Which is for our parents to take care of us and also leave us alone.
Alert the media! Some people of color have arrived! Secretaries and nannies, of course.
Raise your hand if you think Girls is racist.
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"I just looked at it as a part of my job."
“Oh nooo! Oh no, Brian’s gonna kill me!”
But what does he think about a potential Gossip Girl–Girls crossover?
Hannah confronts her gay ex-boyfriend and Marnie gets seduced by the Lonely Island.
But, seriously, where are the black people?
"It’s pretty groovy that something is already getting meta-meta-meta critical responses to it."
Meanwhile, Girls is holding steady.
"I didn’t have any harsh feelings about it. I was like, 'Yeah, this is what happens.'"
That got heated fast.
Abortion, ill-advised date-rape jokes, and a little Tasti-D-Lite.
"I heard Barbara ask Elisabeth if she enjoyed rough sex, and I felt at that moment I could die."
"It's supposed to be about people who are a disaster and privileged."
Though she still needs to watch it.
But don't worry: Season two is in the bag.
That happened fast.
Now that every critic possible has written about it, Lena Dunham's HBO series finally airs its first episode.