Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 1, Episode 10 of HBO's "Girls," entitled, "She Did."
There's a part in the " Girls " Season 1 finale where Shoshanna, so fed up with the crazy antics around her, tells Ray, "Everyone's a dumb whore." H more
HBO's "Girls" are "Living the dream: One mistake at a time," and the season finale ambushed viewers with the biggest lapse in judgement yet, courtesy of brash boho Jessa. The "dream" is to survive one's mid-twenties in contemporary New York, find love, jo more
There's nothing like seeing a rival succeed where you haven't to put your life into harsh perspective. Such was the case for Hannah on last night's " Girls ," in which she was faced with attending college nemesis Tally's book party for her recently publis more
When inputting my quotes from the latest installment of Girls I noticed that a lot of the notable one liners came from Marnie. In " Leave Me Alone " Marnie and Hannah had their most epic fight to date, even worse than the time Marnie doused Hannah in a d more
HBORIP BFFs?: Hannah (Lena Dunham) and Marnie (Allison Williams) have a mudslinging fight this week.
Hannah has a nemesis. The girls are at a book party for Tallie Schiffer, one of Hannah's classmates who she claims was always a terrible writer but h more
After watching the penultimate episode of Girls’ first season (Season 1, Episode 9: “Leave Me Alone”), we have one wish for the finale: Please, oh please let us see footage of Shoshanna’s internet date with Bryce. With an impressive array of guest stars — more
The Hatfields had the McCoys. Werner Herzog had Klaus Kinski. Seinfeld had Newman. Bethenny Frankel had Martha Stewart. The penultimate episode of "Girls - Season 1" is about enemies, frenemies and the folks in between.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Leave Me Alone," the June 10 episode of HBO's "Girls," in which Hannah and Marnie have a big fight, and Jessa gets a pep talk. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-girls-leave-me-alone-you-are-the-w more