"I care for you. I do, I really do, and if you don’t see that then that’s a failing on my part."
Everyone just looks so happy (except for Marnie, but she has a Rainbow Brite bedset and how sad can you really be with one of those?) and I really think season three is gonna make up for how disappointingly dark season two was.
HBO announced that Season 3 of Lena Dunham’s comedy will premiere on Sunday, Jan. 12 with two back-to-back episodes (beginning 10/9c).
On Sunday, Jan. 19, Jonathan Groff’s new gay-centric dramedy Looking will take over the post-Girls 10:30/9:30c slot.
The Girls parody we’ve been waiting for.