A dramatic TV series about four young women in their twenties named Hannah, an aspiring writing; her best friend, Marnie; and the cousins Jessa and Shoshanna. This fourth season, witnesses the transition of Hannah to new condo she is able to pay its rents and living among her grad colleagues who do not like her works.
It's the most unpredictable the show has been since it started, but that also comes with its own risks. I'm looking forward to seeing what the heck Girls becomes when it transitions into mid-twenties mode.
The show's sense of perceived reality is always on cue and it keeps it going when the show knows it's overtly pretentious and bitchy in tone. It's [a] good episode overall, but it didn't really give me anything to care about; not even Hannah.