"I can't believe that we're still having a conversation about unlikable women on television," Dunham said of the word "unlikable" that was frequently used to describe Garner's character Kathryn in the many negative reviews for her new HBO series. Dunham added: "It just drives me nuts that we can have a Tony Soprano or a Walter White or any of these characters who are wreaking literal havoc on the world around them and killing people, and then when you have a woman who's thorny and complicated, and there's no way to find empathy for her." Camping star Brett Gelman added: "I'm so sick of this word 'unlikable.' I'm so sick of reading it in reviews. I think it's lazy...You have Kathryn leading this show, where if she was a man, I think people would think that that character was hilarious. Nobody wants to see a woman onscreen who is a wreck. That is pure, unadulterated systemic misogyny."