On tonight's new episode of 'Girls,' Hannah's interview with the legendary Patti LuPone (!!!) plants some doubts in her mind about Adam's newfound success on Broadway. Meanwhile, Jessa backslides when a familiar face resurfaces, and Marnie's relationship with Ray faces its first major hurdle. Looks like that fight at the beach house last week didn't keep the ladies apart for long.
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Welcome back to 'Girls' Talk, where we here at ScreenCrush are joined each week by critics to discuss the latest episode. In this week's outing, the ladies head to the beach for a "healing weekend" (Marnie's words), but when they encounter an old friend and no one wants to adhere to Marnie's tight schedule, tensions quickly mount and it's not long before a weekend of healing becomes one of picking (or stabbing) at wounds.
Tonight's all-new episode of 'Girls' takes our girls for a trip to the beach, but the weekend isn't all fun and relaxation: with Marnie struggling to maintain control over a carefully organized "healing" vacation and the reappearance of an old friend, it's not long before tensions mount. "Beach House" is an exceptional episode that finds these four friends picking at wounds rather than healing them.
A few days ago 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' delighted future audiences with news that Seth Meyers' former 'SNL' co-star Fred Armisen had signed on to lead the house band, and now it seems the new 'Late Night' has another beloved 'SNL' staple headed its way. Not only can we expect Bill Hader's revered "Stefon" to make appearances, but the first week's rounds of guests include everyone from Amy Poehler to Kanye West, Lena Dunham, Ian McKellen and more!
Welcome back to "'Girls' Talk," where we at ScreenCrush are joined by critics each week to discuss the latest episode of the HBO series. In this week's episode, Hannah is seduced by the free perks of her new job but finds that gainful employment has its downsides, as well. Meanwhile, Marnie and Ray continue to connect on a personal level, and Shoshanna attempts to put her life in order, while Jessa seems to be flourishing at her new job.
On tonight's new episode of 'Girls,' Hannah is enjoying the free perks of her new job a little too much, but quickly discovers that life with a steady paycheck also comes with its downsides. Meanwhile, Adam meanders through prospective employment opportunities of his own, while Ray and Marnie continue to connect on a personal level and Shoshanna realizes it may be time to settle down. Also: Jessa is really good at selling baby clothes.
On this week's edition of 'Girls' talk, we're joined by another critic to discuss the latest episode, in which a potential new professional opportunity for Hannah quickly takes a sharp turn for the worse, while tensions mount in the apartment between Adam and Caroline. Meanwhile, Marnie seeks some help (and then some) from Ray, and Jessa decides to get a new job (on a whim, of course).
'Girls' airs a night early this week thanks to the Super Bowl, but we're not complaining. In "Only Child," Hannah attends the funeral of David Pressler-Goings, leading to some potentially exciting professional news that quickly takes a sharp turn for the worse. With Hannah intensely narrowing her focus on herself and Adam and Caroline's fighting reaching a climax, it's not long before things start to implode. Meanwhile, Jessa contemplates a new job and Marnie adopts a kitten!
Welcome to another edition of 'Girls' Talk, in which we're joined by critics each week to discuss the latest episode of the HBO series. On "Dead Inside," Adam worries that a sudden tragedy isn't affecting Hannah the way it should, and his sister has an interesting approach to try and get Hannah to open up. Meanwhile, Jessa makes a shocking discovery about an old friend, and Marnie continues to try and get her life in order post-Charlie.
There's a moment in 'Happy Christmas' when Anna Kendrick, Melanie Lynskey and Lena Dunham have a few cocktails in a basement converted to a tiki bar, and that moment quietly strikes gold. The scene – three woman jawing about the balance of work and life – doesn't gear up to be some big emotional breakthrough. It just happens au naturale, unladen with political pamphleteering or, quite frankly, even looking for any solutions. It is a great microcosm of Joe Swanberg's newest film. Insight does occasionally spring from this movie in what looks like an effortless fashion, but the movie as a whole looks like hardly any effort went into it.