Sometimes Girls fans can get a little graphic with the stars of the hit show when they see them on the street.
(Who can blame them when their favorite TV shows involves a lot of sex and real-life situations?)
“They’ll suggest positions that haven’t been portrayed on the show — this happens to Lena [Dunham], too!” Allison Williams told Life & Style at the Television Critics Association press tour in LA Wednesday.
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But if anything, the ladies appreciate every opinion and suggestion — sexual or not.
“It means what we’ve done successfully is create people who are so specific,” she explained.
“We’re portraying four very different women, and in that specificity, we actually end up relating to tiny parts of different people.”
And it’s the devoted following that keeps the gals going.
“The most exciting part is that people feel an emotional intensity to it,” shared the brunette beauty, who plays Marnie Michaels on the HBO series.
“It’s so grounded. We’re not vampires or something on all the other shows I watch. People feel that kind of real, intimate and almost uncomfortable connection to what we’re going through on the show.”
It feels so real that Allison is often referred to her neurotic character when fans approach her in public.
“It’s such a delight,” the actress told Life & Style.
“I’m a 25-year-old girl and I live in New York,” she explained. “So when people see me on the subway they just call me Marni because it's that believable that Marnie would be doing the same thing.”
Season three of Girls airs every Sunday at 10 p.m. ET.