3 February 2013 9:04 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

After last week's shambolic offering, I was still looking forward to this week's Girls largely because of the title, "It's a Shame About Ray."  "At last!" I thought, "less Hannah and more Shoshanna!"  It was blessedly true, with a lot more Jessa thrown in as well, and a dash of Marnie.  As irritating as the show can be, when it sticks to a theme (in this case, the idea or question of financially parasitic relationships) and shows real emotion (which came from a variety of sources -- basically from everyone except Hannah), Girls finally lives up to the hype.  Hit the jump for more on why "when I'm 30 I'm going to look like I'm 50, and I'm going to be fat, really fat like Nico, because I will be full of experiences!" The show's first season kicked off from the catalyst of Hannah being cut off from her parents' money, and »

- Allison Keene

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