'Girls' Season 3 Review: The Mundanity of Girlhood

Lena Dunham's lightning-rod comedy is back, but has it lost some of its spark?

Lena Dunham plays Hannah, Adam Driver plays Adam and Allison Williams plays Marnie in HBO's "Girls."
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The third season also seems to reflect an acknowledgement of the "Hannah as anti-hero" line of thought. Something does finally happen to Hannah in the fourth episode that puts her career prospects in jeopardy – a downturn that by bringing out Hannah's worst, is "Girls" at its best. If there's anything Season 3 of "Girls" proves, it's that happy Hannah is boring and a character worth rooting against.

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