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MTV's 'Girl Code' Separates the Ladies From the Men (Video)

“It’s the female version of ‘Guy Code,’ but it’s better,” comedienne Nicole Byer tells THR.

In a bid for equal opportunity programming, MTV on Tuesday will launch a female-centered version of its hit series Guy Code.

Girl Code, offering pearls of wisdom by women for women, features a slew of funny ladies (and a few guys, including Jersey Shore’s Vinny Guadagnino) giving their take on what makes a successful (or unsuccessful) girls' night out, the art of the one night stand and how to avoid being “that girl.”

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Girl Code is the rules girls should live by,” comedienne Nicole Byer, a regular contributor to the program, tells The Hollywood Reporter. “[It’s] how you should treat other women, how you should treat men … it’s the female version of Guy Code, but it’s better.”

Why is it better, you ask?

“Ladies are great!” exclaims Byer. “Ladies are funny, ladies are strong, ladies are independent -- and ladies are f---ing funny.”

Other topics to be addressed this season: boobs, periods, gynecologists, penises and more. For a preview, watch the video above.

Girl Code premieres at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday on MTV.

Email: Sophie.Schillaci@THR.com; Twitter: @SophieSchillaci