'Girls' heads to the country this week and we finally get to meet Jessa's dad -- and her stepmother, and a rabbit, and a boy in a turtleneck. But most importantly, we get to know Jessa a little better, for better or worse.
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The concepts of 'Girls' and "Video Games" don't usually bring to mind Lena Dunham and her controversial-yet-acclaimed HBO series, but Sunday's all-new episode will take on a new meaning altogether. Once again escaping the confines of Brooklyn as in last year's Michigan-centric "The Return," this Sunday's 'Girls' outing "Video Games" will take Hannah and Jessa to meet the latter's estranged father (Ben Mendelsohn) and his girlfriend (Rosanna Arquette), but how would you like a first look? Get a 'Girls' sneak peek inside!
We're joined by another critic to discuss this week's episode of 'Girls,' titled "Boys," in which the boys act out just as much as the girls do and everyone is sort of frustrating.
Hannah's finally writing a book, while Marnie finds herself in a situation Hannah might be familiar with and Ray and Adam take off on a little adventure in this week's 'Girls.'
We're joined by another critic this week to talk about the latest installment of 'Girls.' In "One Man's Trash," Hannah shacks up with a 42 year old on the verge of divorce who seems to have everything, but he's just as lonely and lost as she is.
Like season one's "The Return," "One Man's Trash" is a Hannah-centric episode, but this one blissfully leans a little heavier on the drama. After last week's stellar episode, 'Girls' is just as fantastic this week, albeit for different reasons.
Now that all those Super Bowl shenanigans have fallen by the wayside, HBO's 'Girls' will return to its normal Sunday time slot, this week with an extra bit of star power. Sunday's all-new episode "One Man's Trash" will see the debut of 'Watchmen' star Patrick Wilson as a handsome older doctor that catches Hannah (Lena Dunham)'s eye, but will the infatuation last? Check out a new preview from Sunday's 'Girls' to see for yourself!
We're joined by two critics to discuss the latest installment of 'Girls,' titled "It's a Shame About Ray," but it's really a shame about Jessa, and Hannah, and Marnie, too.
Okay, this is just getting silly -- another major Hollywood award ceremony, another victory for Ben Affleck and 'Argo,' this time at the Director's Guild of America awards. If this was like any other year, Affleck would look like a shoe-in for the Oscar...except that he's not nominated. Which means that Affleck's repeated victories make this year's Academy Awards the hardest to predict in recent memory.
This week's episode of 'Girls' (airing tonight thanks to the Superbowl) is titled "It's a Shame About Ray," and while that's certainly accurate, it's also kind of a shame about Jessa, too.