I wrote this song after watching a 6-episode marathon of the show. It's not an homage and it's not a theme song or something. It's just how I felt after spending time with those characters. Which is all that means. Maybe that makes it more subjective but I guess that's the point.
I absolutely love that "Girls" does well among guys in Kansas City and Rhode Island. I am thrilled that men over 50 are among the show's biggest fans. But there's a tone of mild incredulity when discussing the show's male viewers.
In the season finale of HBO's "Girls," Hannah and Marnie go forward with their "break-up," while Adam gets serious. Meanwhile, Jessa throws a very important impromptu party, much to the displeasure of Shoshanna.
Maybe the boundless intellectual freedom of our country spoils the illicit pleasures of reading something of quality. Maybe the novel is dead. Who is to say that a book is more thought-provoking than a television show?
Hannah is resentful of the literary success of a former classmate, while Marnie finally comes to her breaking point with supporting Hannah financially and emotionally. Meanwhile, Jessa gets an unexpected visitor.