Girls Lena Dunham

Hosts Geoff LaTulippe and Scott Beggs hate Girls, so they’re celebrating it with Kate Erbland, who was nice enough to help them understand the genuine love for Lena Dunham‘s terribly average HBO series.

Also on this week’s show, Broken City director Allen Hughes talks shooting fast, celebrating 20 years of Menace II Society and why he loves crime dramas, and Geoff explains a truly despicable “management” scam that aspiring screenwriters need to protect themselves against.

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On This Week’s Show:

  • Geoff Explains an Important Movie Theory [0:00 – 1:15]
  • Appreciating Things We Hate: Girls Edition [1:15 – 20:15]
  • Allen Hughes on Broken City [20:15 – 34:30]
  • The Red Flags of a Screenwriting Scam [34:30 – 44:30]

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