We definitely got a little caught up in the mammary mania, but we tried not to trip too hard about it. Yesterday, we casually wondered whether or not that still of Leslie with her breast exposed contained actual nudity or some form of computer witchcraft, but that was that. Elsewhere, the thought that Leslie would repeat her performance from "The Change-Up" began disturbing people.
Early yesterday morning, that Leslie's scene in "This Is 40" had to be CG-altered, and although they didn't explain how they came to that conclusion, they called Leslie out:
For Leslie Mann, Judd's wife, this is her second such offense in regard to artificially flaunted melons onscreen. Two strikes and you're out, Leslie, as far as we're concerned.
That post prompted Mr. Skin to write a pun-filled in which they playfully chastise Judd for using "the devious deception known as CGI nudes." The letter concludes:
Obviously, at Skin Central, there is no such thing as a bad nude scene, and to encourage a whole new generation of gorgeous gals to cover up with this post-production sham is a shame. We need to create new fondle mammaries, enjoy new ass-ets.
You see the problem, don't you? This could usher in a whole new era of fake nudes. Something has to change, and we think you're just the man to do it. Or else we might have to file for onan-ployment.
First of all, we love the term onan-ployment; a shiny gold star to whoever came up with that one. Second, we think Mr. Skin hit the nail on the head with the phrase, "there is no such thing as a bad nude scene." The only nude scenes we would call bad are violent nude scenes; besides that, they're all good ones. Body doubles, stunt butts, CGI nipples, prosthetic tits, mini-pepperoni pasties, whatever: as long as they look nice and the actor feels good, we're happy to watch them act naked.
Anyway, all of this doesn't matter anymore because Leslie Mann said that those boobs are her own. The video at the top of this page will show you the truth if you skip to 26:00. Discussion over.