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    HBO Renews Lena Dunham's 'Girls' & Armando Iannucci's 'Veep'

    Haters gonna hate, but Lena Dunham will have the final word as her excellent HBO series "Girls" as well as Armando Iannucci's "Veep" have both been renewed for a second season. And the numbers don't lie.

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    HBO Renews 'Girls' and 'Veep,' Ensuring Generational Think Pieces for Another Year

    Guess all that discussion about race and privilege paid off! HBO just announced that it's renewed Lena Dunham and Judd Apatow's "Girls" for a second ten-episode season.

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    Review: Is It Some Kind Of Solstice? 'Girls' Finds Hannah & Marnie's Sex Lives Turned Upside Down

    "Try and give less of a shit," guest star Jorma Taccone says during the third episode of "Girls" and it's advice Hannah (Lena Dunham) and Marnie (Allison Williams) eventually learn to take to heart. But not without seeing some major changes that re-orient their respective sex lives.

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    GIRLS RECAP 3: ALL ADVENTUROUS WOMEN DO

    Remember those Cosmo-ish "Which Sex & the City character are you?" quizzes that every single editorial outlet featured during that show's run? Of course you couldn't take the results seriously; you can't "be" one of those people, because those people weren't p...

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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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    Review: 'Girls' Tackles Abortion, Sex & STDs Head On With Heart & Hilarity

    Having already established in the premiere episode that the sex in "Girls" that sex in the show (at least for now) will often be uncomfortable and awkward, the second show of season turns up the cringe factor. As the show opens, Hannah and Adam are in the midst of some fairly routine missionary sex,...

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    GIRLS RECAP 2: VAGINA PANIC

    "Vagina Panic" is an attention-getting episode titleā€”but nobody's really panicking in the second episode of "Girls" except Hannah, whose takeaway from a childhood viewing of Forrest Gump is an obsessive fear of contracting AIDS from "stuff that gets up around the sides of condoms." "Vagina Denial" m...

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    What Are We Mad At Lena Dunham About Today?

    Lena Dunham's "Girls" returns Sunday for its second episode, which is hard to believe given the amount of media coverage and musings about realism, feminism, race and likability already generated by the show. Heading into that installment, which is sure to automatically infuriate plent...

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    Where to Watch the First Episode of 'Girls' Free Online

    No HBO? No problem. If you weren't able to catch last night's premiere of Lena Dunham's hotly anticipated and much-discussed new series "Girls," the network has put the first episode up for free (and uncensored -- you have to sign in) online.

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    Recap: Season Premiere Of 'Girls' A Confident, Funny Start For Lena Dunham's Series

    Update: Viewers on the U.S. can now watch the pilot episode of "Girls" on YouTube without an HBO subscription. Unembeddable, but watch here.

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