31 January 2013 7:13 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Lena Dunham, be forewarned. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is watching. The NBA Hall of Famer and apparent avid TV watcher took to Huffington Post today to detail what he believes to be the most glaring flaws of the HBO comedy Girls, including, in his eyes, a forced attempt to insert a black character into the largely white action and that rampant self-involvement doesn't necessarily equate with cuteness. All in all, Girls—which has been renewed for a third season—just doesn't measure up to late, great shows like My So-Called Life and Wonderfalls, according to Abdul-Jabbar (who, by the way, is welcome at our roundtable discussions anytime). "A black dildo would have sufficed and cost »

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