You can't just jump into Pretty Little Liars' third season and expect to understand what's going on. With that said, this is a show that needs to be watched by all, because for the past two seasons, it's been the best angst-filled drama on television. If you haven't had a chance to watch the first 47 episodes, or you simply need reminding of what's happened thus far, here's my 140-character summary of the first two seasons:
Four girls all hot fifth dead who killed? Creeper texts girls, boys involved all suspects. Murder arson girls now hotter: MOMS. Secrets Lies
When Christina Hendricks's and Olivia Munn's phones were hacked and their private nude photos released online earlier this week, they both denied that the photos were real. (Go ahead and "do a Google" if you need to find them; they're not hard to track down.) In Hendricks's case, she did admit that her phone was hacked, and I know it's possible they are not her boobs in the photograph ... but girl? They sure look like your boobs. It's unfortunate that so much of the discussion about Hendricks is focused on her (awesome) boobs, because she is really an amazing actress. The undeniably gross ethics of this kind of hacking aside, these are not the worst nude photographs ever taken. They are flattering enough, and mostly in corsets? There are topless shots, but nothing like full spread or anything. The self-objectifying isn't that weird since these are actresses we're talking about. Munn has a couple of full body shots in lingerie, which would be no more risqué than publicity shoots she's already done if not for the obvious "intrusion of privacy" feel of the cam-phone shots and the extremely NSFW captions addressed to "Chris," presumably Chris Pine, with whom she was linked in 2009.