Here’s the very first preview, in which we get a glimpse of both the primary plot-line and LeBron James’ Netflix viewing habits.
Does Paul Rudd ever age?
Now with season three fast approaching, it’s been made public that Danielle Brooks—aka “Taystee” from Orange Is The New Black—will appear on Girls, marking the first black girl to grace the show.
Next time you apologize for downing a marathon on Netflix, just think, do I want to apologize for watching this and be like those people who used to think forks were evil? No.
People are comparing the show to The Devil’s Wear Prada.
Han Solo and Princess Leia (Leslie Mann) have grown tired of their once-passionate love affair. Yet their two kids (Maude and Iris Apatow) won’t stop saying the most adorable things at the most inopportune times.
During the show, I said to my friends, “I don’t get why people are so mad about this show, seems fun and harmless.”
She often kept out of the public eye, especially when partying, so Buffy “wouldn’t be seen with a drink in her hand.”
But, for all its derivation, Family Guy has its own unmistakable flavor, present in Ted’s odd obsession with the fringes of pop culture (Flash Gordon and Tom Skerritt), its flippant mockery of homosexuality/ women/non-whites (MacFarlane would probably say he’s mocking bigotry towards those groups, but it’s a fine line), and its unexpected bursts of violence.
People seem to have confused Girls with being a reality show when it’s actually scripted television. I don’t care if Allison Williams was riding a golden camel in Dubai and eating duck before she got casted as a down-and-out twentysomething. All I care about is if she does a good job. And guess what?! She does.