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I Love 'Girls,' And There's Nothing You Can Do About It

By Sarah Carlson | TV Reviews | January 16, 2014 | Comments ()


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I love Girls. I love its energy, its frankness, its shrewd observations about human nature and its equally shrewd and bawdy sense of humor. I’ve loved it since its debut in and have often itched to write about it. But something - no, a bunch of someones - has kept me hesitant. I’m looking at you, Angry Non-Fans. You have Very Strong Opinions about this show that you have maybe seen two episodes of, if that, and those opinions deserve to be shared at all costs because that’s what the First Amendment is for, it’s true. So, you’ve grown weary of discussions about Lena Dunham’s HBO series, which you feel isn’t a great or even good show that contains “annoying” characters? Well, I’m weary of your weariness.

It all has me feeling a bit combative, but I’m not here to change everyone’s mind. I’m not even talking about everyone who doesn’t like/watch Girls. Some just aren’t interested in it, and that is completely OK.

But, I know some of you Angry Non-Fans probably have a reaction similar to this when you see/think of Dunham and her creation:

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Or perhaps more like this:

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(I bet you also don’t like gifs. Too bad; I love them.)

I wish I could make you see the show as I see it. As I caught up with the first two episodes of Season Three on Monday (they are available for all on YouTube), I cracked up at the ridiculousness of Hannah, Marnie (Allison Williams), Jessa (Jemima Kirke), Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) and Adam (Adam Driver). (Sadly, there was little screen time for Alex Karpovsky and no sign of Andrew Rannells.) Because when Hanna says something like this …

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… I laugh. Because it’s funny. It’s the kind of thing a character on Veep or Community or Arrested Development would say, but because it comes with a different delivery and Girls is a blend of comedy and drama, the line is taken at face value and Hannah deemed nothing more than a whiny, clueless brat. That’s a shame, because if you think Dunham thinks her characters are paragons of morality, upstanding citizens, or even perfectly representative of their generation, you’re missing the point. I know you hate being told that - that you just don’t get it - but for some of you, it’s true. (A similar infliction to the Angry Non-Fan is that of the Bad Fan, such as those who rooted for Walt and railed against Skyler on Breaking Bad, or those who view Jordan Belfort’s escapades in The Wolf of Wall Street as a good time worth admiring and even emulating. They are, most definitely, getting it wrong.)

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I’m learning to be OK with all of those who get things wrong. I’m trying not to smash things, really.

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But I will say this: Please keep in mind that just because a piece of art doesn’t strike your fancy does not mean it doesn’t still have inherent value. It’s crazy, I know.

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I’ve probably bored you by now. And annoyed you. That second part was kind of my intention but come on, these gifs are funny.

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So are the men and women of Girls — some of the most honestly written and believably flawed characters on TV. I maintain that most people find them annoying because most people find themselves relating just a bit too much to them, and that’s not an easy realization.

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If you don’t like Girls, that’s OK. Live in that truth all you like and enjoy saying no to watching it.

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But if you don’t watch it? Leave it at that — don’t watch it, and feel free to ignore those of us who do watch it and want to talk about it. Because this is me when you try to join the conversation:

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Not listening. I don’t care — I love it.

Sarah Carlson is a TV Critic for Pajiba. She lives in San Antonio. You can find her on Twitter.



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  • Emily Roach

    Thank you Sarah!!! Great write-up of the positives (and some negatives) of the show. And about how the fans are kind of empowered by Lena & crew to shrug off criticisms and say "eh... not for you? okay. No one here is better than anyone else."

  • denesteak

    i really like the show, and I get it (as you've put it here). I too think that Dunham is portraying her characters as flawed shitheads who are actually kind of good people -- which is what most people are like, including me. I like the show because so much of what these people -- in all their self-destructive glory and initial cluelessness-- reminds me of myself. And yea, it's painfully humiliating to watch it play out on screen sometimes, but mostly, I'm just so happy that someone else GETS IT.

    So yea, I hundred percent fully and completely support and understand this post. And I also love gifs!

  • ryallen

    Yeah this show is pretty much perfect. Except for the patrick wilson episode, which felt like a complete troll to me.

  • Calvinthebold

    I'm a guy in my 40s so I don't tell anyone at work that I watch and like the show. I'm not sure why.l

  • basse buus

    I also love this show, and is always a little baffled when people say that no young people see it since I'm 23. I started seeing it while me and my friends where all unpaid interns, and we still need help from our parents from time to time, and therefore we're apparently spoiled brats(?). I recently met a girl that talked exactly like Shoshanna and who was only able to express herself in Sex and the City references, so no the characters are not unrelatable even though they are terrible.

  • LibertyWysong

    I do not understand which type of thought about it woman.
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  • I don't watch it(for no deeper reason than that I don't have HBO)but I usually read the articles y'all post about it because the comments are always wicked entertaining.

  • kt bananacakes

    I quite enjoy the show and accept that might not be a popular opinion, but whatever. I should be used to it by now because I've loved maligned and unpopular things before. I agree, though, that it seems like a lot of the lines that are supposed to be comedic on this show get taken at face value. Is it the cadence of it? I can't tell. But it's clearly comedy to me.

  • Cree83

    Did I wander into 2012?

  • Papillon

    This has to be one of the worst articles I've ever seen on Pajiba. So you don't care that people don't like the show hence the “there's nothing you can do about it" but at the same time you take the time to post a series of reasons why they should like it (instead of an old regular review) and also imply people who don't like it are somehow incapable of appreciating good art just because they disagree with you, I don't think that would be a good way to change anybody's mind, but hey, you don't care. I actually enjoyed the first couple of episodes but all this defending articles are ruining it for me. Stop it, it's just a show.

  • To me, Girls is akin to Curb Your Enthusiasm (with the caveat that I personally prefer Curb by a landslide). Despite the fact that Larry is horrible, I can't help but see his idea of truth--and he's fucking funny. I think Lena aspires to be David; she hasn't quite hit it yet.

  • Walt Jr

    This ought to be good. (Grabs popcorn, takes seat)...

  • But I will say this: Please keep in mind that just because a piece of art doesn’t strike your fancy does not mean it doesn’t still have inherent value. It’s crazy, I know.

    And I will say this: Please keep in mind that just because a piece of art does strike your fancy does not mean it's universally appealing and people who don't like it are somehow defective or over-relating or "just don't get it."

    EDIT: I had not realized that Girls fans were such an oppressed group, because they sure seem to be out in force, every time I'd rather read about one of the nine million things I find more entertaining.

  • aroorda

    Almost as unbearable as articles that feel the need to criticize Girls?

    A million articles defending it.

    If you don't care, then let it go and stop trying to convince us you're right and we're wrong.

  • Jezzer

    It's a terrible show about terrible people by terrible people, but by God, let's give it ALL THE PRAISE for being so fucking brave for admitting that ugly people get naked too.

  • AngelenoEwok

    I only watch shows about terrible people.

  • Jill

    My mother just pointed that out to me as well. "Why do you only watch shows about assholes?" Then there was a long pause.

  • AngelenoEwok

    It's strange to me that people point to the characters on this show as being especially bad. There's no double crossing criminals, no corrupt cops or politicians, no vampires or zombies. I watch this show to calm down after all my other shows.

  • Jill

    To be fair, I was trying to get her to watch It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia at the time. But she also thought GOB on Arrested Development was a horrible person, so her opinion of who qualifies for horrible is pretty loose. I'm guessing the characters on Girls wouldn't fair much better in her assessment. I think she is just taken aback by characters that say exactly what they feel/think.

  • James

    I'm indifferent towards Girls but I absolutely hate bloggers who talk about people hating the show.

  • Yocean

    Nop. Don't relate. Don't care. Don't give a fuck what you think would be a reason why I hate it, because Girls is a epitome of symptomatic entitled generation and just as important as it makes itself (admit it, it's not just media or press making it important. Dunham intentionally advertise it in oh so precious manner). If it's called Entitled Little Shits, then i would respect it's self awareness and watch it but no, as long as you bring it up, I shut it down and I don't care you are listening to it.

    And there's nothing you can do about it.

  • I'm one of those people who tell people they hate watch it, but it actuality can't stop watching it, and will, under threat of torture, admit to enjoying these characters. Kind of like Jerry in the episode of Seinfeld where he undergoes polygraph about Melrose Place.

    I really enjoyed the new pacing of the show with these two openers. It's got a high-end sitcom tone, and the comedy beats were really well placed, if not just a slight too breezy in places that could've provided some nice exposition and moments to really catch up with where these folks are at. The scene in the woods with Adam and Shosanna specifically, while really funny, was too short, and simple.

    Personally, I hated, and cringed at the scenes in "rehab". They didn't ring true to me for what a rehab clinic is actually like, and for a show that seems to pride itself on honesty, it felt lazy. The ineffectual doctor, the quirky patients... It all just seemed like it was mining easy tropes for comedic effect, and felt disrespectful towards actual rehab patients. But that's just me.

    Bring on the mumble-core Seinfeld of season 3 (this is the 4th message board I've written something along these lines about this show. Fuck)

  • AngelenoEwok

    THANK YOU.

  • Yossarian

    I love Girls. I think it is an amazing show. I think it is important to talk about as a show, all on it's own, yet the conversation is constantly hijacked by talking about people's reaction to the show. And that's really unfortunate because it means we miss out on discussing one of the best character-driven shows on television.

    The broader social and cultural issues are important to talk about too, and I love talking about them, but the thing I'm really getting tired of is all of the endless comments and protestations about how you don't hate the show you just don't care/ don't like it/ wish we'd stop talking about it already. As if the conversation desperately needs you to weigh in about how you don't have an opinion (Indifference: you're doing it wrong).

    And for those of you who resent the fawning attention this show receives just because it is created by an outspoken female writer/director/actor and provokes controversy on topics like body image and feminism, guess what? That actually does make it a better, more interesting show. As a viewer, all other things equal, I think the show that offers a unique and under-represented perspective is going to be more interesting. When there are only a few quality tv series with female show runners I think it's perfectly natural to be excited about that for that reason.

    I like it because it's a perspective we don't see as much, about characters who are underrepresented and rarely portrayed this degree of frankness. And this is a smart, well written show with great performances. It's not some weird affirmative action campaign to support any female creative regardless of quality. This is sincere appreciation. I want to see good things that are new, different, and challenging. I'll go out of my way to support Lena Dunham or Jenji Kohan (Orange is the New Black) or Jane Campion (Top of the Lake) for that reason.

    And if you don't like the show, fine. Everyone has their own tastes and preferences. You don't have to explain them to me and you don't have to clutter up every comment section with tortured justification for your opinions. But the people who do like the show aren't wrong, they're just appreciating things that you don't get, for reasons you're failing to see. And that's really nothing to take pride in, the fact that you lack the empathy or insight to appreciate a particular story or artistic perspective. It's no different from people who try to disparage science fiction novels or comic books or rap music just because they lack the capacity to appreciate them.

    And if you really want to spend time thinking about how much you don't care about Girls then maybe it's worth asking what (if any) stories created by and about women you do enjoy. Do you read female authors or watch films directed by women (either of the two that ranked in the top 100 this year), or shows created or run by women? Or comic books written by women or the very few video games made by women or music made by women?

    Because if you don't like this show, fine. But if you don't like any stories created by women and you lack the capacity to identify with female protagonists then that's you limiting yourself, and missing out, with an added bonus of making it harder for the rest of us to enjoy these stories because less of them get made. And the same questions go for stories of by and about different races, cultures, ages, etc.

  • Erin S

    The thing that frustrates me about this is the enormous amount of pressure on one damn show. I swear, before the first episode aired there were articles on every pop culture site about why or why not it was important.

    White people problems, excessive nudity, the ridiculousness of generation selfie? All conversation-worthy, thought provoking topics: is GIRLS the only perpetrator? Nooope. I'm all for expressing opinions on popular culture, but it can just get annoying when you want to say you like a show and maybe don't feel like getting into a conversation about nepotism that day.

    Is GIRLS a funny, interesting show? To me it is. Is it SO IMPORTANT THAT EVERYONE NEEDS TO HAVE AN OPINION? No.

    Maybe that comes from Lena Dunham being out there, maybe it's from Hannah's declaration that she thinks she is "a voice of a generation," and people are deciding that this is how the creators of GIRLS actually feel. Maybe at this point I'm talking out of my ass, who knows? I haven't even gotten to watch the first episodes of this season yet and I feel barraged by them already, like the second I watch them I'll have to formally defend them in front of a committee.

  • letsspoon

    I'm with you, I've been a fan since day one. While I definitely don't think it's REVOLUTIONARY or THE VOICE OF A GENERATION or whatever has been said about it that gives fuel to the haters' fire, I just dig the vibe. It makes me laugh and I look forward to it every week, which isn't something I can say about the majority of shows on television.

  • libertyftw

    You should be a fan of shows you like! Girls entertains a lot of people. It's certainly not that well-written, nor is it revolutionary, nor is Lena Dunham the "voice of a generation." (Thank God!)

    I don't particularly love Girls...but as long as people are talking about how much they love it, how much it entertains them, and how much they look forward to it, why should I care?

    The only time it becomes a problem for "haters" - (and I read that as 'people watching with a unbiased critical eye) is when it receives accolades it IN NO WAY DESERVES.

    Lena Dunham is a marginal talent. There...I said it. Hannah Horvath is a character who has shown little growth aside from her relationship with Adam and to an extent Marnie. This far into the show, you'd think Dunham would be able to do better. Don Draper, Walter White, Tony Soprano, Josiah Bartlett, Carrie Bradshaw, Buffy Summers, are just a few characters who are written exponentially better into their third season. I'm not a huge S&TC fan, but those characters and plot points are fleshed out in a way that Dunham hasn't learned to do yet.

    They ARE honestly written. They're also poorly written.

    I mean....I like and still watch Boondock Saints. That's not particularly well-written, the acting was average, and it will likely be Troy Murphy's only movie to get some kind of acclaim. But I'm entertained. Glad you are, too.

    tl;dr Lena Dunham's writing is a mess; Glad the show still entertains you, ignore people that hate on something you love.

  • LizLemon

    Word! I like the show a lot and have no real opinion on Lena Dunham other than she created a fun show. These girls are younger than I am but still every episode contains one or two lines that feel so spot on to me and its amazing. This week was the coffee shop take down. "Did you leave in a rush?"

  • Jill

    I haven't seen that episode yet, but that is a great line. In that gif, the person saying it looks a lot like an Amy Schumer impersonator.

    Wait, is that Amy Schumer? I'm genuinely perplexed.

  • Modiano

    Amy Schumer was perfection in that episode!

  • LizLemon

    Yeah its Amy Schumer! She and Shiri Appleby were great in that scene.

  • Jill

    So I just wrote that someone looks like...who they are. Great, I've officially become my mother. I suppose I should blame the show for that and now hate it. Which is too bad because I just started watching it. Darn!

  • No more. No more. We surrender! We surrender!!

  • emilya

    thank you sarah for a much more eloquent and gif-tastic argument that i could ever make. I especially love that you included the rocking chair comment, because I think if buster on AD had made it, the internet would have shit itself over how great a remark it was.

    i got to have a great conversation with a client who is a 60 something male psychiatrist and my 30 year old male co-worker about girls yesterday, and I was more than a little surprised when the client said girls was one of his favorite shows. When I think about it, regardless of the specifics of any of my friends lives, we all faced major insecurities during our 20s and made mistakes. No longer being in that period of my life has made the show funnier, rather than cringeworthy (although there have definitely been some moments where i was cringing during hannah's interactions) and it sounds like this was one of the reasons my client loves the show so much.

  • John W

    It's not a bad show.

    Adam smashing that radio was funny as shit....

  • Matt D

    I only the first 2 episodes, and found it to be dull and entirely unfunny. I don't hate it, but I was bored enough that I decided there were better things to be watching.

    What does drive me slightly crazy about it is how many 'Stop hating Girls, it's amazing!' articles I see everywhere. Mostly because I've never seen any articles saying otherwise. It's probably due to the sites I look at, but I've never seen even 1 detractor, so all the pieces written defending it seem bizarre to me. Who are they defending it against?

  • Lance

    Agree - the show is a critical darling, revered in nearly all press and consistently winning awards. How is it or it's fans under attack? Why play the victim here?

  • Exactly. I'm not an angry non fan of the show I'm a non fan of the show who is angry at the amount of adulation it gets everywhere I look on the web. It's especially galling when compared to the vastly inferior amount of free positive PR the vastly superior Shameless is treated to. Why isn't the stunningly talented Emmy Rossum lavished with the same praise and attention as the mediocre-at-best Dunham? THIS IS BIZARRE, PEOPLE.

  • "Who are they defending it against?"

    Two groups:

    Group A: Rational TV fans who, for any numbers of reasons, doesn't care for the show and tire of it being called one of the best comedies/shows on TV

    Group B: Asshats who hate it because Lena Dunham is fat and naked all the time.

    Unfortunately, the former is often grouped into the latter.

  • Modiano

    Group A has a legit point, but Group B tends to be so much more vocal on the interwebs and real life. I have read plenty of praise for the show that is over the top so Group A appeals to me, but (maybe due to the sites I look at) I have seen a ridiculous amount of misplaced hate that drowns out the praise.

    Seriously, when a friend likes "Girls" I breathe a sigh of relief and think, "Oh thank goodness we can skip the anti-Girls part and just discuss the show."

  • Yeah, is there like a "Girls" DMZ or something? A place for people who don't care enough about the damn show? Because I neither think that Dunham is the Fat Hipster Antichrist nor believe her show is in any way raw or funny or honest to reality.

    I mean, it is getting harder and harder to avoid online, especially since writers I enjoy reading do cover it, and make good points (like above), but just not good enough to make me flipping CARE. I hate to say it, but could it be that there is a bit of a self-imposed bubble feeding this "Girls" love/hate thing?

    The only reason I bother to even pay attention is to gather material for my massive Twee Bomb that I plan on sending Jezzer for tempting me with Steam sales. MY WALLET SHALL BE AVENGED!

  • Come join me in my club that I just started, I call it the "We Just Don't Care That Much About 'Girls' Either Way But They Can Keep Making it if they Want, Whatever Really" Club.

    It's not very exclusive.

  • I like it enough to not want to be spoiled on season 3 until those fucks at AT&T can install cable in my new place.

  • Said this before and I'll say it again: Lena Dunham/Girls is the Tim Tebow of the entertainment world. To her supporters she walks on water, to her detractors she's worse than HitlerAIDS, and neither group has the first clue where the other side is coming from.

    Dunham and her creation is neither terrible nor is it a revolutionary examination of millennial culture. It's a wildly uneven, occasionally entertaining television dramady. That's pretty damn good for age 24. And also not as impressive as many want to make it out to be.

    With love,
    -Switzerland

  • profession: none, or starlet

    I don't think she's the best thing ever, but she can conjure up some uncomfortably sharp and penetrating character moments. She has talent. Whether you think that talent is being used for good is, of course, a matter of opinion.

  • Modiano

    Good point. Why is this show often described in such extremes (this article is not extreme and I appreciate that)? I enjoy it, but it doesn't crack my top 10. I called an episode "genius" back in season 2 and I meant it. One episode...and I got flack from everyone who doesn't like it.

    I totally agree with your assessment that it is not terrible, nor revolutionary. I find it mostly entertaining (and funny!). It is not written from my point of view, but I don't require that from my entertainment. That said, when I read about hatred of this show, that hatred tends to skew uncomfortably intense. Some people have a very hard time criticizing this show in a healthy way, and that strikes me as bizarre.

  • People that like Tim Tebow don't know football, the guy was an awful QB. Comparing Dunham to Tebow is out of line. She doesn't deserve that.

  • aroorda

    Mediocre is a great descriptor of the show.

  • AngelenoEwok

    She's 27. The character she plays on the show is 24.

  • Nimue

    See I actually appreciate what Dunham is trying to do and I get that it is kind of an important show if for nothing else than the idea of a regular looking woman being shown as sexy. Also, I love that it's written and directed by talented ladies even if they swing and miss sometimes. But, honestly I think my upbringing makes it so I find them loathesome. And I think that Dunham would be ok with that. I am not that much older than these characters, but I was raised relatively lower middle class so I never got to do any of that navel gazing. So, I can't with them. I appreciate it and appreciate those who like it, but for me it doesn't resonate.

  • lingli

    Yes! This is pretty much my feeling about it too. In my case I wondered if it's because I'm 15 years older than Hannah and co but despite finding some of the lines funny I just don't like any of the characters ... which was also the case when I started watching Breaking Bad, now I think about it, so maybe it's the story that fails to grab me.

  • asherlev1

    Exhibit A: Why Lena Dunham and her show are dead to me. Never, ever forgiving her for this comment and for the tone deafness of her apology. http://www.thefrisky.com/2012-...

  • "That doesn’t matter for some people, though, because the real problem is that we seem to be living in an age of manufactured outrage, when everything that happens is just fuel for another bitchfest on Twitter or Facebook or a huffy petition to fire or hire someone or a teary-eyed plea for a return to a simpler time. We act wounded, personally attacked, when someone says something we even slightly disagree with, and we channel that feeling — i.e., a basic awareness that the desires or opinions of another might not align with ours — into indignation."
    http://www.pajiba.com/think_pi...

    I dont even enjoy Girls very much, and think Lena Dunham's most impressive talent is managing to troll people who are far too smart to be trolled. But saying someone is dead to you because of a rather inoffensive photo seems a bit extreme.

  • anna_k

    "Fundamentalist attitude" + fake hijab is "rather inoffensive"?

    I'm guessing you're not part of that segment of the population happily blessed with always being selected at randomised security tests, in defiance of the laws of probability.

    and/or haven't experienced in person exactly how people's treatment of you changes when you go from brown or black woman --> brown or black woman with a scarf on your head.

  • anna_k

    If you can't have a conversation to snark at and criticise things you don't like, what exactly is Pajiba doing on the internet, then?

    Edited to add: on the tried very hard to watch it, so bored by it, and it isn't relatable for my group of post-university friends living in the city etc etc (not least through its blinding whiteness) train. Don't see why this is suddenly the one show for which criticism by those who dislike is BANNED because reasons, apparently including that they just don't get art. Sigh.

  • Paddington

    Yea, the you don't get it thing is a bit lazy when offering an analysis. Also, saying you would laugh if another character on another show said x ignores the context in which those characters exist. I might laugh if Britta said the thing about the rocking chair but the history and setup would be significantly different.

  • JustOP

    Honestly, I dislike the show. I've watched it, tried to get behind it, but just can't. Got no problem with other people liking it though. Just seemed like a show about a bunch of really vapid, extremely privileged women who have to 'face the harshness of reality' despite having pretty much everything given to them. Also can't get behind the circle-jerk of the shows success because all of the actors and creators have familial ties to showbusiness anyway.

  • Salasalu

    You missed the point of the article. No one who likes it cares what you think :) Go Sarah.

  • SamuraiShampoo

    That's obviously not true, or she wouldn't have wrote this at all.

  • JustOP

    Well then obviously my message is going out to either:
    a. those who do like it but enjoy hearing alternative opinions
    b. those who share my sentiments

  • Paddington

    I'll freely admit I don't get this show. I don't even dislike it, I just don't get it. Watched two seasons, trying to understand what people liked or hated about it but got nothing. But this show seems important to people for some weird reason and I wish I at least understood why.

  • Salad_Is_Murder

    Yeah, I really don't like the show either. It's characters are uninteresting people and the writing just doesn't do anything for me. I'd also like to say to its supporters that claiming people who don't like the show just because Dunham is fat or unattractive can go fuck themselves. I've had it with people using that line to quash any type of real discourse about the show; hiding behind some superficial bullshit to protect yourself from criticism is not doing anyone any favors.

  • Sarah

    How do you explain a brand of humor to people who don't get it? I can't convert certain people to Community, others can't convert me to Arrested Development. If it doesn't resonate with you, it's not for you. But if you do like Girls, we're going to identify with the characters and laugh at their misfortunes and quote the hell out of the dialogue and reflect on its take on relationships, independence, and adulthood.

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  • Paddington

    I don't feel like either of those shows were treated as important, Girls is. And for an important show I feel like I shouldn't feel indifferent to it. Unless it isn't that important broadly speaking, but just so happens to speak to the people who get to write think pieces on cultural sites. Which is fine, but you should then understand how that doesn't make its importance universal.

  • Cindy T. Oxendine

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