Check out these Season 3 interviews with the cast.

Hannah's co-worker
Season 3 Episode 6
Michael Zegan Says Joe is 'Still Evolving'

The actor shares an inside joke from set and why he relates to Girls.

Season 3 Episode 11
Why Allison Williams Says Marnie Is a Charcter 'Romanic Comedies Are Written Around'

The actor behind Marnie breaks down her character's attraction to toxic relationships.

"Clementine, Desi"
Season 3 Episode 12
Ebon Moss-Bachrach’s Desi ‘Loves the Complication of Infidelity’

After the Season 3 finale, the actor shares why he thinks Marnie is Desi's muse.

Season 3 Episode 12
Gaby Hoffmann Breaks Down the Crazy in Caroline

The wildcard newcomer discusses the "explosive temper" Adam shares with his sister.

Season Three Premiere. Hannah and Adam host newly despairing Marnie and newly wild Shoshanna; Jessa pushes buttons.
Hannah, Shoshanna and Adam take a road trip to reunite with Jessa, leaving Marnie feeling left out in NYC.
Adam's sister shows up needing a place to stay; Marnie micro-manages Hannah's 25th birthday party.
Hannah processes an untimely death; Jessa confronts an old friend; a video from Marnie's past resurfaces.
Hannah learns some unsettling professional news at her editor's funeral and tries to mediate Adam and Caroline's anger issues.
Hannah worries that her new corporate job will squelch her creative energy, while Marnie and Shoshanna both begin to see Ray in a new light.
Tensions rise during a Long Island weekend getaway when Hannah invites Elijah and his friends to their beach house, disrupting Marnie’s plans for bonding.
Adam is cast in a Broadway play, leaving Hannah feeling insecure; Jessa is visited by an old friend.
The women of Hannah's extended family visit her grandmother in the hospital.
Hannah worries about her relationship; Marnie starts a new job; Shoshanna has a surprise for Jessa.
Hannah and Elijah get a dose of reality; Marnie performs with Desi at an open-mic.
Season Three Finale. The girls each face potentially life-altering news and decisions.

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