History Series / Girls

17th Mar '16 5:45:03 PM Ciara25
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** Hell the second episode of the 5th season shows Adam and Jessa doing it individually on a sofa.
* DiscriminateAndSwitch: When Hannah goes by [[ItMakesSenseInContext to pick up her father's wallet from a guy he met online]] and the man claimed nothing sexual happened, Hannah says "Well I can't trust you people" and states she doesn't mean Gay men but White Men over 50.

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** Hell Hell, the second episode of the 5th fifth season shows Adam and Jessa doing it individually ''individually'' on opposite ends of a sofa.
* DiscriminateAndSwitch: When Hannah goes by [[ItMakesSenseInContext to pick up her father's wallet from a guy he met online]] and the man claimed nothing sexual happened, Hannah says "Well "Well, I can't trust you people" and states she doesn't mean Gay gay men but White Men white men over 50.
15th Mar '16 9:13:54 PM toongrrl1990
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** Hell the second episode of the 5th season shows Adam and Jessa doing it individually on a sofa.
15th Mar '16 9:12:13 PM toongrrl1990
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* DiscriminateAndSwitch: When Hannah goes by [[ItMakesSenseInContext to pick up her father's wallet from a guy he met online]] and the man claimed nothing sexual happened, Hannah says "Well I can't trust you people" and states she doesn't mean Gay men but White Men over 50.
2nd Mar '16 3:18:12 PM slvstrChung
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The show's tone is difficult to encapsulate, engendering a LoveItOrHateIt response from a number of people. It relies on CringeComedy and tongue-in-cheek humor, portraying its characters as lost and flawed--people who are lovable but not necessarily likeable. Critics, however, have come down pretty strongly on the "Love It" side; the show's won a number of "Best Comedy" and "Best Performance" Golden Globes and Emmys, as well as a "Best Comedy Director" for Dunham from the Directors' Guild of America--the first time that award has ever gone to a woman.

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The show's tone is difficult to encapsulate, engendering a LoveItOrHateIt response from a number of people. It relies on CringeComedy and tongue-in-cheek humor, portraying its characters as lost and flawed--people flawed--{{Designated Hero}}es, in short, who are may be lovable but not necessarily likeable. likable. Critics, however, have come down pretty strongly on the "Love It" side; the show's won a number of "Best Comedy" and "Best Performance" Golden Globes and Emmys, as well as a "Best Comedy Director" for Dunham from the Directors' Guild of America--the first time that award a woman has ever gone to a woman.
won it.
26th Jan '16 8:51:14 PM Sweeper1985
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-->'''Ray''': Desi, this isn't about where you're from. This isn't about geography. This is about that distressed shirt you're wearing. This is about the fact that you have eyeliner on your face right now. This is about the fact that your musical sensibility is insufferable. Don't ever think that you get onstage anywhere where a vast majority of the crowd doesn't think "douche. You know how you feel when you watch Imagine Dragons play? Well, that's how we feel about you... I also know that you absolutely do not deserve her. Even remotely. You string her along for months and now you've proposed to her in some desperate bid to make it seem like you're not the most selfish person in the western fucking hemisphere, but you know what, Desi? I'm onto you.
20th Jan '16 11:45:02 PM PrincessGwen
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* HeartbreakAndIceCream: When Hannah's boyfriend breaks up with her, she goes to her flat and hits the fridge, taking out a pack of ice-cream.

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* HeartbreakAndIceCream: When Hannah's boyfriend breaks up with her, she goes to her flat apartment and hits the fridge, taking out a pack of ice-cream.



** Adam delivers one to Jessa in "Female Author" after her flippant response to getting them both arrested after refusing a citation for public urination, calling her out for her toxic and self-involved behaviour and refusal to stop acting like a reckless addict despite being sober.

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** Adam delivers one to Jessa in "Female Author" after her flippant response to getting them both arrested after refusing a citation for public urination, calling her out for her toxic and self-involved behaviour behavior and refusal to stop acting like a reckless addict despite being sober.
1st Nov '15 8:37:43 AM toongrrl1990
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* LesbianJock: Discussed and averted in ''Females Only'' when "fat gay Laura" tells Jessa she hates it when people assume that because she's a lesbian, she likes sports and she really dislikes playing them.
4th Apr '15 4:36:49 AM najhoant
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** Adam delivers one to Jessa in "Female Author" after her flippant response to getting them both arrested after refusing a citation for public urination, calling her out for her toxic and self-involved behaviour and refusal to stop acting like a reckless addict despite being sober.

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** Adam delivers one to Jessa in "Female Author" after her flippant response to getting them both arrested after refusing a citation for public urination, calling her out for her toxic and self-involved behaviour and refusal to stop acting like a reckless addict despite being sober.sober.
** Ray gives one to Desi in "Home Birth" about the way he treats Marnie.
21st Mar '15 6:48:54 PM Iwishtologin
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* HollywoodSex: ''So averted''.

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* HollywoodSex: IdealizedSex: ''So averted''.
21st Mar '15 6:47:14 PM Iwishtologin
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* EverybodyHasLotsOfSex: Though mostly not ''[[HollywoodSex good]]'' sex.

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* EverybodyHasLotsOfSex: Though mostly not ''[[HollywoodSex ''[[IdealizedSex good]]'' sex.
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