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'Girls' 3.08 Preview: Patti LuPone Interview

February 17, 2014 (7:43 am) GMT
Jessa is excited to welcome a man who says she can't be tamed, and Hannah thinks she shouldn't have taken someone out of rehab.

Tony Award winner Patti LuPone will stop by "" in an upcoming episode. In a preview, Hannah visits the veteran actress for an interview but LuPone stuns Hannah when she says she canceled it. It appears that the GQ advertorial interview will happen anyway and during the sit-down Patti LuPone warns Hannah that Adam's new career path may cause unexpected problems.

Meanwhile, Jessa's boredom at work is interrupted by a surprise visit from an old acquaintance. An elderly man named Johnny tells her she can't be tamed and how excited he is to meet Jessa.

Later, Hannah is assigned to review the Gramercy Park Hotel, and the group celebrates good news with Adam's new friend Desi (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), whom Marnie finds particularly captivating. Hannah also says that she shouldn't have taken someone out of rehab.

"Incidentals" will air Sunday, February 23 at 10 P.M. on HBO.

The latest episode "Beach House", meanwhile, features the return of Hannah's gay ex-boyfriend and ex-roommate, Elijah (). "He's on pretty good behavior for the most part," Rannells says of his character, who will appear in the remainder of season 3. "Elijah is trying very hard to get back into the circle of friends because he did not leave on the best of terms with everyone."

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