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Girls 5 Seasons 2012

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Season 2
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3.9 out of 5 stars (1,012) IMDb 7.4/10

Ready for more 'Girls'? See all 10 episodes from Season 2 of the hit HBO comedy series from writer/director/star Lena Dunham, plus behind-the-scenes featurettes and more.

Starring:
Lena Dunham, Allison Williams

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Season 2
1. It's About Time

Season 2 premiere. Hannah is seeing a new guy, but her attentions are elsewhere with alaid-up Adam, a laid-off Marnie, and new roommate Elijah who quickly turns into a bossy housewarming host.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: January 13, 2013
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2. I Get Ideas

Hannah finds she's the subject of Adam's hate-album and tries to keep an open mind about her new boyfriend's politics; Marnie makes a career change.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: January 20, 2013
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3. Bad Friend

On a freelance writing assignment to get out of her comfort zone, Hannah befriends the junkie downstairs and parties hard with Elijah, who reveals an explosive secret. Meanwhile, Marnie has a long awaited run-in with artist Booth Jonathan (Jorma Taccone).

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: January 27, 2013
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4. It's a Shame About Ray

Hannah hosts a grown-up dinner party to celebrate her writing gig, but her friends' behavior doesn't live up to the setting. Marnie and Audrey square off; Shoshanna realizes that she has entered a new phase with Ray; Jessa meets Thomas-John's parents.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: January 28, 2013
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5. One Man's Trash

Hannah goes to apologize to an angry neighbor and is surprised by how drawn she is to both him--a good-looking 42-year-old doctor--and the trappings of his conventionally successful adult life.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: February 10, 2013
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6. Boys

Hannah signs an e-book deal with a dauntingly tight deadline; Marnie plays hostess for Booth Jonathan's art party; Adam coaxes Ray to go on a Staten Island adventure; a depressed Jessa crashes with Hannah.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: February 17, 2013
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7. Video Games

Hannah accompanies Jessa on a visit upstate to see Jessa's estranged father, his new-age wife and Frank, their virginal teenage son.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: February 24, 2013
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8. It's Back

Hannah tries to hide mounting anxiety about her book from her visiting parents. Meanwhile, Marnie is stunned by news that Charlie has started a successful app company; Adam gets set up on a date; and Ray's misanthropy gives Shoshanna pause.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: March 3, 2013
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9. On All Fours

Pressure from Hannah's aggressive publisher (John Cameron Mitchell) and a looming deadline further jeopardize Hannah's mental state. Adam and his new girlfriend have their first misunderstanding. Marnie makes an awkward step in following her dreams.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: March 10, 2013
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10. Together

Season Two Finale. In order to avoid being sued by her publisher, Hannah must write her book in a single day. Marnie misinterprets Charlie's intentions; Ray makes a career move which he hopes will impress Shoshanna.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: March 17, 2013
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101. Girls: Season 2 Clip Trailer

See where the lives of Hannah and her 20-something friends are headed in this comical preview of Season 2 of HBO's 'Girls.'

TV-MA CC Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: December 3, 2012
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102. Girls: Season 1 Recap

Revisit the loves, laughs and drama of 'Girls' in this two-minute look back at the highlights of Season 1.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: December 17, 2012
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103. Girls: Guys on Girls

Lena Dunham interviews her male co-stars in 'Girls' for insights on their characters and a peek at what's to come for them in Season 2.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 5 minutes Release date: December 17, 2012
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I am hooked. I can't say why. I don't like these people. I guess i like the show because the subject matter is relevant.

But they all remind me of someone I know or myself. It isn't the kind of story where it all ends happy. That was clear in the beginning. It is the kind of story that challenges the way you view yourself. I don't think any of the sex scenes are gratuitous. None of the nudity is, either. It isn't about what turns the audience on. It also isn't about shock and awe. Its about all of the reasons people have sex. Every kind of sex in there is real.

The characters are finding themselves in an existential paradigm. Its hard, and its hard to watch. There is a lot of conversation about growing up. That is no mistake, and I applaud the writing for weaving that in with Ray and Shosh, the nickname Adam gives Hannah, the way Charlie exited his childhood by putting limits on his behavior. Ray is angry about it because Ray refuses to grow up. Adam throws tantrums and hurts people to find out if they love him. Hannah. Wow. No idea where to start with her, she is the biggest child. Even the title. This movie isn't about women, it is about girls.

The characters are all children. The question is, what is grown up? I think that the episode with the doctor was critical, however improbable, because he wanted to be a child again and he couldn't. Hannah had an emotional fit over something immaterial because she is a child and he couldn't pretend not to know it. It broke the spell and they both left never never land. So what is growing up? It seems to be acknowledging that material comfort and nice things matter, and putting the health of your relationships and your professional life ahead of your personal feelings is an immutable rule of behavior.
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Episodes 1-4 are the dark comedy mix you expect from Girls. Episode 5 is a perfect anomaly. 6-7 are back to dark comedy, but with Ep. 8 onward, the season slides into darkness. Marnie's encounter with "ewok in capri pants" Booth Jonathan and his sad doll (Ep. 3) is dark, but so ridiculous that it's funny. In contrast, Adam's intimacy issues in Ep.8+ are seriously dark. Hannah's manipulative flirtation with a junkie (Ep. 3) is cheekily dark, but her descent into whatever that was in Ep 8+ is too dark too quickly.

Every so often there's a perfect episode in a series. For the series Enlightenment, that episode is The Weekend (1.4). For Girls, that episode is One Man's Trash (2.5). I compare Enlightenment to Girls because they both feature seemingly narcissistic characters finding their way. In both these episodes: (1) The character considers their past or possible future. (2) There's a sense of a shift in time. (3) The character seems unchanged after their moment of enlightenment.

The perfection of One Man's Trash begins with the mannequin beauty of the man playing the "trash." He is the trash because his wife abandoned him for the West Coast. Trash (let's call him that ironically) owns a home and therefore gets to put actual trash in his own private dustbin, something Hannah apparently envies despite being a hipster. Hannah spends a day and a night and a day with Trash and confronts a life she may claim she doesn't want i.e. "the trappings of [a] conventionally successful adult life." There are some cute interactions where Hannah's youthful spunk emerges.
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I never thought I'd like this show as much as I do. I'm a senior and this gives me an insight into what these kids are dealing with nowadays. Lots of laughs, I recognize my grandkids, and boy, am I glad I raised my kids at a different time. Season 2 is taking on a much deeper perspective, addiction, mental health, ones upbring, all are brought into the limelight. Even their brattiness and false sense of entitlement. great show, am looking forward to season 3. And with all the ups and downs it's never become trite or boring. It's a refreshing, delightful show.
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Watching Girls is like watching a not funny version of Sienfeld in which you see Newman having sex every episode.
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Every person in this show is more annoying than the last and is there any reason that Lena Dunham has to have her clothes off in every other scene? Terrible show.
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This is seriously a great show!
Binge watched the whole second season in 2 days, I love that the characters are getting more fleshed out & we meet more people.
This show is the darker, more realistic, modern day "Friends"
I couldn't find any old episodes on Netflix or OnDemand, Thank you Prime for having them available!!!!!!!
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Since Girls is such a cultural phenomenon, I decided to give it a try. Season 1 was offbeat and fairly entertaining. I got hooked on it despite not loving the characters, which is probably one of the points. But to me, season 2 is a disaster! I got through 4 episodes and had enough. All the characters seem a bit creepier, and the situations unrealistic and sometimes disturbing. The one with the cocaine and mesh shirt and the junkie ... just ugh! Enough! The so-called brilliant "writing" devolved to sophomoric, too.
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