WOMEN
02/19/2013 12:11 pm ET

The Adults On 'Girls' Are Just Overgrown Children

While Girls is supposed to be about twentysomethings taking their first stabs at adulthood after college, the older people surrounding them—like Ray, Booth Jonathan, Thomas-John, or Marnie's 40-ish ex-boss who wears pigtails and clothing made of scuba suit material—serve as proof that insecurity has no age limit. It's frightening to learn that we might never grow out of it, but also comforting to know that we all suffer from it, if only occasionally.

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