Shoshanna Shapiro wasn't supposed to be a major character on HBO's "Girls," but she captured the audience's attention from beginning. Part of her appeal is that out of the four main young women, Shosh is the most earnest and least likely to successfully play anything cool, or even try. She asks tough questions about butt plugs, knows that turning in her V-card doesn't mean that she's "devalued," and she totally knows where all the junkies in her building hang out. Masterfully played by Zosia Mamet and given some of the show's funniest lines and scenarios, she's become one of the most beloved female characters currently on TV.
In honor of everyone's favorite side-braided NYU student, we present to you: "Sh*t Shosh Says -- Season 2." We hope you enjoy her musings on "Little Women," "the fabric of life" and emojis as much as we do. (And if you're feeling nostalgic about first season Shosh, just click here for some of her best one-liners from last year.)
Video produced by Amber Genuske.
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Leave it to Shoshanna to wear a fascinator to a house party in Brooklyn (this is one of the most direct SATC references to date).
What is Hannah wearing? Is it a snuggie? A life jacket? A <a href="http://kigurumi-shop.com/what-is-kigurumi.aspx" target="_blank">kigurumi</a>?
“<a href="http://racked.com/archives/2013/01/21/girls-episode-2-recap-hannah-explains-shortalls.php" target="_blank">Slutty Von Trapp child</a>” or “a magician’s assistant," your call.
This outfit was a combination of bad decisions: Drugs, high emotions and a gay ex-boyfriend's input can only lead to questionable wardrobe choices. Maybe Hannah should leave the power clashing to the pros.
Neon yellow mesh tank top. <em>Neon yellow mesh tank top</em>.
Charlie's "<a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/emma-gray/girls-lena-dunham-hbo-episode-7-gchat_b_1539567.html" target="_blank">tiny Navajo</a>" rebound confused us in her bohemian getup complete with a leather headwrap and a side ponytail.
What do you wear when you're going to meet your husband's parents for the first time? Crimped hair and chopsticks, of course! Even Jessa, the girl who rocks kimonos in the street, can't inspire us to revisit this '90s trend.
Ah, the romper. The item Hannah wears when she hooks up with the doctor in his Greenpoint mansion. We think this might be an example of costume designer Jenn Rogien putting Lena's character in <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/10/jenn-rogien-girls-lena-dunham_n_2441218.html" target="_blank">"intentionally awkwardly fitting" clothes</a>.
This has to be Hannah's most put-together look of the season -- which makes sense, given the cashmere sweater isn't hers.
When Marnie played hostess at her "boyfriend's" party, she looked more like she was auditioning for the role of Princess Leia -- sorry Marnie, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/06/carrie-fisher-princess-leia-bikini-photos_n_2819575.html" target="_blank">Carrie Fisher already got that job</a>.
Braids are hot for spring -- you heard it from Jessa first.
Who knew mock turtlenecks were still a thing? Who knew “I really like the way you fold down your turtleneck" was a pickup line?
How many people cringed when they saw Marnie in this pigtailed look? This ensemble really marked the moment when her character hit rock bottom. And what this photo cuts out is her flip flops. <em>Flip. Flops.</em>
It wasn't Shoshanna's "social butterflyness" that had us distracted in this episode, it was her hair. What is going on here? It looks like she stuck a doughnut on her head. Crazy hair, and she don't seem to cur.
Season one flashback. Ray looks quite cozy in Shoshanna's snuggie -- the only thing that would have made this moment better is if they were playing "<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZor-ImMen0" target="_blank">Baggage</a>" (the game show Shosh was watching and playing the first time we spotted her in this cozy number).
Wait, actually, this is what rock bottom looks like. Hannah's OCD hit an all time high (or low, depending on how you look at it) in this episode. Although her ensemble was meant for lounging it quickly made an appearance in the emergency room and then again when she had a run-in with her ex boyfriend, Adam. Her mental state was so concerning, we barely noticed that she wasn't wearing any pants.
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