It's official: Brooklyn's resident oddball woodworker/actor/playwright is heading to a galaxy far far away and honestly, with all the crazy Hannah thr...
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We're heading west.
When Season 3 of the HBO's "Girls" ended, aspiring scribe Hannah Horvath was deciding whether or not she'd leave Brooklyn, her...
I've read comments about Girls that said, in a nutshell, "I like the show, but I can't see me in the show." I feel the same way. The guys in the show are the biggest bunch of losers I've ever seen.
The question is not "Is Lena Dunham racist?"; it's "Is Lena Dunham any more racist than the rest of us?"
There's a scene at the end of this week's episode of "Girls" where Hannah and Marnie dance around to Robyn's "Dancing On My Own." That was the moment I knew that Hannah had finally won me over.
Regardless of their stance, people are talking about Girls. For the convenience of those thinking about joining in on the conversation, I've created a template for op-eds about Lena Dunham's new show.
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