Move over, Hannah: The real "Girls" of New York City are moving in.
On Friday, an "Emmy-winning production company" posted an ad on Craigslist asking twentysomethings living in lower Manhattan and Brooklyn to email them.
And to clarify, "only well educated and cultured extroverts need apply." Sounding like Lena Dunham's "Girls" yet? We think so too.
While some are looking to move "Girls" in the reality TV direction, the HBO series is seeing more famous faces as the series progresses. In addition to Donald Glover and Rita Wilson, who have already made appearances in to Season 2, Alec Baldwin mentioned on Monday that he was hoping for a guest role.
"I’ll come and play your therapist," the "30 Rock" actor told series creator Dunham, who plays Hannah on the show. "You need one ... bad."
"Girls" airs on Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on HBO.
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