If there's one thing that the viewers, cast and crew alike of 'Girls' have been dying to know, it's what the guys think of the series. For as much relatable drama, humor, and the occasional boob shot as the show can muster, Lena Dunham's 'Girls' isn't what you'd think of as a guys' show. No longer! Series creator, director, writer and star Lena Dunham has taken to teasing the upcoming 'Girls' season 2 by focusing on the men, and letting them tell the story in their own words.  See guys on 'Girls' inside!

Folk of all gender have been highly anticipating the season 2 return of Lena Dunham's Judd Apatow-produced dramedy 'Girls,' but why let the women have all the fun? In promotion of the new season, Dunham assembled all the main men of the series, including Christopher Abbott (Charlie), Adam Driver (Adam), Alex Karpovsky (Ray), and Andrew Rannells (Elijah) to discuss their coming character arcs, including cocaine, meta-jealousy, and love-triangles.

In addition to the recent trailer and photos of the coming season, we also know that ‘Girls’ sophomore season will also include Rita Wilson as Marnie’s mother,  Patrick Wilson as a dreamy doc love interest of Hannah’s, Donald Glover as another new love interest for Hannah, and Shiri Appleby as a new romantic foil for Adam.

Check out the all-new featurette below, and tell us if you'll watch the second season of 'Girls' when it premieres on Sunday, January 13!