Lena Dunham Mocks Nudity On ‘Girls’ With More Nudity On SNL

Fatimah Mazhar

HBO’s Golden Globe-winning television series “Girls” is often criticized for its lack of racial diversity and more often than not, the nudity.

This weekend, “Saturday Night Live” was hosted by the show’s creator and star Lena Dunham who did a sketch entitled “the first girl” – a spoof of the upcoming biblical film "Noah" starring Russell Crowe and Emma Watson.

Making sure to poke fun at her own show in the SNL skit, Dunham shed off her clothes to play a twenty-something “Eve” wandering in the Garden of Eden.

However, even the pointless nakedness couldn’t help the NBC comedy show to grab more ratings than last week. In fact, this Saturday brought the second-lowest results of the season for Saturday Night Live, according to different web sources.

Deadline.com reported:

“Last night, the Dunham-hosted SNL with musical guest The National averaged a 4.1 household rating in the metered markets and a 2.1 in adults 18-49 in the markets with Local People Meters. That was down 11% in households and down 19% in 18-49 from last week’s show hosted by Jim Parsons. These areSNL‘s second-lowest results of the season in both households and 18-49.”

Lena Dunham - The 1st Girl (Eve) - SNL 3-8-14 by IdolxMuzic