Every Single Sex Scene on Girls, Ranked by How Girls It Was

Ray answers, “That’s OK, I’ve got a bunch of reading for pleasure to do,” before pulling out a copy of A Little Life. I thought I wanted my mom to marry him, but I realize now I just wanted to fuck him.” Par for the course for this show and for Jessa in particular. 13. Millennial awkwardness: They decide they’re not gonna have sex, no way. 11. “Good, ’cause I haven’t done anything yet,” he answers. Holly finishes on her own and starts to cry/laugh, and Hannah looks on in horror. Season 1, Episode 4, Shoshanna and Matt Position or act: Cunnilingus Circumstances of sex: One of Shoshanna’s doomed attempts to lose her virginity in Season 1. There’s no need to terminate sex just ’cause we’re not meant for each other. After he picks her up and puts her on his bed, her distress is compounded; he starts going for her butt and doesn’t seem to care when she protests that she didn’t shower that day. She goes to start touching herself, and he stops her; it’s a pretty confusing situation. Millennial awkwardness: Marnie hastily tries to pull down his pants and asks, “How many pairs of underwear do you wear?” His shirt stays on, such is the rush they’re in. Millennial awkwardness: Elijah, musing on whether he might be bi, tells Marnie she’s hot. So to send off this show in the manner it so richly deserves, we’ve ranked every sex scene on the show, up to this season’s premiere, according to how Girls it was. Additional research by David Canfield. They have sex on Ray’s table. 33. Season 1, Episode 10, Shoshanna and Ray Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Shosh’s deflowering. 38. Hapless Hannah has trouble getting her tights off, and Adam isn’t super-responsive to her requests. 36. “No, I said it makes me look like a piggy bank,” she clarifies, annoyed. After Jessa’s wedding, Shosh is ready to lose it … she thinks. Millennial awkwardness: On Girls, where sex is usually full of noises and dialogue, quiet sex speaks volumes about the state of the relationship of the couple who’s having it. This means several makeouts, some of which included generous second-base action, did not make the cut. Millennial awkwardness: As she’s making plans for their relationship, he’s taking her from behind and asks if they can talk about it later. 3. She says she’s too hot (and has a serious case of bed head), and even though Holly begs her to keep going, she stops. “And now you’re getting it,” he says. From that cringingly unromantic encounter through the dozens of awkward hookups and one infamous rim job that followed, this show pioneered a certain kind of naturalistic, unsexy millennial sex scene. Millennial awkwardness: A hat trick of awkwardness: First she asks him what his favorite part of “fucking” her is, before they’ve even started; next she slips a finger in his butt (“What are you doing? Marnie is bored and repulsed and suggests doggy instead, which Charlie thought she hated because it makes her feel like a piggy bank. Matt pauses, remarking that virgins are “really not my thing.” Shosh protests, “I so don’t get attached when I bleed. Millennial awkwardness: The mid–sexual encounter breakup is a Girls specialty. Millennial awkwardness: More of Hannah’s boobs, of course. They can’t be together in public, but in private, anything goes. 26. Season 5, Episode 7, Elijah and Dill Position or act: Fellatio Circumstances of sex: Dill shows up drunk at Elijah’s place and starts to give him a blow job. This clearly isn’t the same Charlie Marnie broke up with last year for being a wuss. “How am I supposed to get hard if you’re rolling your eyes?” This was less a sex scene than two egomaniacs almost getting off on mutual flattery. Millennial awkwardness: In all the rush to get it done, Jessa fails to notice that Shoshanna is home, and though she calls her a “batshit little perv” for watching, she treats it as a teachable moment: “That was me showing that I cannot be smoted. Millennial awkwardness: Hannah goes down on the yoga instructor but gets uncomfortable midway through. Missionary? Millennial awkwardness: Adam keeps veering into overly aggressive territory, which is not what Natalia is looking for. She’s on top of him and their heads are close together, but when he says “I love you,” she pulls away and bumps her head on the top of the bed’s loft. Season 6, Episode 1, Hannah and Paul-Louis Position or act: Missionary; doggy Circumstances of sex: Hannah may have quit surf lessons after a dubious injury, but after a night of alcoholic slushie–fueled dancing at the bar with her surf instructor (Riz Ahmed), she winds up in his (bottom bunk) bed. Season 1, Episode 6, Hannah and Eric Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Hannah visits her hometown and goes out with a pharmacist she went to high school with. Millennial awkwardness: She won’t look at him, and he says, “I feel like you’re not really here right now.” She’s pissed that he keeps dirty pictures of his exes on his phone. Season 4, Episode 1, Hannah and Adam Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: The two have quiet, passionless, routine sex on their last night together before Hannah goes off to graduate school and an unknown future. As Marnie stands against the kitchen sink, Desi mashes his face into her butt. “You know how hot you are, that’s why you’re such a little bitch.” He kisses her, she smacks him, then she reconsiders. Millennial awkwardness: The sex itself is tame for Girls—no nudity—and Marie climbs right out of bed and heads into her kitchen, which is approximately two feet away. A scene more notable for its context than for the specifics of the sex itself. “I love that,” Desi says. No sooner does than that he reveal to her that she’s bleeding—her period has arrived. 21. Marnie and Charlie Position or act: Missionary; doggy Circumstances of sex: Marnie and Charlie’s long-term–relationship sex life doesn’t seem much better than Hannah and Adam’s new thing, mostly owing to the fact that Marnie can’t stand Charlie. Season 2, Episode 10, Marnie and Charlie Position or act: Cunnilingus Circumstances of sex: After being broken up for the better part of a season, Marnie and Charlie are back together, and Charlie is going down on her in his apartment. The van then tips over. Bossy! Millennial awkwardness: “Are you 18?” Hannah asks Frank when he suddenly kisses her. Millennial awkwardness: The gag about Hannah having no idea how to put her bridesmaid dress halter top back on afterward is funny in a very Girls-ian way. “I wanted this so bad,” Hannah responds. He explains to her that she is a “big, fat fucking phony.” Marnie appreciates the candor. Season 1, Episode 5, Hannah and Adam Position or act: Masturbation Circumstances of sex: Adam is confused when Hannah shows up at his place, because he thought they broke up. They eventually settle into a pretty standard missionary. You know, for the story?” Millennial awkwardness: Hannah starts to neg Adam, insulting him for masturbating while she’s standing right there. Season 5, Episode 2, Jessa and Adam Position or act: Simultaneous masturbation Circumstances of sex: Jessa and Adam are trying really hard not to get involved with each other, on account of Hannah’s feelings. All he asks is that she not abandon him. Season 5, Episode 5, Hannah and a yoga instructor Position or act: Cunnilingus Circumstances of sex: Hannah is at a spa with her mother, in a terrible mood, and starts chatting with Holly, a yoga instructor, even though Hannah is still with Fran at this point. 18. Millennial awkwardness: Dill isn’t a millennial, and for Girls, speed instructions are not particularly awkward. Millennial awkwardness: Where would we be without this scene from the pilot, which set the template for all Girls sex scenes to follow? Season 1, Episode 2, Jessa and a guy she meets at a bar Position or act: Digital stimulation Circumstances of sex: Avoiding going to the clinic for an abortion, Jessa needs something to take her mind off of it and picks up a stranger. Millennial awkwardness: They make out, and she orders him, “put your hands down my pants.” “Is that OK?” he asks. Nothing we haven’t seen in a thousand other storylines about male musicians with Peter Pan complexes. 3), Natalia and Adam give it another go. Millennial awkwardness: How does sex between two nonmillennials end up being so millennially awkward? Circumstances of sex: After a painfully awkward first time together, Jessa and Adam start to find their groove. In this scene, we also get to see Adam rolling off her and ripping off the condom, something of an Adam Driver signature move, and we sense the trouble ahead when Hannah asks afterward, “Wait, so you’re just gonna leave?”
42. Meanwhile, he is so enjoying himself that he says “foak!” with a long o instead of fuck. They keep stopping each other and switching positions, and eventually Adam says, “Is this what bad sex is like?” Strangely enough, it doesn’t seem all that different from a lot of the sex on the show. Part of what tripped Hannah up during surf lessons—lack of athletic ability—once again stands in her way when Paul-Louis tries to position her limbs in ways she’s not used to, including bending her leg up to her chest while he’s on top of her. It’s the measure against which all future millennial sex scenes would be judged, and with each line of dialogue, a thousand think pieces bloomed. Also, both parties seemed to be enjoying the sex equally, which is also pretty un-Girls. But then he gets into it, closes his eyes … and promptly crashes the van he’s driving into a speed-limit sign. It lasted for like eight seconds.” For the rest of the episode, she struggles with a urinary tract infection. That part, at least, is very Girls. Millennial awkwardness: After a whirlwind adventure around the city, Charlie brings Marnie back to his scuzzy apartment (he doesn’t even have his own bathroom), and they do it in his bed. But this scene is less about the sex than about using sex as an engine to drive the plot, so Hannah can demonstrate how frustrated she is with Marnie’s bridezilla behavior and Fran can reveal that Desi has been engaged seven other times. 8. Apologies to the time Shoshanna made out with a doorman and Marnie, Jessa, and Thomas John’s almost-threesome. You know It’s like amazing, I’m like totally not an attached bleeder,” but the die is cast, and her hymen will remain intact for another few episodes. Millennial awkwardness: Despite Hannah’s invitation to relax, Ray is initially uncomfortable (“I don’t think this is good for our friendship”). 24. Her old camp friend Matt comes over and gets a boner on the couch (“you could touch it if you want”). Millennial awkwardness: How can such a comprehensively nude scene (Hannah chats with Adam for a while topless after they finish) be ranked so low here? God, you’re so dumb, Parker.”
14. “When did you get so good at this? He finishes and says, “shake my hand.” It feels like Hannah has made it to the freaky next level of whatever game Adam is playing. 17. She’s mad at him but trying not to acknowledge it. Afterward, Hannah tells Jessa, “I just had sex with Frank. For those counting, that’s three out of four Girls that Ray has hooked up with throughout the show. Season 5, Episode 6, Marnie and Charlie Position or act: Cowgirl Circumstances of sex: Marnie reunites with Charlie after running into him years after their breakup, even though she’s married now. 9. Season 3, Episode 5, Marnie and Ray Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Marnie visits Ray amid a moment of existential confusion and asks him to tell her what’s wrong with her. Season 2, Episode 1, Hannah and Sandy Position or act: Cowgirl/lotus Circumstances of sex: It’s a new season, and Hannah has a new boyfriend, Sandy, played by Donald Glover. 45. He also has some very specific instructions for how she should eat strawberries. 4. Millennial awkwardness: Hannah is at first surprised that a man like Joshua wants to be with her, even apologizing for kissing him, but she eventually gives in to her impulses. “No. 43. It gets flirty. “I wanna break up,” she says. Season 4, Episode 9, Jessa and Ace Position or act: Cowgirl/lotus Circumstances of sex: This is the only time we see Jessa have sex with Zachary Quinto’s Ace, the guy who used to date Mimi-Rose (Gillian Jacobs), who is now dating Adam. 40. What saves the encounter from total awkwardness is Paul-Louis’ relentless chill. He turns her affirmations that she likes what he’s doing into, “You like my cock? They have sex anyway. Then Shosh makes the fatal mistake of revealing her V-card status. I almost came,” Hannah says. As Marie’s leaving afterward, Ray suggests that maybe they should keep their hookup on the DL, to which Marnie responds, “Go fuck yourself. Theoretically the awkwardness level is high, but Jessa is so blazingly confident that it all feels smoothly executed anyway. Jessa confusingly requests, “After you come, pretend like you meant to pull out, and then you’re gonna freak out like you might have gotten me pregnant.” Adam does as directed, and Jessa play-acts, “What am I gonna tell my parents?” To which Adam one-ups her: “What the fuck am I gonna tell coach?”
29. Season 3, Episode 10, Hannah and Adam Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Worried that their sex life has grown stale, Hannah tries out role-play. Season 1, Episode 5, Marnie and Charlie Position or act: Cowgirl Circumstances of sex: After a fight, Marnie visits Charlie, intending to win him back. 15. 37. “It’s about fucking time,” he says. What would pass for scandalous on another show barely registers on Girls. Season 3, Episode 11, Marnie and Ray Position or act: Cowgirl Circumstances of sex: Hannah hears moans coming from Ray’s room, and despite Adam’s protests, opens the door and catches Marnie and Ray in flagrante, her boob only covered by his head. Millennial awkwardness: Dill falls asleep down there instead of finishing. Season 3, Episode 1, Jessa and Laura Position or act: Cunnilingus Circumstances of sex: After basically outing “fat, gay Laura” (Danielle Brooks) in group therapy at rehab, Jessa offers her an olive branch in the form of oral sex. But the mood in the room quickly shifts when Elijah has trouble sustaining his erection. Season 2, Episode 9, Natalia and Adam Position or act: Analingus; doggy; masturbation Circumstances of sex: After an unusually sweet first time together (most of which happens off screen), Natalia sees Adam’s apartment for the first time and calls it depressing. Millennial awkwardness: Awkward would be one word for it; semi-consensual might be another one. I can like your cock and not be a whore.”
10. In terms of awkwardness, Marnie and Desi seem fairly comfortable with each other, but you, the viewer, sure aren’t. “No, I’m 19,” he responds, and they have sex in some grass. She says he’s being weird, he says she’s being weird, and finally she says, “Will you get out of me?” He does. 20. Something’s gotten into Adam, maybe the alcohol he had that night, and he’s back to being the creepy guy we knew in Season 1. She announces that she’s leaving, at which point Adam asks, “You wanna stay till I finish? Before you know it: sex. We’re not gonna touch each other.” Cut to them sitting on opposite sides of a couch masturbating. Wearing a blond wig and using an old-timey accent, she brings Adam to Marnie’s apartment and declares, “This is where my husband puts me.” Millennial awkwardness: Adam plays along, and she undresses to reveal some very complicated lingerie. 19. Millennial awkwardness: This was the butt motorboat heard ‘round the world. Season 2, Episode 10, Shoshanna and Ray Position or act: Spooning Circumstances of sex: Not all is well in Ray and Shoshanna–land after a season of stops and starts, as she worries that he doesn’t have enough ambition. Millennial awkwardness: It’s their first time doing it after lots of buildup, and it doesn’t go well. 32. Wait until one of the people tells the other to pretend he’s a prostitute junkie and we’ll talk. Season 1, Episode 2. (“Will you get a condom?” “I’ll consider it.”) Hannah’s attempts to be both hot and conscientious at the same time result in a constant stream of chatter, which eventually leads Adam to say, “let’s play the quiet game.” This was the trailblazing scene that took two naked twentysomething bodies and dared to show us that they could have sex and it didn’t have to be sexy at all. Girls, the sixth and final season of which began Sunday night, arrived on the scene in 2012 with a bang—if you can use that word to describe what Adam and Hannah did together on that dingy Brooklyn couch. Season 2, Episode 10, Natalia and Adam Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: After the last time didn’t go so well (see No. 16. Peak awkwardness is achieved when Ray says, “Marnie, I think I slipped out.”
27. Millennial awkwardness: Marnie worries that his co-workers will see them. Season 5, Episode 5, Jessa and Adam Position or act: Spooning? Millennial awkwardness: Hardly awkward at all. Millennial awkwardness: Booth is splayed out like a starfish on top of Marnie in his bed, and at one point he commands her to “look at the doll” in the room. (The two had up till then managed to keep their hate-sex alliance a secret.) Millennial awkwardness: We don’t know if the sex itself was awkward, but the fallout sure was. Season 5, Episode 1, Hannah and Fran Position or act: Cowgirl/lotus Circumstances of sex: Hannah, bare-chested as ever, is on top of Fran in the front seat of a car at Marnie’s wedding. 23. Season 3, Episode 11, Hannah and Adam Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Hannah and Adam are temporarily living apart so Adam can focus on a play he’s acting in, but he still makes time for booty calls. When this is all done, he offers her a Gatorade. 6. It’s no secret that Hannah is selfish, but this is profoundly uncomfortable. After a memorable performance of “Stronger” at his office party, Marnie remarks on their change of fortunes and how lost she feels, and before long they’re doing it on a desk. A little later, he starts to masturbate, and then Hannah is confused—she’s still there, what’s happening? Millennial awkwardness: She is shirtless as usual, and, in terms of Girls-ness, their dialogue feels like a message to the viewer and a provocation to critics as a new season of a much-discussed show was kicking off, now with a person of color finally on screen: “You wanted this,” Sandy says. 46. Season 3, Episode 1, Hannah and Adam Position or act: Cowgirl/lotus Circumstances of sex: After being broken up for most of Season 2, Hannah and Adam are back at it, complete with Adam’s grunts and Hannah’s flailing. Adam tells Natalia to get on all fours and crawl to his room, and she plays along despite being uncomfortable. And I’m a cheerleader, and you’ve thought so much about fucking me before.” Adam is thrown (“it doesn’t make any fuckin’ narrative sense”). He is a surfer, after all. I am unsmoteable.”
35. 41. 22. Millennial awkwardness: “It doesn’t hurt,” she says, Ray on top of her in bed. That was so good. All we can say is you get used to the sight of Lena Dunham’s breasts. 34. Millennial awkwardness: As a candle burns on the nightstand, Charlie tells Marnie he wants them to look at each other when they come. Millennial awkwardness: “You have no idea how good this feels,” Marnie says. You’re never more of an awkward millennial than when you’re engaging in cross-generational sex with a storybook-handsome nonmillennial. Like I’d advertise this.” A hate-sex coupling for the ages is born. Hannah screams, and Ray says, “What the fuck are you doing?” Hannah commands him to “Put your dick away.” From the other side of Ray, Marnie half-heartedly yelps, “He made me.”
25. How many people have you slept with since we broke up?” Not the most comfortable discussion, nor the ideal time to raise it. Millennial awkwardness: We don’t see much, but we do see rehab administrators walk in on them and pledge to write Jessa up. “That was really good. Season 2, Episode 9, Marnie and Charlie Position or act: Standing Circumstances of sex: In the time since they broke up and now, Charlie has become a hot rich tech douche. Marnie asks him if he’s ever seen reality TV, to which he responds that he’s seen the Ken Burns jazz documentary about 17 times—a fitting metaphor for how different these two are. 31. “Now I’m finally getting it,” she agrees. One thing leads to another and … When did you get so good at this. … You’re dirty little whore, and you love my cock.” She stops and says, “No. Long Island girls, and starts to go down on her. Millennial awkwardness: In bed, the two are shown from above, Ray’s bare butt exposed to the camera, and Marnie can barely look at him. Season 5, Episode 8, Hannah and Ray Position or act: Fellatio Circumstances of sex: Hannah is so thankful that Ray has come to save her when she’s stranded in the middle of nowhere after breaking up with Fran that she decides to reward him with some road head. When they’re actually having intercourse, Hannah changes course and says, “I usually fuck football players, but now I’m fucking the school weirdo. Things start off well enough—“Fuck, that feels good! Season 5, Episode 3, Hannah and Fran Position or act: Cowgirl/lotus Circumstances of sex: Fran is sitting on the couch with Hannah on top of him, you guessed it, shirtless. 12. Season 3, Episode 6, Marnie and Ray Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Marnie and Ray have more hate sex. Season 2, Episode 5, Hannah and Joshua Position or act: Missionary; digital stimulation Circumstances of sex: After Joshua (Patrick Wilson) comes into the coffee shop where Hannah works to complain that Grumpy’s garbage is ending up in his trash cans, Hannah goes to his house to ’fess up to being the one who put it there. After some doggy-style sex, he pulls out and starts masturbating, and she cries out, “No, no, not on my dress!” He comes on her chest and takes off his shirt to wipe it up, completely silent. Seriously. Millennial awkwardness: They’re both lying on their sides in bed so he can’t see how uncomfortable she looks as he gropes one of her boobs over her zip-up sweatshirt. “Describe her.” This is what happens when you sleep with an artist, Marnie. It is classic Girls: outrageous, explicit, at once cringey and riveting, and also a great vehicle for character development. “My aunt says it kinda feels like scratching a sunburn,” she offers, pretty nervous. “I love you, too,” Marnie answers. She refuses to kiss him afterward. Millennial awkwardness: Matt remarks on how chill it is that their hangout has taken a turn for the sexy, compliments Shosh’s “hot rod little bod,” muses on city girls vs. Season 2, Episode 7, Hannah and Frank Position: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Hannah is visiting Jessa’s family in the country, where she meets her strange stepbrother, Frank. She tells him he can finish, and he’s says he won’t finish unless she does. She calls Adam to tell him she is in his neighborhood coincidentally, a bald-faced lie. “Don’t look,” Jessa says. She spends a whole day with him, living a life of leisure and luxury, including the famous topless ping-pong game, and it all feels like a weird dream. It’s a little hard to tell what’s going on here. 5. It was necessary to draw up some parameters to make this highly intensive, very scientific project feasible, so before we begin, a few notes on methodology: This list is limited to acts or attempted acts of manual stimulation and vaginal, oral, and anal sex. You’re welcome. Ray considers stopping because he’s not sure he deserves to have this much power. He’s a black Republican and a breath of fresh air from a convalescing Adam. That’s the whole point. She says quietly, “I don’t think I liked that.”
2. 30. Season 5, Episode 4, Elijah and Dill Position or act: Missionary anal Circumstances of sex: Elijah and Dill’s first time together—Elijah’s on top of him, and they face each other on a bed—comes with a lot of instructions from hunky Dill Harcourt (Corey Stoll), who has very specific thoughts on how fast Elijah should be going. Bent over a couch, she says, “Honest and open communication about mutual needs is like the cornerstone to any healthy relationship.” “Do you want me to stop?” he asks. Season 1, Episode 2, Hannah and Adam Position or act: Missionary; masturbation Circumstances of sex: Hannah and Adam’s second on-screen sexual encounter in the series. She and her mom help him up. A guy like Joshua is a lot to take in when one is used to the vicissitudes of twentysomething Brooklyn boys. Season 4, Episode 1, Marnie and Desi Position or act: Analingus, otherwise known as butt-motorboating Circumstances of sex: As Season 4 begins, Desi and Marnie are trying to make it as a singing duo now; also, unbeknownst to Desi’s girlfriend, Desi is seeing Marnie on the side. Season 4, Episode 6, Marnie and Desi Position or act: Standing against a wall Circumstances of sex: Marnie and Desi, who are trying to make it as a singing duo together while being together-together, have sex in the narrow hallway of Marnie’s apartment, with her up against the wall. Millennial awkwardness: Interestingly, we haven’t seen a lot of drunk sex on this show, and drunk Hannah is even more rambly than usual. Season 1, Episode 6, Loreen and Tad Position or act: Doggy Circumstances of sex: While Hannah is out on a date, her parents take part in the ageless pastime of shower sex. Season 1, Episode 5, Jessa and her ex-boyfriend Position or act: Doggy Circumstances of sex: Jessa bursts into her apartment and has sex with her ex against a window, even though her ex was just telling her about his new partner. “Can we be together but not touch each other?” “Yeah. Season 6, Episode 1, Marnie and Ray Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Marnie is divorcing Desi and back with Ray, officially this time. 1. Wet and wild!,” Hannah’s dad Tad says. 7. Season 3, Episode 6, Shoshanna and Parker Position or act: Standing; doggy Circumstances of sex: After fellow NYU student and potential boyfriend Parker passes Shosh’s vetting process at the library, they have sex while standing up in her apartment. Season 5, Episode 10, Desi and a groupie Position or act: Fellatio Circumstances of sex: Desi gets a blow job from a very young-looking groupie in his dressing room while Marnie and Ray angrily beg him to open the door. Millennial awkwardness: Oddly specific dirty talk: Adam tells Hannah he knew she wanted it like this when he found her as an 11-year-old junkie in the street with a Cabbage Patch lunchbox. Millennial awkwardness: They’re in bed, Jessa is wearing a netted bra you can see her nipples through, and she tells him, “You look like a teacher I had in the fourth grade. Season 5, Episode 4, Jessa and Adam Position or act: Cowgirl; missionary Circumstances of sex: Jessa and Adam have been trying really hard not to become a couple, but they finally give in. Season 1, Episode 1, Hannah and Adam Position or act: Anal, briefly; doggy Circumstances of sex: We’ve just met Hannah, an aimless twentysomething who’s about to be cut off financially by her parents. “Who gives a fuck?” he answers. 28. 44. It doesn’t go well. “Sorry, I just have a million things going on,” she says. “But I probably do,” he decides. A good lesson on the perils of drunk sex. Season 2, Episode 3, Marnie and Booth Jonathan Position or act: Doggy, or “prone bone,” which is when a woman is lying flat on her belly Circumstances of sex: Marnie’s had a crush on Booth since she first met him in Season 1. Millennial awkwardness: This of course includes lots of smacking noises and dirty talk. Please don’t put your finger in my asshole”); and then she whispers to him, “I’m tight like a baby, right?” This Midwestern boy is just not prepared for Hannah’s big-city ways. Millennial awkwardness: The most awkward part is that they’re playing one of their own songs while they do it, which is surely the right backdrop for Marnie’s performative moans. After she runs into him at work, he brings her back to his place, where he locks her inside one of his art installations for a while. 39. But he soon falls (showers being slippery places), and Hannah comes into the house while he’s still naked on the floor. “Don’t ask me that ever again in my life,” she answers. “You’re a dirty little whore, and I’m going to send you home to your parents covered in cum,” he continues, before telling her from then on she needs to ask his permission whenever she wants to come. He is beautiful and has a beautiful home, and Hannah kisses him. Season 2, Episode 1, Marnie and Elijah Position or act: Missionary Circumstances of sex: Hannah and Elijah, now roommates, just had a party at their place, and Elijah and Marnie are reconnecting afterward once everyone’s gone home.