Through a sometimes-dizzying number of time jumps, viewers get closure about where Issa and her friends end up in life, together, and in their relationships.
What’s supposed to be a going-away party for Tiffany and Derek gets interrupted by Molly and Issa’s exes encountering who they are with now.
As a HUGE opportunity comes Issa’s way, so comes the question of what life will be like whether she does or not?
A girl’s night in allows everyone’s favorite friend group to check-in, and over drinks, advice, and confessions are shared.
With Issa’s personal and professional life in turmoil, will this mean her taking a step back? Also, can Molly handle being away from her family, for work, during what can be her mother’s final days?
A health crisis tests not only Molly and Issa’s relationship but Issa and Nathan’s, which seems to be in a better than expected place.
While not an entirely Nathan-focused episode, we are presented another opportunity to see how people live when not in Issa’s presence.
It’s an episode solely focused on Lawrence and Condola during their son’s first year and them working out how to co-parent.
We jump into a more stable future for both Molly and Issa, but what were the sacrifices made for what we see?
It’s the final season, and there isn’t any fan service, but there is what long-term fans need.
“Insecure,” after a lengthy hiatus, returns, and while it does contain explosive moments, it’s the quiet ones that bring out its best scenes.
As always, “Insecure” doesn’t end its season on a whimper but instead leaves you in your feelings and ready to harass Issa Rae for another season.
As Issa tries to find a way forward with Nathan and Lawrence, Molly is still trying to figure a way for others to admit guilt.
Lawrence and Issa check-in and continue to have the type of conversations some wish they could have with an ex – if they believe in closure.
In a Molly and Andrew focused episode, she meets Andrew’s family, and a confrontation with them leads to some reflection.
With Issa trying to elongate her high from the block party, she seeks ways to keep that feeling going – which bite her in the ass.
To really show how bad things have gotten between Issa and Molly, what once was unthinkable happens at Issa’s block party.
We may have come to the point that led to Issa not messing with Molly no more – can you guess the reason?
The beginning of the end for Molly and Issa arrives, and maybe for Condola’s relationships with Issa and Lawrence as well.
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As Issa gets closer to Condola, both Lawrence and Molly seem to think that relationship is becoming a problem.
“Insecure” returns, and it seems like the beginning of the end for Molly and Issa’s friendship.
In season 3, Issa finally has real stable growth as Molly continues to seem stagnant. But, when it comes to their friend group, they’re dealing with growing pains of a different kind.
Insecure season 3 doesn’t end with a bang but, like past seasons, Issa finds herself distancing more from the show’s name and into a good place.
With no response from Nathan in over a week, Issa is starting to lose it. As for Molly? Well, it seems she is just hell-bent on isolating herself.
As Issa continues to show growth, and Lawrence remains a nasty ho, Kelli has a real moment like Tiffany did in the last episode.
Tiffany, who is pregnant; Molly, who is stressed out from work; Kelli’s crazy ass; and Issa take drugs at Coachella. What’s the worse that could happen?
Remember how Molly said she was on some “Know better, do better” s***? Seems Issa is taking up that mantra as well.
Just when you think Issa and Daniel could be gearing towards something, he gets in his feelings and throws a cluster bomb.
Issa finds herself in a place where her voice and abilities are valued and while unfamiliar territory, she is getting comfortable with people taking her seriously.
With every season, Issa and Molly try to change for the better – but it is a struggle. However, with a focus on setting boundaries, they make steps forward.
One of the synonymous words to call Millennials is the “Instant Gratification Generation.” An accurate name for while Star understands the struggle and hustle, her peers are letting setbacks bring them down.
Insecure: Season 2 for some characters was a stepforward. One in which you could see maturity and growth. However, sometimes becoming a better person is just uncomfortable so some end up regressing. More on that below.
Up to a certain point, you may think that everyone maybe getting their situations together. But, in the long run, happy and functioning people don’t keep shows running.
All the signs are there that people need to move on but, unfortunately, until the point is smeared into people’s faces on Insecure, the point doesn’t come across.
“Sometimes saying goodbye means you’re making room for something better.” This quote is a lesson damn near every last character needs to learn. As for why, look below.
Things are starting to get a little rocky in Issa’s work life but are holding steady for her ho phase. Meanwhile, Molly learns her role model parents aren’t as perfect as she thought they were.
Daniel returns to Insecure and while things are awkward between the two, Kelli helps push them together. Meanwhile, Molly is propositioned and Lawrence has a threesome.
As Issa begins to enter her ho phase, Lawrence comes to realize that maybe he isn’t as much of a good guy as he thinks he is.