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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Jemima Kirke
There has been a lull. Talk of "Girls" settled down after its bombshell first season as fans took the opportunity to catch their breath.
Call it bad sex and the city. With its unflinching (often explicit) depiction of some of the most unerotic couplings you'll ever see onscreen, HBO's critically-acclaimed new comedy "Girls" captures the sexual wasteland of the millenials' hook up culture.