History Characters / Girls

18th Apr '17 3:03:46 PM caseymarie23
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* {{Character Development}}: Grows out of her laziness and finds success as a writer, and becomes kinder and more accepting of the people around her.



* {{Character Development}}: Is gradually becoming more self-aware and growing out of her entitlement.



* {{Failed a Spot Check}}: Has dated a couple of addicts and has friends who use drugs, but is oblivious to the signs that someone is high.



*{{Functional Addict}}/{{Addled Addict}}: Fluctuates between the two.



** [[spoiler: She is intentionally an asshole to Hannah in Season 5 to push her away and alleviate her guilt about falling for Hannah's ex, Adam.]]



**[[spoiler: After Jessa and Adam end things, Hannah forgives her, but states they are better off not being friends]]



* {{Stepford Snarker}}: Is fairly snarky and dismissive towards her friends and love interests, though this is largely a mask for what Hannah describes as "a deep well of loneliness".



* {{Character Development}}: Ends up being the most focused and conventionally successful out of the four.



* {{Dumbass Has a Point}}: While in later seasons her stupidity is more of an {{Informed Flaw}}, she is very perceptive, and recognizes the flaws of the other characters and her need to move on from them.



* {{I Want My Beloved to be Happy}}: Helps Ray out with Marnie, despite having lingering feelings for him.



* YourCheatingHeart: Cheats on Ray with a doorman in season 2.

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* YourCheatingHeart: Cheats on Ray with a doorman in season 2. Then cheats on her long distance boyfriend while living in Japan in Season 5.


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* {{Tall, Dark, and Snarky}}


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**{{The Bus Came Back}}: In Season 5.


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* {{Heterosexual Life Partners}}: Has become this with Hannah as of Season 6, even [[spoiler: offering to help raise her baby.]] Ironic considering that he is gay and the two used to date.
* {{Hidden Depths}}: Is actually a talented actor and singer, despite his general attitude of coasting through life.


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**{{Jerkass Has a Point}}: His predictions that Marnie's relationship with Desi [[spoiler: would end poorly]] were 100% correct, as well as his comment about Hannah's father [[spoiler: being gay]].


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* {{Tall Dark and Snarky}}


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* {{Flanderization}}: Was initially introduced as an actor/musician, who was narcissistic, but also much hipper and more collected. He developed into a {{Man Child}} who throws petty tantrums if he's not getting constant attention.
* {{Functional Addict}}: [[spoiler: Revealed to be this in Season 6.]]
13th Apr '17 8:31:28 AM EraserheadBayB
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* NotWhatItLooksLike: Has the nerve to sheepishly say that Ray forced her into having sex with him when Hannah catches the two of them getting it on.
13th Apr '17 8:23:06 AM EraserheadBayB
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* {{Jerkass}}: Especially in season 4. [[spoiler: First she sets up Adam, who is still kindasorta involved with her ''friend'' Hannah, up with Mimi-Rose, an artist acquintance of hers, so she could get closer with Mimi-Rose's ex, whom she has taken an interest in. She also takes pride in allegedly four men trying to commit suicide because of her as if this made her some supreme seductress and not just a terrible person to be with.]]

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* {{Jerkass}}: Often has more in common with a pile of broken glass than with a human being. Especially apparent in season 4. [[spoiler: First she sets up Adam, who is still kindasorta involved with her ''friend'' Hannah, up with Mimi-Rose, an artist acquintance of hers, so she could get closer with Mimi-Rose's ex, whom she has taken an interest in. She also takes pride in allegedly four men trying to commit suicide because of her as if this made her some supreme seductress and not just a terrible person to be with.]]
15th Mar '17 7:57:06 PM toongrrl1990
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* SurprisePregnancy: [[spoiler: she finds herself pregnant in the last season after she gets herself checked for a UTI]].
21st Apr '16 10:22:31 AM SpukiKitty
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** YMMV on that one. Many fans find Adam Sackler and the man who plays him, AdamDriver, incredibly hot.
19th Apr '16 4:25:19 PM toongrrl1990
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* TookALevelInKindness: Slowly, is mellowing out and open to befriending a girl she was jealous of.
18th Apr '16 9:37:32 PM toongrrl1990
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* NiceGuy: Stands out as one of the few stable boyfriends of Hannah.

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* NiceGuy: Stands out as one of the few stable boyfriends of Hannah.Hannah, [[spoiler: until he proves himself as one of those people who act "nice to hide their inner assholes" as Hannah's one-off partner put it]].
18th Apr '16 9:48:41 AM hullflyer
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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Every character besides Hannah finds him bizarre. He wonders around Hannah's apartment and annoys Marnie because he doesn't understand the concept of personal space.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Every character besides Hannah finds him bizarre. He wonders wanders around Hannah's apartment and annoys Marnie because he doesn't understand the concept of personal space.
18th Apr '16 9:37:23 AM hullflyer
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* WomanChild:She's been mooching off her parents even when no longer living with them (and then she starts mooching off Marnie), she can barely sustain a job or relationship for a reasonable amount of time, and she frequently blames everybody else for her problems and mistakes. This is most evident in the episode "Leave Me Alone," where [[spoiler: she becomes needlessly jealous of a former classmate for successfully launching her writing career, and then sabotages her chance at finally getting recognition for her writing during an essay read. This, among other things, finally pushes Marnie to her limit. And the two, after a nasty fight, break off their friendship... with Hannah ''still'' not realizing how childish her behavior has been]]. In series 2 moreso than in series 1. Series 1 was mostly about the world from Hannah's perspective, Series 2 is mostly about Hannah from the world's persepective, which makes her seem like a much more stupid and arrogant person.

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* WomanChild:She's been mooching off her parents even when no longer living with them (and then she starts mooching off Marnie), she can barely sustain a job or relationship for a reasonable amount of time, and she frequently blames everybody else for her problems and mistakes. This is most evident in the episode "Leave Me Alone," where [[spoiler: she becomes needlessly jealous of a former classmate for successfully launching her writing career, and then sabotages her chance at finally getting recognition for her writing during an essay read. This, among other things, finally pushes Marnie to her limit. And the two, after a nasty fight, break off their friendship... with Hannah ''still'' not realizing how childish her behavior has been]]. In series 2 moreso than in series 1. Series 1 was mostly about the world from Hannah's perspective, Series 2 is mostly about Hannah from the world's persepective, perspective, which makes her seem like a much more stupid and arrogant person.
11th Apr '16 3:25:46 PM toongrrl1990
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* TheBeard: [[spoiler: Loreen decides to stay with Tad after learning that the life of a divorcee isn't all roses.]]
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