Behind the Desk 81: The Only Critique Of “Girls” You’ll Ever Need
BYT at large | Feb 1, 2013 | 3:30PM |

All words: Brandon Wetherbee
Brandon Wetherbee hosts the talk show/podcast You, Me, Them, Everybody at the Wonderland Ballroom in D.C. and in Baltimore, Brooklyn, Chicago and Philadelphia. Listen to it online at He’ll be hosting You, Me, Them, Everybody Friday, February 1 at the Wonderland Ballroom with house band Lena’s Dunham, co­host Jenn Tisdale, announcer Jamel Johnson, soothsayer Adam Friendland, “Color Commentary” from Haywood Turnipseed Jr, guests Jennifer Tress and Yev Kirpichevsky.

“Girls” is a television show.


“Girls” airs on the Home Box Office channel in the United Stated of America. It’s not TV, it’s HBO.


“Girls” was created by Lena Dunham. She is also a writer, director and actress on the show.


CAPTION: Lena Dunham is the person with tattoos.

“Girls” has aired one complete season, is currently in the midst of airing a second season and has been renewed for a third season.
“Girls” has explored sex, race, age and politics.

“Girls” has won an Emmy for casting and Golden Globes for best comedy series and acting.
The best episode of “Girls” was when The New Girl exposed The Gossip Girl to be Veronica Mars which reminded a lot of people of “Buffy The Vampire Slayer “and that show helped boys and girls help explore their sexuality like when Willow dated a lady on “How I Met Your Mother.” Also, “My So Called Life.”


The second best episode was when Rudy got her first period and Claire took off work so they could have a women’s only day.


The worst episode of “Girls” was eight seasons of “Entourage.”


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