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Will We Be Able to Make It Through Another Whole Season with HBO's 'Girls?'

By Cindy Davis | Trailers | December 23, 2014 |

By Cindy Davis | Trailers | December 23, 2014 |

Look, we know Hannah Horvath gets on a lot of nerves, and to say opinions on Girls are strongly divided is a huge understatement, but for those of us who’ve stuck by the HBO series…why? Are Hannah and her slacksisters really the voice of a generation? Does one of them remind you of someone you know, or is watching Girls like the proverbial accident — you just can’t look away? For some, the fringe characters make the core more interesting or tolerable: Adam, Ray, Elijah, sometimes a guest star (Chris O’Dowd) or a parent (Peter Scolari); these people (crazy in their own ways) provide reflection the girls so desperately need. But, the real question is, how long can we stand to watch these insufferable girls? I mean, I’ve taken to wondering how any of them can even stand to be in a room with each other, let alone be the “friends” they claim to be. Here, take a look at this extended season 4 promo, and tell me, do you really want to be a fly on that wall?

So basically, Hannah and Adam continue having relationship problems, Marnie is going to sing more, Jessa is still off…being Jessa, and Shoshanna — well, Shosh will forever remain my favorite, but I’m just not sure she’s enough anymore.


Girls returns to HBO January 11th; guest stars this season include Natasha Lyonne, Gillian Jacobs, Marc Maron, Zachary Quinto, Jason Ritter, Spike Jonze, Maude Apatow, and Anthony Edwards and Ana Gasteyer as Shosh’s parents.

Cindy Davis, (Twitter)

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