He's probably still asleep. 1 PM is still pretty early for a Saturday.
“Everyone’s a dumb whore.” – Shoshanna
It's time to start your season four countdown.
“You look so good, oh my God! Your hair is always perfect! You’re so skinny, shut up.”
"I literally was spacing out because I’m in such a rage spiral about that guy."
The GIRLS Season 3 trailer is out today, and you can watch it right here on CollegeCandy! While we sorta can't believe that Lena Dunham's quirky brainchild is back for yet another round, I'd be lying if I said I wasn't just a little bit excited.
Last night, the women of SNL and host Tina Fey knocked it out of the park with this hilarious spoof on the HBO show 'Girls'.
Bikini season in Brooklyn, y'all.
How much butt licking, battery eating, bro-hugging and t-shirt tearing goes down? According to these photos, a fair bit.
Click through to see the saucy photo!
I have great news regarding season 3 casting this week! English actor Richard E. Grant is about to join the cast of 'Girls'. Yay! This actually might motivate me to watch this show now...
A source said that, "They've just started work on Season 3, and Chris is at odds with Lena. He didn't like the direction things are going in, which seems a bit odd since the show put him on the map."
I was expecting to have a few sympathetic chuckles and exit the webisode half way through; but, shockingly, it is actually really entertaining.
This episode of Girls is almost as equally impressive due to the fact that there are 3 writers credited but (almost) the entire cast had their own, individual, fleshed out, and just plain good story line that we haven't seen since "It's A Shame About Ray."
Lena Dunham has officially hit the sophomore slump. The last three episodes of Girls have just felt underwhelming and aimless. With the exception of Ray...
Tonight On 'GIRLS' is a parody Twitter written by standup comedians Sam Grittner and Claudia Cougan. The Twitter perfectly encapsulates everything that makes GIRLS the twenty-something, clusterf*ck of a hit television series it is.
There's something about Ray in this episode where you can literally see the pain of his own self-criticism through his eyes in practically every line he has.
Anyways, a few bits of the Rolling Stone interview were revealed before the issue comes out in March! After reading the things Lena says, I came to the conclusion that she sounds a bit "strange" especially after this particular comment...
So it's finally happened. I finally think Girls has gone off the deep end.
Overall, the ideals behind this episode of Girls were much more fleshed-out and just deeper than anything previously explored in the series and I fully appreciate it. While I hope that the rest of the season stays like this episode, I know that's me reaching for something that probably won't happen.
Dunham will be teaming up with "Girls" executive producer Jenni Konner again for memoir about Betty Halbreich. For those who don't know Betty Halbreich, here's the 411.
There was a lot of hype behind last season's Shoshanna "crack-ccident' episode, so I guess the powers-that-be wanted a re-hash of that and decided to make a coke episode of Girls. Sadly, since it was Hannah and not Shoshanna high for the entire episode, the potential greatness was squandered and we got a really awkward sex scene with one of the dudes from The Lonely Island.
I know we all can be a little bit awkward but how many of us can relate totally to Hannah and all her pals? Well, we will soon find out. A production company posted the following to Cragislist, asking girls to audition for their version of "Girls".
I think Lena Dunham truly heard the criticism from last season. This episode was not only particularly strong, but also not written by her. I think it's the first episode that hasn't had her name in the 'Written By' credit. Maybe that's a sign for things to come in the second season.
While the main complaint is that creator Lena Dunham is looked at as some kind of deity by the recent graduate hipster bloggers that love Thought Catalog, the controversial critical acclaim and always-ready-for-debate audience cannot be denied. So what would be a better idea than to do some recaps of Girls from a dude's perspective, right?