Wetpaint: Shiri Talks “Girls” and “Roswell”

Wetpaint’s Alyse Whitney spoke with Shiri Appleby about her guest appearance on HBO’s “Girls” and they also talked about “Roswell”. Read the full article here: Girls’ Shiri Appleby Talks “On All Fours” Sex Scene, Previews Season 2 Finale

You said some of your previous co-stars had reached out to you with their reactions. Are you still in touch with people from Roswell? I know you just worked with Colin.

You’re so cute! [Laughs] Yeah, I talked to Colin. I just directed a short that he was in for me. And you know, when you see them, it’s such a blast from the past, but it’s like, how often do you talk to people you grew up with? But I wish them all well.

Majandra Delfino and Katherine Heigl both have children, so obviously there’s opportunity for a play group…

That would be so cute, wouldn’t it? I would be happy to. Colin has a baby also, and I think Brendan Fehr does, too.

Maybe you should just do a “10 years later.” Well, more than 10 years now…

It would be longer than that! I just saw Jason Katims, actually, a few months back, who ran and wrote Roswell, and that was just so fun. When I was talking to him, I felt like I was a 20-year-old girl all over again.

Would you ever go on Jason’s new series, Parenthood, or are there any shows you’d also love to guest on?

I would obviously love to guest-star on Parenthood. I would love to work on Aaron Sorkin’s show, The Newsroom. I would love to do Masters of Sex, the new show on Showtime. There’s just so much really good television going on right now, especially on cable, and I’d love to work with people that are obviously really talented and good writers. It’s just been such an honor and a privilege to work with Lena, Jenni [Konner], and Judd [Apatow] and be a part of their creative process. Obviously, you don’t get this opportunity all the time as an actor, so if other people of the same caliber are interested in working with me, I obviously would be more than thrilled to be a part of it.

And lastly, because I can’t help myself, where do you think Liz and Max would be now?

Oh, that’s such a cute question! [Laughs] I don’t know — they drove off into the sunset and got married! Maybe they have little alien babies? I just hope she’s happy and they’re safe somewhere.

Maybe they own their own little cafe now?

Yeah, it will be their own Crashdown.

The season two finale of “Girls” is going to air on March 17 at 9 p.m.

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