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Girls doesn't tackle themes per episode; instead, it's a series of moments, vividly observed and often joltingly funny social interaction and sexual relationships (some graphically depicted, with all the freedom that cable television allows). Dunham doesn't explain everything all at once, but gives only glimpses into the characters in each episode. At first, Hannah's relationship with Adam (Adam Driver) seems horribly one-sided, but by the end of the 10-episode season, the picture changes completely (and going back to watch previous episodes with new eyes is rewarding). While Hannah, Marnie, Jessa, and Shoshanna may suffer from the neurotic self-absorption of twentysomethings, Dunham and her cocreators do not; everyone in Girls is multidimensional, including parents and men on the periphery (Charlie's friend Ray, played by Alex Karpovsky, grows from some jerk to one of the more intriguing characters on the show). It's rare that comedy and compassion are so well-balanced. Like a microscope, Girls focuses on a tiny sliver of the world, but within that sliver lies abundant life. The Complete First Season also has an abundance of extra features, including auditions, deleted scenes, commentary tracks, interviews with the cast, and a revealing and lively conversation between Dunham and producer Judd Apatow. --Bret Fetzer
Awesome show!!! If you don't have a cool personality you probably won't appreciate it for all that it is!Published 1 day ago by KAYY
When I first started watching Girls I wasn't sure how I'd feel about it after the first or second episode. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dog_Ma!
Odd awful show. I can't believe I wasted over an hour of my life hoping the story line would improve.Published 2 days ago by gemma r.
"Girls" is the voice of the millennial generation. At 25 years old, this series really speaks to where I'm at in my life: trying to get myself together financially,... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Southern Belle
DISGUSTINGLY overt depictions of sexual dusfunctions and perversions are not for general public viewing. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Wayne T. Rice
I'm not quite sure what kind of feel they're going for with this show, but I think they missed any mark they may have aimed for. Total snooze-fest. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Bekahhector