But I guess it made it more emotionally manageable because the fact that everyone wasnt done at the same moment meant that everything was more slow and gradual and less of a shock when it was finally over. Marnie seems to have moments of self-reflection and then backtrack, do you think the scene in the pawn shop this season had a lasting effect in changing how she sees herself? I love that scene for a million reasons, but especially because Marnies ability to view herself has always been hindered by her own point of view on the person shes talking to. this pageIts hard for her to take constructive criticism from Hannah, Jessa and Shosh because theyre all peers, so the idea of taking a big lesson from them always felt silly for Marnie. But whenever she faces these cold truths, it comes from unexpected sources. In this case, she thinks shes wearing something she thought this man in a pawn shop had never seen before. Shes like Im not your average pawn shopper, this is an anomalous situation for me. And he tells her, Hey, nobody comes in here when everythings great. You arent an exception to every rule. And whenever somebody says that to Marnie, its very tough for her to hear, but its important. Its also easier to hear when its not coming from someone you watched throw up at a college party. But the phone call she makes to Desi afterwards shows that the talk had an impact on her that other talks dont always land.
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