The title of the latest episode of Girls, “Incidentals,” refers to the fringe benefits that Hannah (Lena Dunham) enjoys in her advertising position with GQ Magazine, which pays her a surprisingly comfortable wage to write pieces that occasionally require her to enjoy the luxuries of hotels (and presumably other services) otherwise out of her financial league. Girls has already observed that there’s an element of pretense to this job, which allows Hannah to write pieces that somewhat align with her pop-cultural interests, but in the context of indirectly selling products. As an amusing cameo by Patti LuPone illustrates, Hannah often resembles a jingle salesman. The perks of her job encourage another pretense: Hannah can live her fantasy of the life of the celebrity-venerated writer, if for just a sporadic night or two. This discovery coincides with Adam’s (Adam Driver) own victory, which could lead to a professional flowering theoretically less cloaked in compromise: He’s landed a role in a Broadway production of George Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara.