Transcript for 'Girls' Star Zosia Mamet 'Honored' to Write Glamour Column
? it started with a whisper ? So excited to have zosia mamet here. Have seen her on "Girls." Have you been able to keep up with all that sass talk. Take a listen. I'm done. I'm graduated I'm done with that. Cool metal prong stabbing you in the tongue instead when you could have food delivered into your mouth. Does that sound like something I would say, no, that's one of Kate Lynn's stupid jokes because she thinks she's so provocative. If you don't feel you're ready for a relationship, tell me now. I don't have any more time to waste on frivolities. Where does that come from. I have no idea. I think somewhere deep down inside of me I have a hard time adr'ing myself and I get frustrated because I can't talk as fast as myself. I love what's happened to shoshanna this season. A little more assertive. She is. Stronger. Yeah, she really is. Where is that coming from? Where is it going to go, I should say? I'm not sure. We'll see when we shoot our fourth season but it was very exciting. Leaving that beach house episode was an incredible treat. A lot of confrontations. I was just surprised as you guys were that they were allowing her to step out of bounds like that but it was a lot of fun. And it was fascinating to watch. A lot of Facebook questions. One came from Nicole lee craft wants to know out of all of shoshanna's hairstyles what is your favorite? There are so many. I mean, the doughnut which I actually referred to as the bagel before it became the doughnut. Let's see it. That was the one -- 50s the one that was like -- I mean I've had a lot of top buns apparently. But that one might have been my favorite having a food item or what felt like it on my head. You branched out a little and started a column on grammar. Tell us about it. They came to me after I did the evening called "These girls" where they had a bunch of women write monologues about what it's like to be a woman and they asked me to write a column which was so -- was such an honor and told me I could write whatever I wanted which I was like, are you sure? And it's been such a treat. It's been really incredible and people seem to be really responding and it seems to be helping. That's good. We'll watch that as well. Since this is your first appearance on "Gma" we have to do something special. Mitch has found what I am told your first appearance ever in a movie. Oh, my god. I think it's called "Parallel lives." 1994. This is Shannon. Shannon? Oh. How do you do? I'm Francine. You get to stay up late, huh? Do you remember anything about that? I actually do. It was a movie that my mother was doing and I was on set with her and so they threw me into it. I was 5 and I remember shooting one of those scenes and being up -- being up very late eating grapes and I was like why am I up so late? This takes place in the morning? I don't understand. Explain that to a 5-year-old. Zosia mamet, thanks a lot for coming on. For now "Girls" is this Sunday. Coming up behind the scenes
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