The second season trailer for HBO's "Girls" begins with Hannah watching a YouTube love letter from her sort-of ex-boyfriend, Adam, who sings "Standing outside, you destroy my heart. Thanks." But Hannah's trying, at least, to grow up, hoping that her independence from Adam will pave the way for something better: "This opens up space in my life for the kind, sexy responsible boyfriend I have always wanted." Meanwhile, Marnie navigates the single life with guest star Rita Wilson, and Shoshanna carries on with Ray -- post-deflowerment. Oh, and Jessa's still married to that guy from "Bridesmaids." The best part of the trailer is a sneak peek at Hannah's attempt at a neon-yellow mesh shirt.
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