In Season 2 of "Girls", the show about four 20-somethings living in New York City, life gets messier for Allison Williams' character, Marnie.
The first half of Season 1 saw Marnie as the uptight, put-together foil to her disheveled best friend Hannah (Lena Dunham), but by the season finale, their roles were blurred.
While Hannah was wearing a cute floral dress and spent the night dancing with her dedicated boyfriend, Marnie messily (and publicly) rebounded from her breakup wearing a get-up another character refers to as "J-Lo at the Grammys."
The girl who had it all starts Season 2 (premieres on Sunday, January 13 at 9 p.m. EST on HBO) with nothing: no job, no apartment and no boyfriend. HuffPost TV caught up with Allison Williams to talk about nudity, Marnie's constant anxiety and how her life has changed in small but significant ways, thanks to "Girls." Read More...