This Girls parody entitled Cats reminds us of how truly amazing, hilarious and terrible Girls is all at the same time. Because usually, this is exactly how stupid Hannah and her friends sound like episode to episode.
Oh, but I suppose young twenty-somethings can be endearing sometimes and that’s why we keep watching it, yeah? We were all at one time or another equally as clueless as…AHH THERE’S BASKETS OF KITTENS!
The water epiphany! Kitty goal setting! The pipe dream of charming the paws off of Grumpy Cat’s manager! This two-minute parody is one for the YouTube record books.
The real Girls show starts in a week or two or something. And I want another cat. But I promise I’m not a weird cat person or anything.
This is what happens when you break up with a sociopath.
The critically-acclaimed Judd Apatow-produced and Lena Dunham-penned HBO series Girls is back soon and from the looks of the trailer, it seems like quite the follow-up to the series brazen” female-youth-takes-on-NY” debut. Brazen, did I say? While the premise may seem like a humdrum journey of already-explored fictional territory, Girls never gets all Sex and the City on you – in fact, it’s its modern day polar opposite.
Girls, wittily written, directed by and starring Lena Dunham, tells the tale of aspiring writer Hannah whose parents cut her off financially, two years after her college graduation. Hannah alternates between sinking and swimming as she attempts to get her life on track and carve her own niche in her career, neighborhood and personal life.
Of course, she has a few quirky friends along for the ride as well. She dates a weirdo, gets a job, fucks up the job, fights with her weirdo boyfriend, bickers with her friends, breaks up with the weirdo, and walks aimlessly through much of Season 1 – it’s a chillingly accurate (and fictionally appealing) example of youth in its young-twenty-somethings. Will Hannah’s mistakes help define her later down the road, or will she never figure it all out? Either way, it’s hilarious to watch her try.
Season 2 premieres January 13 at 9 pm on HBO. Catch up on Season 1 via HBO Go or pick up the Blu-rays on December 11. For now, you can ponder your own fuck-ups with the new season trailer – hurray!