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Issa and Molly keep trying to level up in "Backward-Like," but frustrating backsliding is getting to be a little much.
Issa comes to terms with her feelings about Daniel, Molly struggles to acclimate at the all-black law firm, and We Got Ya'll becomes even more unbearable.
I guess the heart wants what the heart wants.
It's an exciting prospect to see Issa work at a new job as well as potential troubles with her new property manager job.
Issa may be maturing, but Daniel still hasn't gotten past his need to always be the man on top.
Thank God for real friends. TBH, Issa needs a fresh start and a clean slate in love, housing, and career!
The focus on We Got Y'all this episode shines a bit more light on Issa's real passion.
The writers have mastered the art of pacing the show so that viewers feel fully immersed and invested in the lives of Issa and her friends.
After weeks of sexual tension between Issa and Daniel, Sunday's Insecure at last answered the question of will they or won't they. Aaand... did they?
As a thirty-something woman who attended college, then likely bounced through a string of long-term relationships, it may be Issa's first time living alone - a vulnerability all of us relate to. The jump is as intimidating as it is necessary.
What a relief it is to realize Issa and Daniel aren't hooking up again - and what a let down when it's clear that in real life they are now sharing a bed together.