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Girls 107: Enjoy going through life as yourself

Submitted by on May 28, 2012 – 9:19 AMNo Comment

From my recap of Girls 107, "Welcome to Bushwick AKA The Crackcident," over at Press Play:

Lavoyt is apparently used to the sad-sack routine working, because his face hardens instantly and he calls her a tease. Jessa parries with a line she's clearly used to shut assholes down before: "I liked you better when you were being a good guy." "Ain't that the way," he grunts, and gets up to leave. Why pretend his bloody nose needs medical attention if his dick isn't going to get Jessa's?

Really enjoyed the ep; hope to read your comments over at PP!

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