Critic Consensus: Though some characters have devolved into caricatures, watching them struggle in Girls is more fun in season five, with sharper humor and narrative consistency than prior seasons.
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There is love and gentleness to the show that is more pervasive than ever before in the fifth season.
As their behavior became increasingly less believable, the characters of Girls started to feel more like punching bags than real people.
As relationships take on new shades of meaning as they become grounded and real, Girls begins to really build something wonderful. Dare we call it ... maturity?
Girls still feels like Girls, albeit a less surprising version than it was back at the start, and that bumpy transition into real maturity should provide some good material for everyone as the series moves through these last two years.
Endearing, alienating, genuinely funny, and regularly contemptible, the fifth season of Girls remains the best-acted, best-written reason to scream into a pillow on a weekly basis.
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