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Girls 4 Seasons 2013

Season 2
4.3 out of 5 stars (44) 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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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.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 13 January 2013 29 minutes
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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.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 20 January 2013 28 minutes
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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).

AGES-15-AND-OVER 27 January 2013 29 minutes
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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.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 2 February 2013 28 minutes
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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.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 10 February 2013 28 minutes
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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.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 17 February 2013 29 minutes
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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.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 24 February 2013 28 minutes
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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.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 3 March 2013 29 minutes
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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.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 10 March 2013 28 minutes
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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.

AGES-15-AND-OVER 17 March 2013 29 minutes
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By Lola TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 19 Feb. 2014
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I finally (sadly) finished watching "Girls" Season 2 last night - and I LOVED IT!

My initial disappointment with the first couple of episodes was quickly overturned as the season progressed, I was hooked. The show continues to be edgy, smart, funny, quite unique, different and a bit (sometimes more than a bit) awkward (and this comes with the season when we barely see Hannah naked!). There are a few story lines that go through the season, from Shoshanna's relationship with Ray to Hannah's OCD (brilliantly done! If you ever had even a mild form of OCD, you will appreciate and recognise the motions Hannah goes through.). Each episode is its own story, and each chapter is one brilliant sitcom in its own right. Overall the show was very much enjoyed by me.

I loved all of the characters, from narcissistic and aloof Jenna to uptight Marnie (also quite narcissistic and manipulative, it turns out!), and curious, honest, with a wry sense of humour, phenomenal (and embracing it) Hannah, and, of course, Shoshanna, who, it seems, is the only lead female character who has her life together (i.e. she goes to college, she is able to communicate her needs and desires to her fellow characters and has a moral barometer that is working!).

Time flew by! (And I appreciated less than half an hour episodes - you can watch a few and still have an evening left!) Yes, when I think about this I admit there is not a lot of philosophising going on, and I appreciate a lot of people may think there is no substance to the series, no glowing idea behind "Girls". But I tend to disagree. And in any case, I think the series is a great way to banish the boredom and cringe at the mistakes made by someone else, rather than you.

I cannot wait to get my hands on the Third Season so I can watch it all in one weekend!
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By Mike D on 13 Feb. 2014
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Along with buying Downton Abbey and Madmen, this programme has become a 'token' Christmas or birthday present for my girlfriend. I actually quite like it as well, it's a lot more realistic than Sex and the City, very funny in parts and with likeable characters. I don't think it was as good as the first series though.
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I really enjoyed the first season where the quirky characters delivered some great lines, and their cringe-worthy situations were poignant and relatable: it was littered with some laugh-out-loud lines. What happened in S2?

Like life imitating art, the writing just doesn't come together. Every one of the main characters becomes annoying and whiney, and you have no sympathy or support for any of them, with the exception of Charlie, played by Christopher Abbot. The fact that this actor has left the show abruptly at pre-production of S3 (he was unhappy with the direction the show was taking), speaks VOLUMES on how trite this season is compared to season 1.

Each episode seems like improvisation and there is only a loose thread of a storyline throughout, making each episode almost standalone, with cameos from people who are complete caricatures delivery nothing but cheesy lines.

I really hope S3 resembles S1 more, as I would drop this show if S2 is the new vein. It is borderline depressing and really has no message any more.

2 stars for the guys who are probably the most watchable.

Incidentally, after Christopher Abbots departure, Lena has said the show does not need the guys to make it work. Oh dear.......
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Great season, just as good as the first season, laugh out loud comedy, easy to watch, great fun and great soundtrack with some touching moments. Full of different emotions.
Fans of Sex & The City and teen dramas would enjoy. Saying that I'm 33 and loved it!
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Self indulgent drivel. Was sick and tired of Hannah stripping off. Far fetched nonsense. Made me feel nauseous in parts. Watch something else, something actually intelligent rather than something pseudo intelligent
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Im always left wanting more with this seris-this DVD is no exception. As always Hannah and her friends go off on the most random jaunts and all the main characters become even more endearing.
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This is an amazing 2nd season, still funny and a bit awkward! But it does slow down in the middle episodes....

Well worth buying and I can't wait for season 3!
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Loved season 2
Although it was arguably, the darkest season out of the current four, it mixed perfectly with the lighter moments of comedy gold
Watch it!
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