"Euphoria" has managed to become one of the most talked-about shows on social media this year, and as far as jokes go, season two is the gift that keeps on giving. Compared to season one, the show delivered way more memes this time around, and the "Euphoria" cast know just how popular some of their scenes are with viewers. During an appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Tuesday, series star Sydney Sweeney joked about how season two became "very memeable."
Host Jimmy Fallon pulled out a photo of the viral "I have never, ever been happier" meme of Sweeney's character Cassie crying, which the actor revealed she sent to her mom as a joke, too. Sweeney, who's actually a fan of the dramatic scenes she films for the HBO series, noted that her famous meme is the result of the first scene the show taped for season two. The "Euphoria" star had no idea that scene would end up becoming one of the show's biggest memes — in fact, she completely forgot she filmed it. "We filmed for, like, almost a year and then watched it," she told Fallon.
Sweeney also laughed at the fact that some of her "Euphoria" memes are actually pretty valid — particularly, the scene in the premiere where she hides in the bathtub. "But why is this so accurate?" she asked in response to a meme that reads, "When the DoorDash person knocks instead of leaving the food there." Fallon and Sweeney went on to joke about the rest of the actor's "Euphoria" memes, including one that references her high school character's elaborate makeup and outfits. Watch Sweeney's full interview above.