What a crazy year it's been for Allison Williams. On Girls, a man burrowed his face deep into her ass. As Peter Pan, on NBC's conceived Peter Pan Live!, she did the most absurd chicken cluck the world has ever seen. Recently, her father became embroiled in a scandal that could ultimately derail his career. You might think that Williams' life, by default, is frantic and interesting, but you would be very, very wrong.
Williams took part in the most recent edition of the New York feature "21 Questions," which surveys celebrities on New York-specific topics. They say there are thousands of interesting people in New York City; Allison Williams does not appear to be one of them.
Here is her response to the question "Who is your favorite New Yorker, living or dead, real or fictional?":
I think they've earned New York citizenship by now, so it's got to be the animals and dinosaurs in the Museum of Natural History.
This is an objectively horrible answer.
She is asked to recall a Crazy Subway Story and answers with the type of interaction that could only be enjoyed by the type of person who finds everything about New York to be "so interesting":
How could I possibly pick one? I had a long conversation on the L with a woman strung-out on meth, about meth.
Allison Williams also does not drink:
What's your drink?
Cranberry and seltzer with lime.
She does not take any medications:
What's your favorite medication?
I usually skip the medicine and go straight to a spoonful of sugar.
Granted, that is something that an adult who yearned to play Peter Pan on live television would probably say.
And, worst of all, she might be a secret Republican?
Here is her take on Bill de Blasio:
What do you think of Mayor de Blasio?
He is currently serving as the 109th Mayor of NYC.
This would be mildly funny shade if not for...
Finish this sentence: The NYPD _____.
... does a job I couldn't do.
If this is your first opinion about the NYPD, you probably felt a chill run up your spine when they turned their backs on the mayor.
Allison Williams might be the only person on Girls who is somehow more tolerable on the show than in real life, which is... something.
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