The Top 50 Showrunners
Lena Dunham, the creative voice behind HBO's critical hit "Girls," sees herself as a writer who uses directing as a tool to tell stories.
Hey Lena?" "Yes, baby." "Am I wandering, or should I make a beeline?" Allison Williams, who plays anal-retentive pretty girl Marnie on Lena Dunham's black comedy Girls, is filming a scene with Christopher Abbott (he plays Marnie's on-again/off-again underappreciated beau Charlie, whom last season Marnie accused of actually having a vagina). Dunham, who is directing this episode -- the penultimate in the show's 10-episode second season set to bow in January -- sits behind a monitor with co-showrunner/executive producer Jenni Konner and script supervisor Kim DeLise.
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