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We might still be reeling from Saturday Night's
)--but whereas the actress's guest cameo this weekend had the comedy factor, last night's
episode definitely brought the drama. Not to mention, some seriously over-the-top headwear.
Between the bandanas, the beanies, the wigs, and even Shosh's extremely on-trend mini braids, let's just say "Role Play" served up plenty of (questionable?) inspiration. When we weren't cringing over Adam and Hannah's relationship problems, Marnie's desperation, or Felicity Jones's neck rash, that is...
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Best Cameo: Felicity Jones, obviously! We've been wondering about the Like Crazy star's role on the show ever since we spotted her on set this summer, and looks like we have the answer. She plays Jasper's estranged daughter, and predictably, comes with complete with plenty of baggage and a nasty neck rash.
Life Lesson: Sometimes it takes more to repair relationships than putting on a wig, ordering a drink, and pretending to be someone else. Take it from Hannah. So does that mean that she and Adam are over? Doubtful, but we'll see...
WTF Moment: Marnie took her desperation to a sad new level, hardcore flirting with Desi and applying for an assistant position at Soo Jin's gallery. Oh, also...that beanie.
Best Quote: "I can't be a woman and a girlfriend and a gallerist and an electronic musician all at once. It's just too many things." --Soo Jin
Best Outfit: OK, so Shoshanna staged an intervention(ish) between Jessa and Jasper. But even better? In an episode filled with odd headwear (doo rags, beanies, and wigs, oh my!), Shosh actually had the best hair look of the night. She traded out fascinators and weird barrettes for one of spring's biggest hair trends: the mini-side braid. Way to go, Shosh!