The show every twenty something has grown to love, is back and as quotable as ever! In the first two episodes of the season 3 premiere of Girls, Dunham reunites us with leading ladies, Hannah, Shoshonna, Marnie and Jessa, who disappeared for the latter part of the second season.
We watch Hannah and Adam rekindle their relationship, shacking up in her cozy Brooklyn apartment, while continuing writing her e-book. Shoshanna is letting loose this season, balancing school and an active sex life! Our beloved Marnie is back living at home, working part time at Ray’s coffee shop post her bad breakup with longtime boyfriend, Charlie. Consistent with the past two seasons, Lena captures witty dialogue and humorous quotes that makes ‘GIRLS’ super relatable and infectious to watch.
In case you need a little Girls therapy, here are quotes from last nights episodes that will prepare you for any twenty something crisis!
” We live in huge sprawling metropolis where it’s very, very easy to avoid the person you don’t want to see… forever” – Ray
” I hope you two enjoy a life together fucking like the two Ferret animals that you both are.” – Adam’s ex to Hannah.
” It’s amazing to realize, that my only limitation is my own mind. I hold the keys to the prison that is my mind.” – Hannah
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“He’s not a traditional person. So he can’t just be slotted into any job. But he takes care of me. He makes sure I take my medicine, have my protein, and he does this very calming chant.” – Hannah
Adam: “I don’t hate your friends, I’m just not interested in anything they have to say”
Hannah: “I’m not interested in anything they have to say! That’s not the point of friendship.”
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“Just because I tasted her cum and spit or could tell you her middle name or knew a record she liked, that doesn’t mean anything. That’s not a connection. Anyone can have that. Really knowing someone is something else. It’s a completely different thing and when it happens you won’t be able to miss it.” – Adam
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“It’s really liberating to say no to sh*t you hate.” – Hannah