Peter Pan's understudy, Allison Williams, is ready to smile widely down the aisle and marry College Humor co-founder Ricky Van Veen. "What about kids?" Glamour asks in their February cover story. Well. Before Allison Williams can become a mother, she must first unlock their treacherous secrets. And, goddammit, she will.

Williams tells Logan Hill, "Everyone says you can't plan for [having kids]. You're never ready. I have a lot of questions: How do I get to a place in my career where I can go be a mom for a little while and then come back and be a mom and an actress at the same time?"

Actually, that's only one question, but, according to this Glamour interview, Allison Williams asks it over, and over again, obsessively. "Every time I find a woman in film, an actress who has kids, I, like a sociopath, corner her and ask, 'How did it work?' she tells the magazine.

One working mother subjected to Williams' intense questioning was her Girls co-star Jemima Kirke. According to Williams, Kirke's advice was "Just get pregnant! Just have a baby"—a response not unlike that of an exasperated mother, driven to her wits' end by a child who asks questions constantly.

Allison Williams' response was characteristically "sociopathic":

"And I'm like, 'You are so much cooler than I am.'"

Also revealed in the Glamour issue out next week: Peter Pan is the first man Allison Williams has played on screen, but far from the first man she has ever wanted to play in her life.

"The number of scripts that take my breath away are few and far between," she told the magazine. "There are some that are gorgeous, but I want to play all the male roles in them. I always ask, and I'm always told no."

[Image via Glamour]