As the first season of Girls nears its conclusion, we the public are forced to imagine a world without a constant source of television controversy and information about "the stuff that gets up around the side of condoms." What will we argue about now? To tide you over until season two, Vulture's Kyle Hilton created a series of Girls paper dolls — complete with party dresses, pixellated dick pics, and an accidental crack pipe — to help keep the debate alive at home. Or you can just print out the Hannah and Marnie dolls and make them dance around to Robyn for a while. Whatever you do, feel free to record the results and send them to Vulture, as some of you did with our Downton Abbey set. There is Girls video-fan-fiction magic to be made — we can feel it. (You can see more of Hilton's work over at his website.)
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