Following the urban adventures of a group of 20-something women, the series focuses on Hannah Horvath (Dunham) and her complicated web of NYC friends, ex-friends, boyfriends, and ex-boyfriends. This season, Hannah forges ahead with her dream of being...
I loved the first half of the second season, especially the episode where Hanna takes up with the doctor she meets over trash, one of the most gracefully understated and affecting things I've ever watched
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-Not enough witty dialogue-Jessa's father, totally unnecessary character-Hannah and the doctor... worst episode ever
There are a few good episodes (Hannah trying cocaine, Hannah hooking up with a guy twice her age), but other than that, it was all kind of lame
Bad decisions and mistakes are not just forgiven and swept under the rug in a neat 30 minute episode,but rather,shown as lasting consequenses in the forms of STD's,terminated friendships,evictions and such- just as would happen in reality
Some episodes are better than others so you may want to be careful about buying every episode some of which include mental illness and terrifying visions of what exactly can go wrong when all you think about is yourself
but i must confess i like it better than expected.
Following the urban adventures of a group of 20-something women, the series focuses on Hannah Horvath (Dunham) and her complicated web of NYC friends, ex-friends, boyfriends, and ex-boyfriends
This season, Hannah forges ahead with her dream of being a bestselling author and begins seeing someone new, but her enthusiasm is tempered by the responsibility she feels for her now-ex Adam (Adam Driver), convalescing after his S1-finale accident
Let down by work and still lonely after calling things off with Charlie, Marnie (Allison Williams) needs her best friend and former roommate more than ever, but lingering awkwardness – and some surprising turns – only drive a wedge further between them
Meanwhile, still-married Jessa (Jemima Kirke) returns from her honeymoon, supplying Hannah with surprising new ideas
Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) takes charge of her new identity as a sexually active woman – and copes with the emotions that come along with it – as Ray (Alex Karpovsky) has an out-of-sight, out-of-mind attitude toward their relationship
The girls may have their ups and downs, but the show’s raw poignancy and fresh humor remain constant