TV series: Girls is an American television series that began airing on HBO on April 15, 2012. Created by and starring Lena Dunham, Girls is a comedy-drama that follows a close group of twenty-somethings as they chart their lives in New York City.
Redemption at its finest is what was delivered by episode six with not even one disappointing character.
Jenna Lyons is the essence of a great woman. A successful creative director turned president amongst the competitive world of fashion who always appears at ease with life. A mother who divorced under difficult circumstances to acknowledge her love for woman. While attached to one of the busiest schedules she still manages to be addicted to Instagram. Boasting a great sense of humor mixed with a down to earth personality all the while always looking just so cool. I was won over in this episode as soon as she appeared.
Marni and Ray could be a match made in heaven. They understand each other in the precise way that is needed in a relationship. Two people pulling in the opposite directions while every so often becoming conscious of the fact that they are getting nowhere. Once the force diminishes they find each of their ends cooperating in a neatly tied knot.
The return of Jessa’s voice is like being fed water after days in the desert.
Shoshanna wins again with her increasingly remarkable never ending sentences. She emits amusement even without speaking, as displayed via her stroll by Ray’s basketball game; of course she would turn an intimidating act into a satirical experience. It wasn’t a surprise that she was unable to focus and keep quiet during sex; or that she took pleasure in having her hair pulled. She comes across as the type of girl who craves kinky sex; a lady in the street but a freak in the bed.
I’ve never been overly bothered by Hannah’s selfishness until this episode. Someone needs to slap some reality into the girl and make her realize that there is more to life than gummy bears and gum drops. Good things come to those who work their asses off and she should without doubt be grateful for all the perks that working for GQ bring along. As established by Jenna, so many people want her (Hannan’s) job. I hope she actually remains a working woman, if not for the free snacks than for the added interests that comes along with it in the form of colleagues.
And now I will be following the intentions of Hannah Horvath by dedicating allotted time each night to my writing (instead of just reviewing GIRLS).