away, even taking her pet bird with her. Max seemed to accept this story until he spotted Beth's husband Dean with the bird. Max demanded to know the truth, so Beth told him about Rio and suggested that Max kill him in revenge. Max chickened out on that plan, but he did connect Beth to his cousin (a hitman) instead. As of the end of the season, Beth was still working with the hitman to get the job done, so Rio's days on the show may be numbered.

Boomer Returned

While Beth saved up the money to pay the hitman, Rio tasked Beth with picking up a "package" for him that turned out to be Annie's creepy former boss Boomer. He'd broken out of jail and was expecting to be transported to Canada, but Beth was instructed to deliver him to Rio. After she dropped him off, Beth tried to convince Rio not to kill Boomer. But Rio ominously said, "I got different plans for him." That's something Season 4 will need to explain.

Stan Got A Side Hustle, Too

While Ruby worked at the nail salon and on her counterfeiting, her husband Stan started his own side hustle. He start working as a security guard at a strip club, where he helped the dancers steal from their wealthy clients.

Annie Started Therapy

Annie went through a lot of character growth in Season 3. She started going to therapy and studying for her G.E.D. so she could become an EMT. However, she also started to fall for her therapist, who was similarly bad at drawing boundaries. He flirted with her and helped her study, but it was later revealed that he had a fiancée, leaving Annie sad and dejected.

Dean's Work Drama

Dean's boss at the hot tub store tried to force him to cheat on Beth, but he wanted to remain loyal to his wife. Beth and Dean then used the information as leverage to buy his boss out of the company. Now the couple plans to use the hot tubs sales to launder Beth's counterfeited cash.

The FBI Is Onto Them

Well, mostly onto Ruby. The FBI learned that she bought a car in all cash — a huge red flag when you're trying to fly under the radar. FBI Agent Phoebe Donnegan also figured out that the chemical used in the counterfeited cash was nail polish. Since Ruby worked at a nail salon, Phoebe was pretty sure she had her woman. Phoebe went to get her nails done at the salon and later tracked Ruby down at the park where she was hanging with Beth and Annie. Phoebe's game is to befriend them to gather evidence, and that's where Season 3 left off.

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Girls: A Series Synopsis and its Finale Episodes

Airing on HBO since 2012, spanning 6 seasons and 10 episodes per season (excluding season 3 with 12 episodes), Girls is an award winning, and nominated, American television show, created and produced by Lena Dunham. This series goes deeper than the initial assumption of it just being about a few women and their lives, it’s praised for portraying women’s lives and interrelationships more authentically. 

The series gained many positive reviews for each season, with some critics noticing the sharpened humor and the emphasis on a cast depicting imperfect characters just trying to make their lives work. Other reviews critique the series as being self-indulgent, maybe even prosaic, in a world of social media and heightened dramatization.  

The leading lady, Hannah Horvath, played by Dunham herself, is a young woman in her 20s. The plot starts to thicken when Hannah’s parents stop supporting her financially and she loses an internship. She tries to find her way as a writer living in New York and has numerous escapades bordering on irresponsible with her group of friends.

As the seasons progress the intersecting arcs for each character become more defined and the audience inevitably grows eager to know where each character will end up. Season 6 culminates in a hint of maturity reached by the girls, a sense of settling down and starting a new chapter in life, but the question to be asked is, is it possible based on what we all know of Hannah and the crew up to this point in the series? Below is a brief recap of Season 6 episodes.  

Episode 1: All I Ever Wanted

Easing into the first episode, Hannah meets a particular Paul-Louis (more of him to come) while covering a story at a surf camp in the Hamptons, which leads her to dubious feelings about what awaits her once her trip is over. Marnie and Desi become involved with each other in the midst of the looming divorce and Ray ends up staying with Adam and Jessa, who are both far down the rabbit hole of desire for one another.  

Episode 2: Hostage Situation

Hannah goes to Poughkeepsie with Marnie and Desi, while Elijah goes to a work event with Shoshanna, only to notice that Jessa decides to join them. It’s a third-wheel type scenario for both parties, but the episode explores a lot of questions about each character, and the ‘triangular’ dynamics presented prove to be more than what it seems. Some difficult truths are exposed, especially about Desi.

Episode 3: American Bitch

Hannah visits well-known writer, Chuck Palmer, at his apartment after he invites her to discuss an article she wrote about him sleeping with various college girls. With the aim to explain his side of the story, Hannah is drawn by his charm and may just soften her harsh critique over him, but, eventually, the truth hits her head-on.    

Episode 4: Painful Evacuation 

Hannah goes to the emergency room to get antibiotics for her UTI, but the doctor tells her she is pregnant. Meanwhile, Jessa and Adam want to make a film about their circumstances with Hannah, they ask her mid-shock of knowing she is pregnant. Ray needs to deal with some issues as well as Hermie’s death. 

Episode 5: Gummies

Hannah’s mother, Loreen, decides to visit, but brings some ‘baggage’. The mother-daughter duo both learn something from one another: one, that Hannah is pregnant, and two, that Loreen is addicted to cannabis. As Elijah helps Hannah look for her mom after she runs off, it’s clear that Hannah is on the precipice of adult maturity. Ray breaks up with Marnie while going through Hermie’s apartment.  

Episode 6: Full Disclosure

Hannah faces the fathers in this episode, she tells her father about her pregnancy and tries to contact the father of her child, who is none other than Paul-Louis from the first episode. Continuing the spirit of disclosure, Hannah also tells Adam and Jessa about the pregnancy and watches their film, which surprises her.   

Episode 7: The Bounce

After Elijah read lines for a co-worker in the previous episode he decides to audition for a play, where he meets Athena, as well as his ex-boyfriend Dill. After Hannah gets in touch with Paul-Louis it does not go as she’d hoped it would, and Marnie is stricken with guilt over her actions when she realizes she is broke and has nowhere to turn. 

Episode 8: What Will We Do This Time About Adam?

Hannah and Adam reconnect in the episode when he offers to help raise her baby, but they both realize that a relationship won’t work between them. Hannah worries about how she will raise her child alone. When Ray meets Shoshanna’s friend Abigail during lunch they both take a liking to each other. 

Episode 9: Goodbye Tour

A new chapter starts for Hannah as she accepts a job offer at a college outside of the city. With some backlash from Elijah, she explains that she needs a better life for her and her child. The four girls have it out with one another at Shoshanna’s engagement party, of which Hannah wasn’t invited. Bittersweet, the four girls face the truth about their friendships and what’s left, and not left, of it. 

Episode 10: Latching

The season finale skips five months into the future as Hannah navigates motherhood and her newborn, reluctant to breastfeed. Hannah is flustered at the arrival of her mother, and leaves only to come back with Marnie and Loreen having taken care of the baby while she was away. The episode ends on a good note when Hannah sits with her baby, who finally latches. 

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Good Girls (TV series)

American crime comedy-drama television series

Good Girls is an American crimecomedy-drama television series created by Jenna Bans that premiered on February 26, 2018 and concluded on July 22, 2021 on NBC.[2] The series is executive produced by Bans, Dean Parisot, and Jeannine Renshaw for Universal Television.[3][4] In June 2021, the series was canceled after four seasons.[5]

Synopsis[edit]

The series follows three suburban Michigan mothers, two of whom are sisters, who are having a hard time trying to make ends meet. They are tired of having everything taken away from them so they decide to pull off an unlikely heist by robbing a supermarket, only to discover that they are in for more than they expected. Their successful robbery attracts the attention of the store manager after he recognizes one of the women, but for a different reason altogether than just the money.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Christina Hendricks as Elizabeth "Beth" Boland, a mother of four and housewife whose car salesman husband of 20 years cheated on her.[6] She is the unofficial leader of the group and grows to enjoy life as a criminal.
  • Retta as Ruby Hill, Beth's best friend, a waitress who is struggling to pay for her daughter Sara's kidney disease and medical treatments.[7]
  • Mae Whitman as Annie Marks, Beth's younger sister and mother of Ben. Ben was born when Annie was still a teenager. Annie works at Fine & Frugal for a majority of the series.[8]
  • Reno Wilson as Stanley Hill, Ruby's mall-cop-turned-actual-cop husband. He finds out about Ruby's criminal activities and, despite initially being against it, does his best to ensure she is not caught.[9]
  • Manny Montana as Christopher, also known as Rio, a high-ranking criminal who has a money-laundering business. He supports his business through counterfeiting, pills, cars and other creative ways. He takes a particular interest in Beth, forming a complicated relationship with her.[10]
  • Lidya Jewett as Sara Hill, Ruby's and Stan's daughter who has kidney disease.
  • Isaiah Stannard as Ben Marks, Annie's and Gregg's son, who comes out as a transgender boy in season 2. He was previously referred to as Sadie before coming out.
  • Matthew Lillard as Dean Boland, Beth's cheating car salesman husband who made bad decisions with their money, forcing her to rob a grocery store to fix his mistakes.[11] Dean was a senior in high school when he asked Beth to go to their prom together, beginning their long-term relationship.

Recurring[edit]

  • David Hornsby as Leslie "Boomer" Peterson (seasons 1–2, guest season 3), Annie's deplorable boss at Fine & Frugal. Leslie pursues a relationship with Mary Pat by attending her church and running into her in planned ways.
  • James Lesure as FBI Agent Jimmy Turner (seasons 1–2, guest season 3), who is investigating Rio and, later, the women. He forms a fixation on specifically arresting Beth.
  • June Squibb as Marion Peterson (seasons 1–2), Leslie's grandmother from whom he was stealing. She and Annie form an unexpected bond.
  • Zach Gilford as Gregg, Ben's father and Annie's ex-husband who was trying to sue for full custody. He has an affair with Annie despite his wife Nancy being pregnant, later leaving Nancy because he is still in love with Annie.
  • Sally Pressman as Nancy (seasons 1–2, guest seasons 3–4), Gregg's wife who gives birth to a boy named Dakota after Gregg leaves her.
  • Allison Tolman as Mary Pat (seasons 1–2), an unlikely wolf in sheep's clothing who complicates the ladies' lives.[12]
  • Braxton Bjerken as Kenny Boland (seasons 1–4), as Beth's and Dean's eldest son.
  • Danny Boyd as Harry Hill as Ruby's and Stan's son.
  • Mason Shea Joyce as Danny Boland (seasons 2–4), Beth's and Dean's son. Portrayed by Sutton Johnston in season 1.
  • Everleigh McDonell as Jane Boland (seasons 2–4), Beth's and Dean's daughter. Portrayed by Mila Middleswarth in season 1.
  • Scarlett Abinante as Emma Boland (seasons 2–4), Beth's and Dean's daughter. Portrayed by Kaitlyn Oechsle in season 1.
  • Caleb Emery as Baby Tyler (seasons 1–2, guest seasons 3–4)
  • Sam Huntington as Noah (season 2), Annie's love interest. He is an undercover FBI agent who, in order to get close to Annie, poses as her new Fine & Frugal boss after Boomer's disappearance.
  • Noureen DeWulf as Krystal (seasons 3–4), a stripper who appears to have a crush on Stanley. Her real name is Diane.
  • Rob Heaps as Dr. Josh Cohen (season 3, guest season 4), a child psychologist attending Annie.
  • Ethan Suplee as Gil (season 3), a former inmate working for a moving company. Beth enlists him to move the printed cash.
  • Carlos Aviles as Mick (seasons 3–4)
  • Ione Skye as Gayle Meyer (season 3)
  • Lauren Lapkus as Phoebe Donnegan (seasons 3–4), a Secret Service agent who has been tracking the printed counterfeit cash.
  • Rodney To as Henry (season 3, guest season 4)
  • Andrew McCarthy as Mr. Fitzpatrick (season 4, guest season 3)
  • Jonathan Silverman as Dave (season 4)[13]
  • Shane Coffey as Kevin (season 4, guest season 3)
  • Niko Nicotera as Gene (season 4), Stan's boss at the strip club.
  • Breckin Meyer as Vance (season 4)
  • Ignacio Serricchio as Nick (season 4)
  • Jordan Belfi as Z (season 4)[14]

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

Season 1 (2018)[edit]

Season 2 (2019)[edit]

Season 3 (2020)[edit]

Season 4 (2021)[edit]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

On May 7, 2018, NBC renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on March 3, 2019.[63][64] On April 12, 2019, NBC renewed the series for a third season of 16 episodes, which premiered on February 16, 2020.[65][66][67] Because of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the third season was cut down to 11 episodes.[68] On May 15, 2020, the series was renewed for a fourth season, which premiered on March 7, 2021.[69][70] On June 25, 2021, NBC canceled the series after four seasons and opted to not shop to other networks.[5]

Casting[edit]

Originally, Kathleen Rose Perkins was cast in the role of Beth in the pilot.[71] Later it was confirmed she had left the project and the role would be recast.[72]Christina Hendricks was announced as her replacement on July 10, 2017.[6] On September 17, 2019, Jackie Cruz was cast in a recurring role for the third season.[73] On November 13, 2020, Jonathan Silverman was cast in a recurring role for the fourth season.[13] On April 13, 2021, Jordan Belfi joined the cast in a recurring role for the fourth season.[14]

Filming[edit]

The first season was filmed at Third Rail Studios in Doraville, Georgia. For the second season, the series relocated its production to Los Angeles to take advantage of tax incentives provided by the California Film Commission under its "Program 2.0" initiative.[74][75]

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Overall[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Season 2[edit]

Season 3[edit]

Season 4[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 63% based on 51 reviews of the first season of the series, with an average rating of 6.4/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "The plot of Good Girls may not be entirely believable, but the strong performances from its lead actresses are."[116]Metacritic assigned a weighted average score of 60 out of 100, based on 22 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[117]

The second season of the series holds a rating of 100% with an average of 6.25/10 from 9 critics.[118] The third season of the series holds a rating of 100% with an average of 8.55/10, from 6 critics.[119]

Accolades[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abThis amount represents the total qualified expenditures for the California Film & Television Tax Credit and excludes other non-qualifying costs.

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List of Girls episodes

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Girls is an American comedy-drama television series created by Lena Dunham, who serves as executive producer along with Judd Apatow and Jenni Konner. The series premiered on HBO on April 15, 2012.[1]Girls stars Dunham as Hannah Horvath, an aspiring writer in her 20s trying to navigate her personal and professional life in New York City after her parents discontinue their financial support. Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet, Adam Driver, and Alex Karpovsky co-star as Hannah's circle of friends, who are also trying to figure out their own lives and relationships. During the course of the series, 62 episodes of Girls aired over six seasons, between April 15, 2012, and April 16, 2017.

Series overview[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2012)[edit]

Main article: Girls (season 1)

Season 2 (2013)[edit]

Season 3 (2014)[edit]

Season 4 (2015)[edit]

Season 5 (2016)[edit]

Season 6 (2017)[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Girls : U.S. viewers per episode (thousands)
SeasonEpisode numberAverage
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187285881674383067886810948661004N/A860
2866572759516746686484673677632N/A660
311078817996552788339429168011036719670800
4680797721406385477639708701687N/A620
5489533497479535586558656582512N/A540
6519708383571703576675765734741N/A640
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research[63]

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Good Girls Season 3 Episode 10 Recap

I examined and touched my boobs, which had begun to fill. I sat in front of the mirror, spread my legs wide and examined my pussy, spreading my lips with my fingers. I already knew that the girls there have a WHOLE, which they tear with a dick when they fuck for the first time.

But, all the same, I could not understand how something could fit there, especially a dick unknown to me.

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Yah. Elvira was surprised, propping herself up on one elbow and looking at me. -What is it.I asked in turn. -I have never seduced young virgins, my wife winked at me.



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