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GIRLS :The Complete First Season (2012) :: $39.98 DVD/$49.99 Blu-ray :: Speaking of HBO and gratuitous sex, is there another show on television right now in which a woman so unabashedly bares herself (physically and emotionally) in the name of art? Lena Dunham's Hannah is simultaneously endearing and off-putting, slovenly in both physicality and aspiration . . . and yet disturbingly relatable. Love her or hate her, you can't help but respect Dunham's commitment to her message. Even when the message is that being an upper-middle class twentysomething in Manhattan is tough too, mmkay. According to executive producer Judd Apatow, a third season was confirmed before the second was even in the can, which says a lot. Plus, awkward TV sex is the gift that keeps on giving.

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