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Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14




Hannah gets a glimpse of some harsh realities when she invites Elijah (Andrew Rannells) to join her in her quest to complete an unfinished assignment. Jessa searches for a job. Hannah, Shoshanna and Elijah attend Marnie's open-mic performance.

Written by Lena Dunham & Paul Simms; directed by Jesse Peretz.


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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

Have to admit, this show is amazing.
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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

"You will never judge me again" was a mind-blowing, amazing final line.
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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

That was great.

You will never judge me again. Great line. Poor Ray.

Damn partial nudity of Allison Williams.


Caught up with the last 6 episodes including this one. Whew!! That was a marathon.

The one thing that's impressed me over the last 5-6 episodes is Dunham finally finding an identity for Marnie. Her character growth has been solid over the last few weeks. I liked her little performance tonight.
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BTW : I had no idea that was Louise Lasser until the credits. She was funny as hell in the early Woody Allen films back in the day. Probably as Mary Hartman as well, though I was too young to watch back then.
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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

One of the best episodes of the series I thought.
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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

I'd like to bitch-slap Hannah. It's a job with decent pay - no matter how mindless/soulless it is. People would kill to have her job. Work during the day and write at night. People manage to accomplish a lot more while working a day job.
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Marnie's "he made me" was so pathetic and freaking hilarious.
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http://instagram.com/lilfrexxx

Genius episode. The IG above is the girl who was on before desi and marnie.
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Good episode, but wow, was Hannah a bitch. To pretty much everybody, including the guy she worked with, that (as he said) only ever tried to be nice to her.
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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

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Good episode, but wow, was Hannah a bitch. To pretty much everybody, including the guy she worked with, that (as he said) only ever tried to be nice to her.
Yup.

"Everything is my business".

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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

Please more Ray and Adam interaction.

I think Ray is the best character on the show.
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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

This show is so consistently great. I know, still with the side-nudity for Marnie... but I'll still take it!
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Lena is upset her co-stars are not getting more roles compared to Adam Driver

Lena Dunham, creator of HBO's Girls, took the stage at the 2014 SXSW in Austin, Texas on Monday, and spoke out against the unfair way Hollywood treats women.

The 27-year-old star compared the recent success of the show's lead male, Adam Driver, who has been offered roles by Steven Spielberg and the Coen brothers no less, to the lack of dynamic roles her female co-stars have been hoping for.

'People are ready to see Adam play a million different guys in one year – from lotharios to villains to nerds,' she said. 'Meanwhile Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet are still waiting for parts they can get interested in.'

Miss Dunham specifically mentioned co-stars Miss Williams, who plays Marnie, being typecast as the 'all-American sweetheart' and Miss Mamet, who plays Shoshana, being asked to play more 'flighty nood-nicks' - noting that 'both are capable of so much more'

She did make sure to give ample to credit Mr Driver, who plays her zany love interest in the Golden Globe-winning show.

'Adam Driver has had a bang-up year in movies which could not be more deserved because he's a ferocious genius with an incredible work ethic, and I've learned so much from him,' she gushed.


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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

Uh, maybe it's because he's a better, more versatile actor than the rest of the cast?
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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

There's a reason Adam is being offered more parts : he's way more interesting. You could see it almost form the beginning. It reminds me of the Fall 1994 when both Friends and E.R. debuted -- Everyone could see right away that there was something special about Jennifer Aniston and George Clooney. They had a star presence that their co-stars didn't quite have. Taking nothing away from the Anthony Edwards and Lisa Kudrows of the world, but you know star power when you see it. And I just don't see Zoisha Mamet starring in a Madame Curie biopic.
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Re: Girls -- "I Saw You" -- 3/16/14

I'm surprised she didn't add her own name to the list. Maybe Driver can help her with a bit part as the daughter of a Hutt?

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