This one caused some distress, some dividing of the readership into camps of Who's The Asshole (understandable, but not my intention). For me it was a way of showing how thoroughly Eve had missed the tension between her friends. She's once again thinking aspirationally about her their relationships, even as she sits face-to-face with Marek, who hasn't fully reckoned with his own failure. When we talk about "relationship goals", are we being deceived by a still image and what it obscures, or are we purposely leaving out details to suit our own tastes?
Marek was busy with school while Hanna was busy starting a business, and it kept things in a sort of stasis for them. The horizon was determined by Marek's degree program, not any shared goals. As Will is about to describe, it's hard to see a future between two divergent individuals.