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The girls on Girls are some of the worst people on TV, something that you, dear reader, obviously don't need me to spell out for
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Maron ends its first season -- a surprisingly strong one that gained plenty of momentum in the back-half -- by airing back-to-back new episodes to
The growth Maron has shown, almost literally getting better with each episode, has allowed me to curb my criticisms of the show's POV and
Maron has struggled in its 1st season by falling into sitcoms rhythms that were far too familiar for such an opinionated & strange man
Maron's "Sponsor" is able to deliver exciting plot elements without losing the show's brand of neurotic humor.
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