History YMMV / Girls

5th Apr '16 8:41:08 PM toongrrl1990
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* [[HeCanReallyAct She Can Really Act]]: Alison Williams in ''Panic In Central Park'' and Lena Dunham in ''Hello Kitty''; their performances have really impressed people.

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* [[HeCanReallyAct [[HeReallyCanAct She Can Really Can Act]]: Alison Williams in ''Panic In Central Park'' and Lena Dunham in ''Hello Kitty''; their performances have really impressed people.
5th Apr '16 8:40:26 PM toongrrl1990
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* [[HeCanReallyAct She Can Really Act]]: Alison Williams in ''Panic In Central Park'' and Lena Dunham in ''Hello Kitty''; their performances have really impressed people.


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** Hannah in ''Hello Kitty'' where she finds out that Jessa and Adam are going out and her boyfriend and Marnie are too obtuse and self-absorbed to be of any help. The look on her face, where she is TryingNotToCry, is just heart-breaking.
29th Feb '16 1:55:00 AM Quietomega
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Ray, who began as just 'Charlie's friend' and grew into a popular character, to the point of being promoted to a series regular for season 2.

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Ray, who began as just 'Charlie's friend' and grew into a popular character, to the point of being promoted to a series regular for season 2.



* SeasonalRot: A BrokenBase about whether season three was this or GrowingTheBeard, as while some decried some percieved {{flanderization}} of the main characters, less CringeComedy-type creative risks and excessive plot focus back on Hannah, some liked the more mature and subdued plot-lines and the overall more cohesive feel episode-to-episode. Season 4, however, is already proving to be even more divisive.

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* SeasonalRot: A BrokenBase about whether season three Season 3 was this or GrowingTheBeard, as while some decried some percieved perceived {{flanderization}} of the main characters, less CringeComedy-type creative risks and excessive plot focus back on Hannah, some liked the more mature and subdued plot-lines and the overall more cohesive feel episode-to-episode. Season 4, however, is already proving to be was even more divisive.
13th Jan '16 11:41:31 AM creader
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* RealitySubtext: [[http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2013/02/that-sex-scene-on-last-nights-girls.html This article]] suggests that Hannah and Sandy's conversation about her essay (he says nothing happens, she argues that what happens is that "a girl’s whole perspective on who she was, and her sexuality, changed") could be a pre-emptive response to criticism of the episode "One Man's Trash." Though it could just as well apply to several other episodes, or the series as a whole.
28th Sep '15 6:41:25 AM Larkmarn
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* UnfortunateImplications: After the MonochromeCasting criticism of season 1, the first scene of season 2 opened with Hannah having sex on top[[note]]considered a power position[[/note]] of Donald Glover's character, while saying "Is this what you wanted?" The implication was not lost on some critics.
2nd Aug '15 7:03:02 PM HarryLovesHermione
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* UnfortunateImplications: After the MonochromeCasting criticism of season 1, the first scene of season 2 opened with Hannah having sex on top[[note]]considered a power position[[/note]] of Donald Glover's character, while saying "Is this what you wanted?" The implication was not lost on some critics.
24th May '15 6:22:10 PM nombretomado
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* HypeBacklash: It got a LOT of this, mainly as a result of the "voice of a generation" quote (which was taken out of context). Perhaps the most legitimate, ongoing criticism is that of the lack of diversity in the cast; as [[http://www.nerve.com/tv/the-four-things-i-simultaneously-could-and-couldnt-relate-to-abouti-girls-i an article at Nerve pointed out]] it's weird even for privileged, white 20-somethings to have such a homogenous group of friends when they live in a city as diverse as New York. (Granted, this is a problem with [[SexAndTheCity a lot of]] [[HowIMetYourMother shows set in]] [[{{Friends}} the Big Apple]], but most of them had older casts.)

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* HypeBacklash: It got a LOT of this, mainly as a result of the "voice of a generation" quote (which was taken out of context). Perhaps the most legitimate, ongoing criticism is that of the lack of diversity in the cast; as [[http://www.nerve.com/tv/the-four-things-i-simultaneously-could-and-couldnt-relate-to-abouti-girls-i an article at Nerve pointed out]] it's weird even for privileged, white 20-somethings to have such a homogenous group of friends when they live in a city as diverse as New York. (Granted, this is a problem with [[SexAndTheCity [[Series/SexAndTheCity a lot of]] [[HowIMetYourMother [[Series/HowIMetYourMother shows set in]] [[{{Friends}} [[Series/{{Friends}} the Big Apple]], but most of them had older casts.)
4th May '15 9:21:05 AM missmoon
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** Mimi-Rose's ex-boyfriend Ace only appeared in ''two'' episodes and is even [[http://www.vulture.com/2015/03/girls-zachary-quinto-ace-worst-character.html more hated]] than Desi for the same reasons but even douchier in execution, including making it blatantly clear to Adam and Jessa that he's playing mind games with them in order to get Mimi-Rose back.

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** Mimi-Rose's ex-boyfriend Ace only appeared in ''two'' episodes and is even [[http://www.vulture.com/2015/03/girls-zachary-quinto-ace-worst-character.html more hated]] than Desi for the same reasons but even douchier in execution, including making it blatantly clear to Adam and Jessa that he's playing mind games with them in order to get Mimi-Rose back. Unfortunately for him, his ploy fails as Jessa leaves him and Mimi-Rose refuses to get back with him while simultaneously dumping Adam as well.
2nd Apr '15 8:52:25 AM missmoon
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** Mimi-Rose's ex-boyfriend Ace only appeared in ''two'' episodes and is even [[http://www.vulture.com/2015/03/girls-zachary-quinto-ace-worst-character.html more hated]] than Desi for the same reasons but even douchier in execution.

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** Mimi-Rose's ex-boyfriend Ace only appeared in ''two'' episodes and is even [[http://www.vulture.com/2015/03/girls-zachary-quinto-ace-worst-character.html more hated]] than Desi for the same reasons but even douchier in execution.execution, including making it blatantly clear to Adam and Jessa that he's playing mind games with them in order to get Mimi-Rose back.
1st Apr '15 9:29:48 PM missmoon
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** Mimi-Rose's ex-boyfriend Ace only appeared in ''two'' episodes and is even [[http://www.vulture.com/2015/03/girls-zachary-quinto-ace-worst-character.html more hated]] than Desi for the same reasons but even douchier in execution.
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