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3 Reasons Why We We Can’t Stop Watching Girls
1. In the freshly minted Season 3, Hannah is finally facing her OCD with Adam, her newly care-giving boyfriend.
2. Marnie is unpredictably forced to discover her self-worth after being dumped again. Will she evolve as an individual this season?
3. The discovery of cool closing credit songs are back in rotation. The premiere episode on Jan 12th ended with the debut of Jenny Lewis’ track “Completely Not Me”. For those that missed it, you can listen here. 
If you haven’t caught up yet with the bizarre narratives of the controversial HBO show, you can purchase Season 1 and 2 on eBay to catchup quickly. 
(Photo: Courtesy of HBO. Text: Jauretsi)

3 Reasons Why We We Can’t Stop Watching Girls

1. In the freshly minted Season 3, Hannah is finally facing her OCD with Adam, her newly care-giving boyfriend.

2. Marnie is unpredictably forced to discover her self-worth after being dumped again. Will she evolve as an individual this season?

3. The discovery of cool closing credit songs are back in rotation. The premiere episode on Jan 12th ended with the debut of Jenny Lewis’ track “Completely Not Me”. For those that missed it, you can listen here

If you haven’t caught up yet with the bizarre narratives of the controversial HBO show, you can purchase Season 1 and 2 on eBay to catchup quickly. 

(Photo: Courtesy of HBO. Text: Jauretsi)

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It’s Friday, and time to shake it out! If you missed this awesome episode of GIRLS, peek here for “the moment.”  
(Photo courtesy of What Should We Call Girls. Text by Jauretsi)

It’s Friday, and time to shake it out! If you missed this awesome episode of GIRLS, peek here for “the moment.”  

(Photo courtesy of What Should We Call Girls. Text by Jauretsi)

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It’s very easy for me to say what success is. Success is connecting with an audience who understands you and having a dialogue with them. I think success is to continually push yourself forward creatively and not become a caricature of yourself. I think success is figuring out a balance between finding a really rich intense fulfilling work life and the kind of personal life that makes that work life possible and meaningful. I think failure would be the opposite of those things. I think it would be becoming too involved with the traditional markers of success. I think it would be stopping my pursuit of new forms of expression, and I think it would be putting something out in the world that didn’t feel honest and exciting to me. I firmly feel that if I put a show out that was a commercial success and didn’t feel like it was sending the message out into the world that felt essential to me, it wouldn’t feel like a success to me at all.
-  Lena Dunham, HBO’s Girls’ Creator/Writer/Director/Actress (Fortune Magazine)