6. Izzie-Denny's Ghost Sex, Grey's Anatomy
Izzie had an "I see dead people" disorder, the result of a brain tumor, but she took it a step further when she decided to have sex with the ghost she was seeing. Granted, he was her hot ex-fiance, but all we could think was: Grey's where are you going with this ridiculous plot line?
7. Blackout-Drunk Sex in Observe And Report
Date rape passed off as funny sex isn't funny. Sure, this was a lighthearted comedy, and the scene where Seth Rogen's character forced himself on a blackout-drunk woman was meant to be silly, but it's not OK to have sex with a woman who's so drunk she clearly doesn't know what she's doing. When a movie normalizes this, lines get blurred and women stop realizing when sex is right—and when it's really, really wrong. Are Women Too Insecure To Have Sober Sex?
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8. Megan Fox And Amanda Seyfried in Jennifer's Body
This girl-on-girl scene between two hot movie stars got everything wrong. It wasn't soft and luscious, lusty and voracious or sexually explorative. Instead, after all the blogosphere build-up about the big lesbian kiss, all we got was tensionless, dead-eyed, canned eroticism.
9. The Entire Season of The Bachelor with Jason Mesnick
Jason made out with almost every potential bachlorette, even the stalker-y Shannon's snot-slicked lips after crying her crazy tears. The hot tub scene with Jillian felt slimy instead of steamy and matronly widow Stephanie's Oedipal pecks were downright creepy. I mean, did she think she was baptizing him? Needless to say, makeout quantity did not equal quality for Jason. The Hot Dog Theory Of Man
10. The Gossip Girl Threesome
We knew that three of our favorite Gossip Girl characters would be getting it on at some point this past season, but it was a complete shocker when the show's three most boring characters, Dan, Vanessa, and Olivia (Hilary Duff), eventually did the deed. And despite the season-long hype over a coed ménage a trois, the actual scene was actually quite tame—boring, even. We assume the CW was keeping the concerns of parents in mind, for a change. Threesomes: A User's Guide
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