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“You run the risk of pulling the audience out because they’re reminded in that moment that they’re watching a show, and usually you are trying to avoid that.” In many ways, porn has been freeing to TV writers.
“I think there was a pressure for a time for shows and movies to provide that service, and it always felt false because it was like, ‘Here’s the titillating part of the movie.’ It was a marketing technique,” says Willimon.
“Philip wasn’t on top, and Elizabeth wasn’t on top.
That was a specific choice.” After it aired, Vulture called the scene “TV’s most emotionally resonant 69 scene ever.” TIME’s James Poniewozik pointed out that the position “emphasized how sexually egalitarian the show is.” The 69 was simultaneously an act of feminism and realism.
They wanted to restore an equal power balance in the relationship.
“We were looking for something that expressed mutuality but also great intimacy,” says Weisberg.
To add an extra complication, they wanted the couple’s daughter, Paige (Holly Taylor), to walk in on them as she was trying to snoop for clues about her parents’ secrets.
This would have long term consequences on the show as Elizabeth and Philip struggle to establish trust with their daughter while hiding their identities.
If showing a man give a woman oral pleasure is rare, the 69 is the unicorn of TV sex.
It seems unlikely that Netflix will make its way onto a cable box offered by the biggest service, Comcast Corp any time soon.
, Lena Dunham’s Hannah Horvath submits herself to awkward, humiliating and—for some—realistic sex.
This was especially true of popular shows among teens like , whose vibrant plotlines included underage orgies and teens bedding their friends’ parents. According to the group, genitals and nipples are not allowed on network or cable (versus premium channels like Cinemax or HBO), but what characters can say or reference is more of a gray area.
Obscene material that could result in a fine must have “prurient interests” lacking “literary, artistic, political or scientific merit” as defined by “the average person.” Premium channels tried to lure viewers from network TV and basic cable with nudity.