Skip navigation! Story from TV Shows. During a walk towards some scheduled bird watching, the Camping friend group comes upon a lake. Soon enough, everyone — save for Kathryn and young son Orvis Duncan Joiner — is in various states of undress, splashing around in the lake. Even Walt, Kathryn's supportive husband, is testing out the waters. All of sudden, viewers expect Camping to be as obsessed with nudity as fellow Konner-Lena Dunham brainchild Girls was for six seasons.
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On that show, everyone was thin, everyone was dressed to the nines, and the nudity was, well, curated. It was busy, and complicated, and weird, and unpleasant, and troubling, and sweet, and mixed up, and lovely. In other words, the girls of "Girls" were a lot more like real girls than Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda ever were. But it was the particular brand of nudity offered up by "Girls" that most impressed and flummoxed me. There was Lena Dunham -- for, when she was naked, she may have been playing the character of Hannah Horvath, but the body was all hers -- and she was frequently naked, having awkward sex, and looking nothing like Sarah Jessica Parker when she did it. Her boobs were small, her hips were thick, and she wasn't tanned, or polished, or lit to look unattainably perfect.
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Amid all the discussions of nudity on Girls , one key point has been left out: There isn't actually that much of it. I crunched the numbers to find out exactly how much exposed skin there really is on the controversial HBO comedy. Over the past few days, the subject of Girls ' "excessive" nudity has popped up again, thanks to a tactless question asked by a reporter at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. It's hardly the first time critics have called out the nudity on Lena Dunham's HBO series — and it certainly won't be the last.
Marnie Allison Williams sings a terrible song in public, then has sex with her ex also in public. Dunham keeps telling everyone that the second season of the show was about the characters experiencing free fall, and she apparently felt the show should go with them. The script tried to pass it off as a stress-induced reoccurrence. But then, as any therapist will tell you, this is what happens when you reward the use of ambient nudity, urination and graphic sexual acts as a replacement for story — you will get more of the same. Because honestly, does anyone ever play ping-pong naked?