Quote Leel:Quote Sunnyflower:Quote SanDiegoSteve_1: I agree with jimjay on this. Phyllis may be evil, wicked, mean, and nasty (don't step on the grass, Sam), but she is fine as wine still, and from the red-blooded man's perspective, she looks great! I think they intentionally show things like the boobage, etc. to attract the male demographic. That's JMO, but that's what I believe. It's not by accident.
Possibly. Do you think that the actress is trying to pimp herself though as some contend (going so far as to suggest she is wearing prosthetic nipples) or is it a producer/directors choice?
I get the highers up trying to draw in men. It is done everywhere in the industry. Typically though, it is not said that the actress made the choice. I can think of thousands of movies where this strategy is employed and has been criticized. But the actors were not to blame.
I think you're onto something, it's probably a producer/directors choice. How could the director not notice and say CUT! :o Off to wardrobe! ;)
Thank you! I am not trying to be a Debbie Downer, but I am just saying, there are a lot of levels that a scene must go through before airing it. To put it on the actress and suggest she must want her nips out there is unfair. She could be horrified or could care less. But in the end, it is not her decision to air the scene. She is just an actor.