13 January 2013 6:29 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

"I watched Girls, but I didn't really have an opinion of it" - said no one ever.  Last year the show started off shaky and turned some viewers off, but got progressively better as the reality of what the series is -- and not what the divisive hype claimed it was -- became clear.  Girls is really a fine show.  Series creator and star Lena Dunham is not "the voice of the generation" (which was a satirically uttered line that HBO turned into a sincere tagline), but she has moments where she gets it really right.  So maybe getting the most out of the show means accepting it as an ironic embrace of White Girl Problems, without being dismissive of its truths.  Hit the jump to find out where all of the girls are now, and why things are already so much better than before. I should maybe start by saying, »

- Allison Keene

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