The show we can't stop talking about no matter how hard we try is coming back in January, and creator/star/generally controversial person Lena Dunham posted a trailer for the show's second season from her Twitter feed just now. What do we have here? Hannah is hooking up with people other than weird, shirtless Adam. Marnie, the uptight one, is going through an identity crisis helped by her mom, played by Rita Wilson. Shoshanna's relationship with Ray is going strong, and Jessa seems still married to the guy played by Chris O'Dowd. And just like the trailer for the first season, where we got the inimitably quotable "voice of my generation" line from Hannah, here comes another: "I'm an individual and I feel how I feel when I feel it and right now it's a Wednesday night baby and I'm alive." Watch on. Discuss.
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