'SNL' Promos: Lena Dunham Mocks 'Girls' Nudity (Video)
The multihyphenate gets some help from Kate McKinnon in new promos touting her "SNL" debut.
Lena Dunham hits the Saturday Night Live stage this weekend.
In a new batch of promos, SNL castmember Kate McKinnon pitches Dunham on a "small" role for someone "who moves in with Hannah and follows her around and does everything with her." When the Girls creator told McKinnon that that sounded like a sizable part, McKinnon countered with a creepier character idea: "What if I was just a person who killed Hannah and lived as her." Let's just say Dunham was more than a little disturbed.
The duo also makes fun of the nudity on Girls: "I thought we said on the phone that we'd wear the same outfit," a topless McKinnon tells Dunham. Other highlights include Dunham taking over all aspects of production and the duo cheering over feminism.
Indie outfit The National will be this weekend's musical guest.
Watch the promos below.
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