Jane Fonda Disses Seth MacFarlane’s ‘We Saw Your Boobs’ Oscar Song

Thu, February 28, 2013 4:49pm EDT by 18 Comments
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Elizabeth

Posted at 12:07 PM on March 3, 2014  

I sure hope the oscars never have Seth McFarlane back to host again ,he was the very worst.

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JVick

Posted at 1:48 PM on November 26, 2013  

“Why not list the Penises we’ve seen?”. There wasn’t enough time, Jane.

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prema rose

Posted at 7:13 AM on July 30, 2013  

Ugh! Ugh! That Idiot caveman has got to go…

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Aussie lady

Posted at 9:26 PM on March 3, 2013  

Seth McFarlane was rude and crude. He really shouldn’t have sung that song. He has no morals. Yes I agree with Jane Fonda it was probably watched around the world by families and the song was inappropriate. But than again only Americans would think it was funny. I didn’t think the Ted thing was appropriate either. I am glad he is not doing it again. Why don’t the people who put these things on choose someone more appropriate who is not going to get criticised after they do the show. It seems to me that everyone gets ctiticised because they are inappropriate with foul mouths and bad jokes. In fact I didn’t think Seth McFarlane was funny at all. I don’t even think his show Family Guy is funny and more it has gotten really crude I have stopped watching it, with all the swearing in it. I am no prude but come on this is suppose to be a family show no wonder it is on very late a night. I didn’t think the movie TED was good either. Re-runs of Mash are more funnier then Seth Mcfarlane. Maybe he should take a cue from the Mash re-runs, he might get more laughs. Maybe they should think about asking Billy Crystal again at least he is funny and not crude or rude. Maybe they should have asked Jerry S or Ray Ramon at least they are funny. But the way the the show’s producers defended Seth McFarlane I think they need a reality check, but than again they are men and all men stick together.

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morekare

Posted at 3:20 PM on March 1, 2013  

Seth was funny. The song and dance about boobs was very appropriate because there is a whole generation of “BOOB WOMEN” who are no-talents and they show way “TOO MUCH BOOBAGE”!!!

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Lois Taylor

Posted at 7:06 AM on March 1, 2013  

Too late Jane. You can’t regret what you clearly chose to do in your past. Once those boobies are out there, you can’t undo the nakedness!!

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Bill

Posted at 6:13 AM on March 1, 2013  

Let me get this right , actress can show their”boobs” but he can’t sing about it!!! That is funny!!

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Michael

Posted at 7:27 PM on February 28, 2013  

I did not care for the song “We Saw Your Boobs”, especially since Kristen Stewart was mentioned in it. The young lady has been through enough this past year besides having to endure more nonsense.

Thank you.

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High School RULES

Posted at 9:16 PM on February 28, 2013  

are you joking??? being sarcastic? she cheated with a married man, destroyed a marriage and her “relationship” and why is she enduring nonsense that she created?

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tralala

Posted at 3:23 AM on March 1, 2013  

why does everyone blame kristen for the end of rupert’s marriage. if liberty really could not forgive him she would have filed for divorce not too long after the incident but instead she waited 6 months. rupert destroyed his own marriage while the scandal involving kristen was most likely one of the factors but probably not the root cause of any problems liberty and rupert failed to resolve while attending marriage counselling (within the 6 month period).

kristen has endured more hate and public backlash then any other actor/actress who have ever cheated e.g denise richards, claire danes, sienna miller ( married man she was involved with reconciled with his wife)

 
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High School RULES

Posted at 4:01 PM on March 1, 2013  

Kristen has endured more hate and a public backlash from fans who really think that her relationship with Rob was real, and not made in publicity heaven. I personally just think she is a twirpy actress who compared being photographed constantly to being raped, hasn’t had another hit movie and if she doesn’t change her attitude will never be popular with anyone than Twihards. She didn’t look like she wanted to be at the Oscars which was an honor, she didn’t bother to comb her hair It’s her attitude people can’t stand.

 
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Anthony DeLordo (@duffoberry)

Posted at 6:38 PM on February 28, 2013  

For more from Jane Fonda please see:
Coming Home (1978) – exposing her bare breasts while receiving oral sex
Klute (1971) – undressing topless and having sex; undressing nude in an office
Barbarella (1968) – floating naked in zero gravity; topless leaning over a case
The Game is Over (1966) – dancing topless behind a sheer curtain; topless having sex; exposing a breast while changing; briefly exposing a breast in a mirror

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Jeanne

Posted at 12:45 AM on March 1, 2013  

Well, Anthony – Jane Fonda was acting parts in movies, not flashing herself around town. Same can be said of Kristen Stewart. MacFarlane’s song was stupid, in poor taste and not funny at all. All these award shows are the same. The M.C. is always making gross, pointless remarks that do not entertain anyone. Why do the producers think that is what the viewers want. I sure don’t. You can look at the faces of the various Hollywood groups and see that they are just as grossed out as the T.V. audience. We can find out who won the Oscars fronm the T.V. or newspaper or Internet.
Better choice in all honesty.

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Lady Liker

Posted at 6:19 PM on February 28, 2013  

I adore Fonda but I think a certain generation misses the point. Her comment about “Why not list all the penises” would make for a ridiculously short song. Hollywood would have to be rife with misandry for her suggested song to even make sense as satire. The point is the lopsided, misogynistic obsession with deconstructing the female figure on film. In the same way Colbert makes his points with over the top right wing platitudes MacFarlane seemed to be playing the same game. While I didn’t find it hysterical (partly because it didn’t go far enough to hit it’s sweet spot for satire) it was satire because because of the very obsession the media has with what women wear, how they look as they are paraded like objects down the red carpet and otherwise dissected physically in every form of media. So I say, take a step back, ask the younger generation what they thought (after all we should care more about what message they got from it, right?) and realize it’s not what you think and if you’re over 40 it wasn’t targeted at you anyway. It may not have been hysterical but it certainly was not misogynist. In fact I can’t think of an Oscars that was more feminine in recent memory…so much song and dance and a gay men’s chorus?

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cati adamson

Posted at 5:22 PM on February 28, 2013  

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