Still upset from the fiasco at work and her fight with Issa, Molly decides to call Andrew (Alexander Hodge) and apologize. He’s not happy to hear from her and makes no effort to hide it. Molly persists, telling him, “I’ve come to the conclusion that I do not always assume the best of people. And I’ve kind of been in a selfish place.” She continues on with her apology, expecting him to accept it emphatically. Instead he remains quiet on the other end of the phone. Looks like it’s not going to be that easy, Molly.
At the same time, Nathan and Issa get together to talk. He apologizes for going silent and says he was in Houston. His explanation? Sometimes he gets in a bad headspace and doesn’t like to talk about it. She’s incredulous and says, “So you ghosted me and left L.A. because you were in a bad mood?” Yep, basically.
Thankfully, she doesn’t let his bad behavior slide and says she needs to figure some things out before they can explore the idea of being together. (Yaass, Issa!) She tells him she should get inside because her neighbors made a noise complaint about her to her and he says he hopes they can talk because he’s “back here for good.” Mmhmmm.
Issa gets back inside her apartment and looks around. She finally decides to unpack and decorate her apartment. When she finishes, she pours herself a glass of wine and looks around to appreciate her hard work.
And that’s the end of season three. We hoped we’d see Issa and Lawrence get back together, but alas, there’s always season four. Now we wait until the hit HBO show returns sometime next year.
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