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    'Girls' Ends Its Season More Brilliant Than Ever

    There has been so much ink, web time, energy and hot air devoted to Lena Dunham’s Girls that there can’t possibly be any synonyms for zeitgeist left unused. Is her HBO series inbred in its casting and elitist in its characters, as charged? Sure it is, but so what? The actors are ter...

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    Jeremy Irons In 'The Borgias' Stunning Season Finale (Video)

    On a day packed with season finales, two wildly different series stand out: Lena Dunham’s increasingly brilliant Girls on HBO (for a preview, click here) and the extravagant Neil Jordan-created Showtime drama, The Borgias, which ends its glorious and gory second season tonight with one of...

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    GIRLS RECAP 9: LEAVE ME ALONE

    The climactic argument between Marnie and Hannah in "Leave Me Alone" is soooo satisfying—and it's not merely because Marnie is acting as the viewer's proxy in calling Hannah fully and completely on her bullshit.

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    TV Critics Organizations Roll Out Their Nominees

    The Critics Choice Television Awards and the Televisions Critics Association have both released their list of nominees.  It is clear that the critics in both organizations love Downtown Abbey, Homeland, Breaking Bad, New Girl and Girls.

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    Guest Post: People Cannot Stop Talking About Girls

    It’s impossible to read a pop culture blog or check out a review of your favorite TV show without noticing commentary about HBO’s most talked about series this year, Girls. That simple single word title has been the subject of explosive debate, speculation, and analysis as TV critics and...

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    GIRLS RECAP 7: WELCOME TO BUSHWICK, A.K.A. THE CRACKCIDENT

    Was anyone else surprised that the crack in this week's episode title was crack cocaine, and not the crack of an ass?

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    GIRLS RECAP 6: THE RETURN

    One of the things I liked most about "The Return"—and I liked a bunch of things—was its title.

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    'Every man in this show can't be an awful creation!': The Boys of 'Girls'

    After watching the first three episodes of "Girls," a friend of mine told me that he couldn't stand the show because he found the male characters awful and one-dimensional -- that they made him wonder if what he felt was anything close to how women feel when they complain about how und...

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    GIRLS RECAP 4: HANNAH'S DIARY

    I hoped the title of this week's episode wouldn't imply what I had a feeling it implied. I hoped we'd just see Hannah writing in her diary, or hear snippets in a voice-over—something, anything besides another character reading Hannah's diary and getting information s/he didn't want, while I watched,...

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    Rhymes with Shmashmortion: 'Girls' Takes on the A-Word

    "Girls" has been generating so much furious discussion about portrayals of race and diversity on and behind the screen that what felt like it could have been a provocative topic when watching the first three episodes of the show all together at SXSW actually seems a lot more mild in comparison.

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