After six seasons, Girls' series finale is imminent, and as the funny, flawed and self-absorbed protagonists careen headlong into the drudgework of being adults, it's time to look back and examine the impact the ground-breaking series had on the pop-culture landscape. Girls' star and creator, Lena Dunham, delivered an insider's viewpoint on what it means -- or what outsiders think it means -- to be a millennial, a generation often despised for its narcissism and entitlement. Dunham intentionally constructed female characters who weren't cutesy caricatures playing grown-up like many we've seen in the past. The finished product is a show that often left fans infuriated but also willing to forgive Jessa (Jemima Kirke), Hannah (Dunham), Marnie (Allison Williams) and Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) for their mistakes and imperfections.
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