Girls: Season 1, Episode 3

All Adventurous Women Do (29 Apr. 2012)

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Hannah receives the results of her STD tests: she has contracted HPV. After an accusatory conversation with Adam about him being the one who infected her, Hannah then comes to the conclusion that Elijah Krantz, her boyfriend in her last two years of college, is the one who infected her. After a discussion with Shoshanna about the issue, Hannah decides to confront Elijah, although she also decides to use that opportunity to reconnect with Elijah sexually, despite the issues which led to their breakup. Hannah learns much more during her meeting with Elijah, that new information which changes the focus of their discussion. Meanwhile, Marnie is feeling more disconnected from Charlie, especially following what she considers a selfish act by Charlie but one which he did for humanistic reasons. She in turn starts to fall for artist Booth Jonathan primarily because he's everything that Charlie is not. And Jessa starts work as a babysitter for the Lavoyt family. She treats the job in a ... Written by Huggo

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In scene where Jessa meets Jeff, the father she babysits for, her blue necklace is missing from shot to shot. See more »

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Booth Jonathon: But I want you to know the first time I fuck you, I might scare you a little, because I'm a man, and I know how to do things. See you later.
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Take up Girls!
3 May 2012 | by (Greece) – See all my reviews

I took up "Girls" after having - lately - watched Lena Dunham's first feature "Tiny Furniture". What I mostly appreciated in the film is how endearingly and for the most in an unaffected manner she downplays questions of privilege, without not-acknowledging them.

I thought that this lacked from the pilot, and consequently accounted for a certain numbness. The numbness unfortunately spilled into the second episode, despite two greatly written one-liners, if not scenes, that wrapped it up succinctly.

Many reviewers and even more critics complained about the narcissism that despite self-mockery is not presented with any human moments that would truly undermine it.

Nothing to worry about, episode three is sturdy, direct, rich in its feature time and most of all ends in a life-affirming manner showing why it is called girls. The anxiety of sexual relationships in our time and the sense of breached hope is counter-attacked with an open sense of hope and - most important - a ringing early womanhood bonding. The two girls in the final scene are terrific, and, hopefully, we are dancing with them!


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