"Help? I don't want to help. No one does anything because they want to help. I was doing it because I love you."
"She Did" was about everybody but Hannah's life moving forward. It was not that Hannah was denied this opportunity, but it was that she was incapable to do so.
"It's about me."
There is a lie that people in their twenties learn about the hard way. It turns out that success in school does not guarantee success in career. Even after graduation, it takes hard work and an acceptance of reality in order to be able to move up the career totem pole. For Hannah, this is a lesson that she is slowly learning.
"I've never been this miserable in my life."
Marnie was still taking her break-up really badly, especially after she found out that her ex had now gone on vacation with the new girlfriend.
"This happened in two weeks?"
Girls returned to its regular New York setting this week, now that Hannah had come back from Michigan.
"Of course you're embarrassed, because this is horribly embarrassing for everyone involved."
"The Return" is the first episode of Girls to take place in Hannah's hometown in Michigan, as she flew in for her parents' anniversary.
It's not every day you get to meet and speak with a bona fide legend. Sure, I've met and talked to a lot of amazingly talented comedians, actors, and comedians over the last 2 years I've been doing interviews for ShowbizMonkeys.com.
What happens when the director of Forty Year Old Virgin (Judd Apatow), the creator of Ghost Busters (Harold Ramis) and some of the world's most talented comedic actors (Jack Black, Michael Cera) get together and make a movie? Well, let's just say not exactly what you'd expect.