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This guy leaves Girls

Posted by Ed Williamson at 23:30 on 04 Apr 2013
This guy leaves Girls
Synopsis of his time on the show: turns up, is good looking. Shaves head on basis that he knows he'll still look amazing. Suddenly and inexplicably is tech millionaire after developing an app despite displaying no previous experience of, or interest in, app development. Leaves to pursue career as Michael Ballack impersonator. Cheers then.

Lena Dunham nepotism rumours true, confirms HBO

Posted by Ed Williamson at 22:30 on 15 Feb 2013
Lena Dunham nepotism rumours true, confirms HBO
An HBO executive has answered allegations that Girls was only greenlit because of who Lena Dunham's parents are, confirming: "Yes, that's obviously true. Her mother and father bestride the entertainment industry like colossi."

Three Girls, one cup

Posted by Ed Williamson at 22:00 on 14 Jan 2013
Three Girls, one cup
Obviously this joke would work a lot better if the Golden Globe award looked anything like a cup. Congratulations to the excellent Girls and Lena Dunham for their awards. Could you maybe all enter the Ryder Cup this year so I can make the joke work?

Top 20 TV shows of 2012

Posted by Ed Williamson, Matt Looker, Luke Whiston, Rob Young at 22:30 on 02 Jan 2013
Top 20 TV shows of 2012
We spent 2012 doing what we do best: watching TV and putting off writing about it. And my stars, the things we've seen. If only there were some way to convey our preferences of one thing over another through hierarchical structuring. Wait a minute ...

This email from YouTube says 'new Girls videos'

Posted by Ed Williamson at 20:00 on 29 Dec 2012


Thought the Babestation ones were caught by the spam filter these days? Oh no, wait, it's just these trailers.

DVD weekly: more like DVD WEAKly

Posted by Kirsty Harrison at 22:45 on 20 Feb 2012
DVD weekly: more like DVD WEAKly
This week's DVD weekly is pretty poor; releases aren't so much scraping the bottom of the barrel as they are wearing a hole in the floor underneath it. I guess TV production companies the length and breadth of the country realise we're all saving our money to buy gigantic pancakes this week.

DVD weekly: tinkers, Taylors, soldiers, spies

Posted by Kirsty Harrison at 09:00 on 22 Aug 2011
DVD weekly: tinkers, Taylors, soldiers, spies
As though unaware that people aren't buying DVDs anymore, studios keep pumping 'em out anyway. This week's releases include shows you've seen on E4, not seen on BBC3, and a bone fide classic.