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Girls 110: I'm very moved

Submitted by on June 18, 2012 – 10:46 AMNo Comment

From my recap of the Girls finale over at Press Play:

Everything about the event is quintessentially Jessa, from the idea that she'll mess with everyone's preconceived notions about free spirits to the "veil" that looks like she picked it out of the trash behind Beacon's Closet. Not only will the ensuing plots for Season Two write themselves (see: the months of material "Felicity" got out of this when Noel Crane married the Doritos girl), but a season-finale wedding is the perfect deus ex cake-ina for throwing characters together and stirring vigorously.

Thanks for reading this season, and to Max, Ken, Matt, and the gang at Indiewire for publishing my thoughts on the show.

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