Now that Season 1 of HBO’s "Girls" has come to a close, it may be time to reflect on whether creator Lena Dunham delivered on the bold, opium-tea aided claim her character Hannah made in the show's pilot: “I think I may be the voice of my generation ... or, at least, a voice in a generation."
Dunham has certainly established herself as a bold voice who reflects a specific time and place. But does "Girls" get at something fundamental about how a young generation of post-college twenty-somethings communicate with each other?
HuffPost TV decided to take a look back at the barrage of texting, tweeting and facebooking from Season 1 of "Girls." This supercut shows that while Dunham may not speak for an entire generation of unemployed liberal arts graduates, at least "Girls" got the way young people use social media right.
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