By Michael Arbeiter, Hollywood Staff
This week, on a very special Girls...
One of the most interesting things a television program can do to take advantage of a diverse ensemble is throw a universal theme at the bunch and observe how each character reacts differently. And there's no theme more universal than death. Maybe Game of Thrones, but that's out of season. So this week, Girls thrives on the disparate ideologies of its collection of Brooklynites by killing off pseudo-character David Pressler-Goings.
So how does each character react, what is her or his relationship with death, and - most importantly - what does this tell us about the lot of 'em?