The 25 Meanest Things Said About "Girls"

"But for all the hopes and good press, the inaugural episodes of Girls amount to little more than inertia disguised as quirkiness, stock narrative masquerading as art, and peskiness paraded as high comedy."

Writer: Asawin Suebsaeng
Publication: Mother Jones

You can't see past the hype. You sound like a dinosaur, but it's OK—watching TV in the age of the Internet is hard. Come back to Girls in a year when the dialogue has died down and try again.

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