Looking like I didn't write it in here, but anyhow one of the things that struck me watching the first episode was how different characters had to make distinctions between televisions shows and movies. First with Sex and the City and again with Clueless. I don't know what the significance is, but it seems like it has to be intentional.
Anyhow, very impressed again with the second episode. Some truly funny parts. The way Hannah sabotaged her interview was pretty great, even if I'm not sure anyone in her position wouldn't know when she needs to switch codes. I enjoy seeing the tangential characters develop a bit more as well, since Tiny Furniture seemed a bit too short to allow the type of growth that this format theoretically has in terms of character representation. Great ending too.