Hannah: Hey! What about the party?
Elijah: Eh, it was total bullshit. It was just a bunch of old gays being like, "Oh, I'm so busy during the week, I can only do uppers on the weekends." Oh, well, good for you, Anthony!

Joshua: Plus, you're pregnant. [off Hannah's silence] Do you know that?
Hannah: I do now.

It's just sometimes hard to tell if it's, like, just the baseline level of weirdness of my urethra or an actual issue. So it's like, what's being alive and what's an infection? These are my questions.


Oh, fuck.
Joshua. Oh, shit.


Adam: This might be it. It explains everything about human nature. How, even with the best of intentions, we can't help but hurt each other. It's like a metaphor for war and corporations and religious strife. All that stuff!
Jessa: Oh my god. We might be a pair of goddamn geniuses.

Hermie: How long were we on the community board? Three months? Then you quietly retreated back to dating girls with six-packs and pretending death wasn't real. I'm worried about you Ray. You're smart – you've always been smart – but your priorities are cuckoo-bananas.
Ray: And what, you're some fucking golden example? You hate your wife, you hate your job. The only thing that gives you a glimmer of joy on this planet is recycling soda cans.
Hermie: It's free money!

Adam! I think I may have been a child sociopath. I mean, I've completely outgrown it, but I'm a miracle. I think I may have to write a term paper on me.


I shut down? I gave up? Do you have any idea how hard this has been for me? I have bruises all over my body from the two-hour massages that I need to deal with the stress of your addiction.


Law and Order – UTI.


I wanna die inside the mouth of a lion with you. And that way we can be together forever, even in the moment of our own death. Your death and my death.


I'm also very FRUSTRATE, okay?


Well, that got real fast.


Girls Season 6 Episode 4 Quotes

Hannah: Is being a woman and being a writer as hard as it seems?
Ode: Harder.

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I am not a mother, and there's a reason for that. Because childlessness is the natural state of the female author. Okay? Write that down, get used to it.