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* Several in the pilot of Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack

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* Several in the pilot of Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack''Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack''.


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* ''Series/RizzoliAndIsles'': In "Class Action Satisfaction", Jane and Maura have to take a decontamination shower after being exposed to a potential pathogen.
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* MaggieGyllenhaal gets a bathtub scene in ''Film/{{Secretary}}'', and a post-shower scene in ''Film/{{Sherrybaby}}''.

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* MaggieGyllenhaal Creator/MaggieGyllenhaal gets a bathtub scene in ''Film/{{Secretary}}'', and a post-shower scene in ''Film/{{Sherrybaby}}''.



* In the third ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' movie, Bender's Game. One scene very early into the film takes place in a communal shower, where characters of both sexes shower together (Amy, Leela, Fry, Bender and Zoidberg). Glimpses of rears can be seen, however [[SceneryCensor frontal nudity is obscured]].

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* In the third ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' movie, Bender's Game.''Bender's Game''. One scene very early into the film takes place in a communal shower, where characters of both sexes shower together (Amy, Leela, Fry, Bender and Zoidberg). Glimpses of rears can be seen, however [[SceneryCensor frontal nudity is obscured]].
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* In ''{{ComicBook/Violine}}'', several of these appear in the first albums, as well as dressing/undressing scenes.

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* In ''{{ComicBook/Violine}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Violine}}'', several of these appear in the first albums, as well as dressing/undressing scenes.



* ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe''. Considering that this takes place on a U.S. submarine and involves Barbara Bach, it gives a whole new meaning to the Navy expression "Hollywood shower".
** For the ignorant, a Hollywood shower is a long, luxurious shower, where you let the water run for the whole shower. By contrast, a Navy shower consists of running the water, cold, long enough to get wet, turning it off and soaping up, and running the water, still cold, long enough to rinse the suds off. The water is on for no more than two minutes in total. For obvious reasons, Hollywood showers are used as rewards.
* ''Film/StarshipTroopers'' (co-ed!)
** Also notable in that, unlike most shower scenes, it showed full frontal nudity as opposed to just back shots.

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* ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe''. Considering that this takes place on MaggieGyllenhaal gets a U.S. submarine bathtub scene in ''Film/{{Secretary}}'', and involves Barbara Bach, it gives a whole new meaning to the Navy expression "Hollywood shower".
** For the ignorant,
post-shower scene in ''Film/{{Sherrybaby}}''.
* Creator/ZooeyDeschanel has had two, one in ''Film/{{Elf}}'', and one in ''Film/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy''.
* The B-horror flick ''Film/{{Abominable}}'' has
a Hollywood shower is scene with Creator/TiffanyShepis.
* In ''Film/{{Alien 3}}'', Ripley has
a long, luxurious shower, where you let the water run for the whole shower. By contrast, a Navy shower consists of running scene shortly after cutting off her hair.
* ''Film/AmericanBeauty'' shows us Kevin Spacey jerking off in
the water, cold, long enough to get wet, turning it off and soaping up, and running the water, still cold, long enough to rinse the suds off. The water is on for no more than two minutes in total. For obvious reasons, Hollywood showers are used as rewards.
* ''Film/StarshipTroopers'' (co-ed!)
** Also notable in that, unlike most
shower scenes, it showed full frontal nudity as opposed to just back shots. through frosted glass at the beginning of the film. Later, there's also a DreamSequence revolving around Mena Suvari's character in the bath.



* ''Film/LaraCroftTombRaider'' has two, male ''and'' female.

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* ''Film/LaraCroftTombRaider'' ''Film/{{Arachnophobia}}'' has two, male ''and'' female.a female secondary character taking a shower, not noticing a poisonous spider crawling around in the shower with her. However, she sees the spider before it can bite her, she screams, and (somehow) HilarityEnsues.
* ''Film/BabylonAD'': After arriving at the American border, Toorop has a shower scene where we're shown [[TattooedCrook his extensive collection of tattoos]].



* Abigail Whistler's bloody post-battle shower scene in ''Film/BladeTrinity'' interspersed with flashbacks of her dad, is the closest the movie comes to being emotionally resonant. It's also pretty much the only bit of CharacterDevelopment she gets.
* ''Born American'' (1986). One of the protagonists in the gulag gets hold of a coin and tries to purchase medical care for his friend. The FriendInTheBlackMarket says it's not enough, but as he's a young man he could use it to buy... ''(puts a finger through hole in coin and leers)'' We then cut to several male inmates looking through vents into the women's shower. Contrary to the usual GirlsBehindBars trope, the [[FanDisservice women are rather unshapely]].
%%* Matthew Broderick's character in ''Film/TheCableGuy''.
* ''{{Carrie}}'' has a shower scene at the beginning of the movie with several girls, including Carrie, after gym class.
* Played for laughs in ''Film/{{Charade}}'' when Creator/CaryGrant takes a shower in AudreyHepburn's bathroom -- fully clothed.
* In ''Film/TheCrow'', Myca, Top Dollar's consort/sister is introduced taking a shower.
* ''Film/CruelIntentions 2'' has a shower scene with a pair of [[{{Twincest}} twins]] [[ShowerOfLove making out]] in front of Sebastian, which, incidentally, is the [[BestKnownForTheFanservice only thing people remember]] about the film.
* For a long time ''the'' shower scene was from the opening of ''Film/DressedToKill,'' a thriller from the 1970s. It's very explicit, both for its time and for now.
* The FinalGirl in ''Film/TheFunhouse'' is introduced to us this way. She's in the shower as she is about to be pranked by her little brother in a homage to ''Film/{{Halloween 1978}}''.
* In ''Film/GIJane'', the title character showers while the male senior chief talks to her.
* ''Film/{{Gothika}}'' includes a shower scene with about 30 female inmates. Played realistically, with unattractive and older inmates placed among the attractive ones.
* ''Film/IRobot'': Two different ones, with Bridget Moynihan ''and'' WillSmith.
* Film/JamesBond and Wai Lin share an outdoor shower (both clothed) in ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies'', leading to a combination ShirtlessScene and SexySoakedShirt.



* ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' ([[PsychoStrings dramatic chords]])
* ''Film/SixteenCandles'', of all things, contains an obvious bit of FanService: the high school's [[AlphaBitch designated Hot Chick]] is spied upon by Creator/MollyRingwald's character, a NaiveEverygirl who kvetches about [[ACupAngst her own lack of mammarial development]] in comparison.
* ''Film/IRobot'': Two different ones, with Bridget Moynihan ''and'' WillSmith.
* There was a shower scene in ''RoadTrip'', described by one of the characters and shown to the viewer... put on pause when someone questioned it, the question is HandWaved and we review to naked goodness.
* ''Film/{{Gothika}}'' includes a shower scene with about 30 female inmates. Played realistically, with unattractive and older inmates placed among the attractive ones.

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* ''Film/LaraCroftTombRaider'' has two, male ''and'' female.
* In the second ''Film/TheNakedGun'' film, Hector Savage prepares to shoot Jane while she's in the shower. She discovers him (after he starts singing along to her rendition of "The Way We Were") and Frank rushes to her rescue. Frank and Hector accidentally open the shower curtain during their fight, leading to them both stopping to admire Jane until she realizes it and shuts the curtain again.
%%* Beverly D'Angelo in ''Film/NationalLampoonsVacation''.
* Used as a form of {{sexposition}} in ''Film/OtherHalves'', a rare case of passing UsefulNotes/TheBechdelTest in a shower scene.
* {{The Film of the Book}} of ''Film/TheOutsiders'' has a gratuitous scene with Sodapop.
* Lampshaded in ''Film/{{PCU}}'' as they watch ''Dressed To Kill.'' "Shower sceeeeene..."
* ''Film/PitchPerfect'' has this as an important plot point where Chloe witnesses Beca's singing talent and sings a duet rendition of Titanium by David Guetta in the same stall. After they are done singing, a naked man walks into them to compliment their singing.
* ''Film/{{Porkys}}'' has a shower scene where the guys are watching the girls shower. One boy puts his penis through the hole only to have the female gym teacher grab it.
** "God damn it, would you move it, you lard-ass?"
* ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' has probably the most famous shower scene in the movie history with ([[PsychoStrings dramatic chords]])
* ''Film/SixteenCandles'', of all things, contains an obvious bit of FanService: the high school's [[AlphaBitch designated Hot Chick]] is spied upon by Creator/MollyRingwald's character, a NaiveEverygirl who kvetches about [[ACupAngst her own lack of mammarial development]] in comparison.
* ''Film/IRobot'': Two different ones, with Bridget Moynihan ''and'' WillSmith.
* There was a shower scene in ''RoadTrip'', described by one of the characters and shown to the viewer... put on pause when someone questioned it, the question is HandWaved and we review to naked goodness.
* ''Film/{{Gothika}}'' includes a shower scene with about 30 female inmates. Played realistically, with unattractive and older inmates placed among the attractive ones.
chords]]) included.



* ''Film/{{Arachnophobia}}'' has a female secondary character taking a shower, not noticing a poisonous spider crawling around in the shower with her. However, she sees the spider before it can bite her, she screams, and (somehow) HilarityEnsues.
* Case in ''Film/TheUnborn'' gets a shower scene, but you mostly see only her back.
* ''Screaming Mimi'', based on the Frederic Brown novel.
* ''The Seventh Victim''
* Harrison Ford's character in ''Film/{{Witness}}'' walks in on his Amish hostess giving herself a sponge bath.
* ''Film/CruelIntentions 2'' has a shower scene with a pair of [[{{Twincest}} twins]] [[ShowerOfLove making out]] in front of Sebastian, which, incidentally, is the [[BestKnownForTheFanservice only thing people remember]] about the film.
* {{The Film of the Book}} of ''Film/TheOutsiders'' has a gratuitous scene with Sodapop.
* Film/JamesBond and Wai Lin share an outdoor shower (both clothed) in ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies'', leading to a combination ShirtlessScene and SexySoakedShirt.
* Seen in ''Film/{{Whiteout}}'' with Kate Beckinsale's character, despite the water restrictions existing on a real life base in Antarctica which would prevent the above-mentioned 'Hollywood Shower'. It's one of the first scenes in the movie, it's very gratuitous, and it's probably there because Beckinsale spends the ''rest'' of the movie in a bulky parka.
* For a long time ''the'' shower scene was from the opening of ''Film/DressedToKill,'' a thriller from the 1970s. It's very explicit, both for its time and for now.
* Lampshaded in ''Film/{{PCU}}'' as they watch ''Dressed To Kill.'' "Shower sceeeeene..."
* Creator/ZooeyDeschanel has had two, one in ''Film/{{Elf}}'', and one in ''Film/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy''.

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* ''Film/{{Arachnophobia}}'' has Downplayed in ''Film/{{Riddick}}'' where TheSquadette handwashes herself from a female secondary basin (she's on a desert planet so water would be restricted). We get a look at Creator/KateeSackhoff topless so no-one is complaining (including Katee, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4kxfxh8UNE as her breast "looked it was 22"]] due to her raised arm as she scrubbed).
* Considering that ''Film/RiskyBusiness'' was basically a movie revolving around teenage wet dreams, it is no surprise that it gives us this trope at the beginning of the movie involving a dream Tom Cruise's
character taking a shower, not noticing a poisonous spider crawling around in the shower with her. However, she sees the spider before it can bite her, she screams, and (somehow) HilarityEnsues.
* Case in ''Film/TheUnborn'' gets a shower scene, but you mostly see only her back.
* ''Screaming Mimi'', based on the Frederic Brown novel.
* ''The Seventh Victim''
* Harrison Ford's character in ''Film/{{Witness}}'' walks in on his Amish hostess giving herself a sponge bath.
* ''Film/CruelIntentions 2''
has about a hot girl showering.
* There was
a shower scene with a pair of [[{{Twincest}} twins]] [[ShowerOfLove making out]] in front of Sebastian, which, incidentally, is the [[BestKnownForTheFanservice only thing people remember]] about the film.
* {{The Film of the Book}} of ''Film/TheOutsiders'' has a gratuitous scene with Sodapop.
* Film/JamesBond and Wai Lin share an outdoor shower (both clothed) in ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies'', leading to a combination ShirtlessScene and SexySoakedShirt.
* Seen in ''Film/{{Whiteout}}'' with Kate Beckinsale's character, despite the water restrictions existing on a real life base in Antarctica which would prevent the above-mentioned 'Hollywood Shower'. It's
''RoadTrip'', described by one of the first scenes in characters and shown to the movie, it's very gratuitous, viewer... put on pause when someone questioned it, the question is HandWaved and it's probably there because Beckinsale spends the ''rest'' of the movie in a bulky parka.
* For a long time ''the'' shower scene was from the opening of ''Film/DressedToKill,'' a thriller from the 1970s. It's very explicit, both for its time and for now.
* Lampshaded in ''Film/{{PCU}}'' as they watch ''Dressed To Kill.'' "Shower sceeeeene..."
* Creator/ZooeyDeschanel has had two, one in ''Film/{{Elf}}'', and one in ''Film/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy''.
we review to naked goodness.



* ''Film/AmericanBeauty'' shows us Kevin Spacey jerking off in the shower through frosted glass at the beginning of the film. Later, there's also a DreamSequence revolving around Mena Suvari's character in the bath.
* Abigail Whistler's bloody post-battle shower scene in ''Film/BladeTrinity'' interspersed with flashbacks of her dad, is the closest the movie comes to being emotionally resonant. It's also pretty much the only bit of CharacterDevelopment she gets.
* ''Film/{{Porkys}}'' has a shower scene where the guys are watching the girls shower. One boy puts his penis through the hole only to have the female gym teacher grab it.
** "God damn it, would you move it, you lard-ass?"

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%%* ''Screaming Mimi'', based on the Frederic Brown novel.
%%* ''The Seventh Victim''
* ''Film/AmericanBeauty'' shows us Kevin Spacey jerking off ''Film/SixteenCandles'', of all things, contains an obvious bit of FanService: the high school's [[AlphaBitch designated Hot Chick]] is spied upon by Creator/MollyRingwald's character, a NaiveEverygirl who kvetches about [[ACupAngst her own lack of mammarial development]] in comparison.
* ''Film/SpidersIIBreedingGround'': Alexandra takes a shower
in the captain's cabin after they arrive on the ship. One of the other crew members [[ThePeepingTom spies on her]].
* ''Film/SplitSecond'': Michelle (Kim Cattrall) takes a
shower through frosted glass at Stone's apartment, during which she is almost attacked by the beginning of alien monster.
* ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe''. Considering that this takes place on a U.S. submarine and involves Barbara Bach, it gives a whole new meaning to
the film. Later, there's also Navy expression "Hollywood shower".
** For the ignorant,
a DreamSequence revolving around Mena Suvari's Hollywood shower is a long, luxurious shower, where you let the water run for the whole shower. By contrast, a Navy shower consists of running the water, cold, long enough to get wet, turning it off and soaping up, and running the water, still cold, long enough to rinse the suds off. The water is on for no more than two minutes in total. For obvious reasons, Hollywood showers are used as rewards.
* ''Film/StarshipTroopers'' (co-ed!)
** Also notable in that, unlike most shower scenes, it showed full frontal nudity as opposed to just back shots.
* ''Film/SweetSixteen'' opens with a gratuitous shower scene. As if that wasn't sleazy enough, the
character that audience just ogled washing herself is revealed later to be only fifteen years old.
* Averted
in the bath.
* Abigail Whistler's bloody post-battle
Creator/SarahPolley's film ''Film/TakeThisWaltz'', which features a shower scene in ''Film/BladeTrinity'' interspersed a public swimming pool featuring Creator/MichelleWilliams as protagonist Margot, Creator/SarahSilverman as her friend, and another friend of theirs, along with flashbacks of her dad, several other women, with no frosted glass, steam or anything else. Fanservice is averted because the closest three younger women are talking about and to the movie comes to being emotionally resonant. It's also considerably older (and larger) women showering opposite them, and the conversation is about how you get old and nobody's young and pretty much the only bit of CharacterDevelopment she gets.
forever.
* ''Film/{{Porkys}}'' In ''Film/TankGirl'', Lori Petty has a waterless shower with some kind of white powder used to clean her body.
* Helen Hunt takes
a shower in ''Film/{{Twister}}''. Storm-chasing is no doubt dirty, gritty work with the high winds and all, but the scene where the guys are watching the girls shower. One boy puts his penis through the hole only to have the female gym teacher grab it.
** "God damn it, would you move it, you lard-ass?"
itself is entirely gratuitous.



* In ''Film/GIJane'', the title character showers while the male senior chief talks to her.
* ''{{Carrie}}'' has a shower scene at the beginning of the movie with several girls, including Carrie, after gym class.

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* In ''Film/GIJane'', the title character showers while the male senior chief talks to her.
* ''{{Carrie}}'' has
Case in ''Film/TheUnborn'' gets a shower scene at the beginning of the movie with several girls, including Carrie, after gym class. scene, but you mostly see only her back.



* In ''Film/TankGirl'', Lori Petty has a waterless shower with some kind of white powder used to clean her body.
* The FinalGirl in ''Film/TheFunhouse'' is introduced to us this way. She's in the shower as she is about to be pranked by her little brother in a homage to ''Film/{{Halloween 1978}}''
* Helen Hunt takes a shower in ''Film/{{Twister}}''. Storm-chasing is no doubt dirty, gritty work with the high winds and all, but the scene itself is entirely gratuitous.
* Beverly D'Angelo in ''Film/NationalLampoonsVacation''.
* MaggieGyllenhaal gets a bathtub scene in ''Film/{{Secretary}}'', and a post-shower scene in ''Film/{{Sherrybaby}}''.
* Matthew Broderick's character in ''Film/TheCableGuy''.
* The B-horror flick ''Film/{{Abominable}}'' has a shower scene with Creator/TiffanyShepis.
* Considering that ''Film/RiskyBusiness'' was basically a movie revolving around teenage wet dreams, it is no surprise that it gives us this trope at the beginning of the movie involving a dream Tom Cruise's character has about a hot girl showering.

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* In ''Film/TankGirl'', Lori Petty has a waterless shower Seen in ''Film/{{Whiteout}}'' with some kind Kate Beckinsale's character, despite the water restrictions existing on a real life base in Antarctica which would prevent the above-mentioned 'Hollywood Shower'. It's one of white powder used to clean her body.
* The FinalGirl in ''Film/TheFunhouse'' is introduced to us this way. She's
the first scenes in the shower as she is about to be pranked by her little brother in a homage to ''Film/{{Halloween 1978}}''
* Helen Hunt takes a shower in ''Film/{{Twister}}''. Storm-chasing is no doubt dirty, gritty work with
movie, it's very gratuitous, and it's probably there because Beckinsale spends the high winds and all, but the scene itself is entirely gratuitous.
* Beverly D'Angelo in ''Film/NationalLampoonsVacation''.
* MaggieGyllenhaal gets a bathtub scene in ''Film/{{Secretary}}'', and a post-shower scene in ''Film/{{Sherrybaby}}''.
* Matthew Broderick's character in ''Film/TheCableGuy''.
* The B-horror flick ''Film/{{Abominable}}'' has a shower scene with Creator/TiffanyShepis.
* Considering that ''Film/RiskyBusiness'' was basically a movie revolving around teenage wet dreams, it is no surprise that it gives us this trope at the beginning
''rest'' of the movie involving in a dream Tom Cruise's character has about bulky parka.
* In ''Film/WildThings'', Ray Duquette (Kevin Bacon) steps out of
a hot girl showering.shower near the end [[spoiler:to meet up with Sam Lombardo, his accomplice in the whole scheme.]]



* In ''Film/TheCrow'', Myca, Top Dollar's consort/sister is introduced taking a shower.
* In ''Film/{{Alien 3}}'', Ripley has a shower scene shortly after cutting off her hair.
* ''Film/PitchPerfect'' has this as an important plot point where Chloe witnesses Beca's singing talent and sings a duet rendition of Titanium by David Guetta in the same stall. After they are done singing, a naked man walks into them to compliment their singing.
* Played for laughs in ''Film/{{Charade}}'' when Creator/CaryGrant takes a shower in AudreyHepburn's bathroom -- fully clothed.
* Downplayed in ''Film/{{Riddick}}'' where TheSquadette handwashes herself from a basin (she's on a desert planet so water would be restricted). We get a look at Creator/KateeSackhoff topless so no-one is complaining (including Katee, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4kxfxh8UNE as her breast "looked it was 22"]] due to her raised arm as she scrubbed.)
* ''Film/SweetSixteen'' opens with a gratuitous shower scene. As if that wasn't sleazy enough, the character that audience just ogled washing herself is revealed later to be only fifteen years old.
* In ''Film/WildThings'', Ray Duquette (Kevin Bacon) steps out of a shower near the end [[spoiler:to meet up with Sam Lombardo, his accomplice in the whole scheme.]]
* Averted in Creator/SarahPolley's film ''Film/TakeThisWaltz'', which features a shower scene in a public swimming pool featuring Creator/MichelleWilliams as protagonist Margot, Creator/SarahSilverman as her friend, and another friend of theirs, along with several other women, with no frosted glass, steam or anything else. Fanservice is averted because the three younger women are talking about and to the considerably older (and larger) women showering opposite them, and the conversation is about how you get old and nobody's young and pretty forever.
* ''Film/BabylonAD'': After arriving at the American border, Toorop has a shower scene where we're shown [[TattooedCrook his extensive collection of tattoos]].
* ''Film/SplitSecond'': Michelle (Kim Cattrall) takes a shower at Stone's apartment, during which she is almost attacked by the alien monster.
* In the second ''Film/TheNakedGun'' film, Hector Savage prepares to shoot Jane while she's in the shower. She discovers him (after he starts singing along to her rendition of "The Way We Were") and Frank rushes to her rescue. Frank and Hector accidentally open the shower curtain during their fight, leading to them both stopping to admire Jane until she realizes it and shuts the curtain again.
* ''Born American'' (1986). One of the protagonists in the gulag gets hold of a coin and tries to purchase medical care for his friend. The FriendInTheBlackMarket says it's not enough, but as he's a young man he could use it to buy... ''(puts a finger through hole in coin and leers)'' We then cut to several male inmates looking through vents into the women's shower. Contrary to the usual GirlsBehindBars trope, the [[FanDisservice women are rather unshapely]].
* Used as a form of {{sexposition}} in ''Film/OtherHalves'', a rare case of passing UsefulNotes/TheBechdelTest in a shower scene.
* ''Film/SpidersIIBreedingGround'': Alexandra takes a shower in the captain's cabin after they arrive on the ship. One of the other crew members [[ThePeepingTom spies on her]].

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* In ''Film/TheCrow'', Myca, Top Dollar's consort/sister is introduced taking a shower.
* In ''Film/{{Alien 3}}'', Ripley has a shower scene shortly after cutting off her hair.
* ''Film/PitchPerfect'' has this as an important plot point where Chloe witnesses Beca's singing talent and sings a duet rendition of Titanium by David Guetta in the same stall. After they are done singing, a naked man walks into them to compliment their singing.
* Played for laughs in ''Film/{{Charade}}'' when Creator/CaryGrant takes a shower in AudreyHepburn's bathroom -- fully clothed.
* Downplayed in ''Film/{{Riddick}}'' where TheSquadette handwashes herself from a basin (she's on a desert planet so water would be restricted). We get a look at Creator/KateeSackhoff topless so no-one is complaining (including Katee, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4kxfxh8UNE as her breast "looked it was 22"]] due to her raised arm as she scrubbed.)
* ''Film/SweetSixteen'' opens with a gratuitous shower scene. As if that wasn't sleazy enough, the
Harrison Ford's character that audience just ogled washing in ''Film/{{Witness}}'' walks in on his Amish hostess giving herself is revealed later to be only fifteen years old.
* In ''Film/WildThings'', Ray Duquette (Kevin Bacon) steps out of
a shower near the end [[spoiler:to meet up with Sam Lombardo, his accomplice in the whole scheme.]]
* Averted in Creator/SarahPolley's film ''Film/TakeThisWaltz'', which features a shower scene in a public swimming pool featuring Creator/MichelleWilliams as protagonist Margot, Creator/SarahSilverman as her friend, and another friend of theirs, along with several other women, with no frosted glass, steam or anything else. Fanservice is averted because the three younger women are talking about and to the considerably older (and larger) women showering opposite them, and the conversation is about how you get old and nobody's young and pretty forever.
* ''Film/BabylonAD'': After arriving at the American border, Toorop has a shower scene where we're shown [[TattooedCrook his extensive collection of tattoos]].
* ''Film/SplitSecond'': Michelle (Kim Cattrall) takes a shower at Stone's apartment, during which she is almost attacked by the alien monster.
* In the second ''Film/TheNakedGun'' film, Hector Savage prepares to shoot Jane while she's in the shower. She discovers him (after he starts singing along to her rendition of "The Way We Were") and Frank rushes to her rescue. Frank and Hector accidentally open the shower curtain during their fight, leading to them both stopping to admire Jane until she realizes it and shuts the curtain again.
* ''Born American'' (1986). One of the protagonists in the gulag gets hold of a coin and tries to purchase medical care for his friend. The FriendInTheBlackMarket says it's not enough, but as he's a young man he could use it to buy... ''(puts a finger through hole in coin and leers)'' We then cut to several male inmates looking through vents into the women's shower. Contrary to the usual GirlsBehindBars trope, the [[FanDisservice women are rather unshapely]].
* Used as a form of {{sexposition}} in ''Film/OtherHalves'', a rare case of passing UsefulNotes/TheBechdelTest in a shower scene.
* ''Film/SpidersIIBreedingGround'': Alexandra takes a shower in the captain's cabin after they arrive on the ship. One of the other crew members [[ThePeepingTom spies on her]].
sponge bath.


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* In the third ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' movie, Bender's Game. One scene very early into the film takes place in a communal shower, where characters of both sexes shower together (Amy, Leela, Fry, Bender and Zoidberg). Glimpses of rears can be seen, however [[SceneryCensor frontal nudity is obscured]].
14th Jan '17 1:17:44 PM AsForMyHandle
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'''Harry:''' Oh, yeah! But then [[ComicallyMissingThePoint this naked girl got in and you could barely see the shower.]]

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'''Harry:''' Oh, yeah! But then [[ComicallyMissingThePoint this naked girl got in and you could barely see the shower.]]
9th Dec '16 7:17:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/SpidersIIBreedingGround'': Alexandra takes a shower in the captain's cabin after they arrive on the ship. One of the other crew members [[ThePeepingTom spies on her]].
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* Played for laughs in ''Film/{{Charade}}'' when CaryGrant takes a shower in AudreyHepburn's bathroom -- fully clothed.

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* Played for laughs in ''Film/{{Charade}}'' when CaryGrant Creator/CaryGrant takes a shower in AudreyHepburn's bathroom -- fully clothed.
4th Nov '16 4:16:21 PM WillKeaton
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[[folder:Music]]
* In the music video for Jewel's song Stand spends at least half of it with her in the shower.
* Alizée's song "J'en ai marre". Cute French girl, fully dressed, in a giant glass cube, water pouring over her half the time. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mi4ncdWdSv8 Oh, and the song is quite catchy too.]]
* In Music/{{AOA}}'s dance unit's fanservice-heavy "Miniskirt" video, member Hyejeong takes a shower clothed... and then takes [[BathtubScene a bubble bath]] unclothed.
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[[folder:Music]]
* In the music video for Jewel's song Stand spends at least half of it with her in the shower.
* Alizée's song "J'en ai marre". Cute French girl, fully dressed, in a giant glass cube, water pouring over her half the time. Oh, and the song is quite catchy too. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mi4ncdWdSv8
* In Music/{{AOA}}'s dance unit's fanservice-heavy "Miniskirt" video, member Hyejeong takes a shower clothed... and then takes [[BathtubScene a bubble bath]] unclothed.
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4th Nov '16 4:15:10 PM WillKeaton
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* And even StreetFighterIV got into the act; during Seth's intro, there is a scene with Seth taking a shower.

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* And even StreetFighterIV ''StreetFighterIV'' got into the act; during Seth's intro, there is a scene with Seth taking a shower.



** Done as part of the 2007 AprilFoolsDay strip, [[http://www.the-whiteboard.com/autoaf07.html here]].
** And again in [[http://the-whiteboard.com/autoaf2012.html 2012]].

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** Done as part of the 2007 AprilFoolsDay strip, [[http://www.the-whiteboard.com/autoaf07.html here]].
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** And again in [[http://the-whiteboard.com/autoaf2012.html 2012]].2012.]]



* [[http://blip.tv/welshy/tgwtg-users-video-4th-year-anniversary-celebreation-6286467 Shows up]] in Welshy's year 4 anniversary video.

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* [[http://blip.tv/welshy/tgwtg-users-video-4th-year-anniversary-celebreation-6286467 Shows up]] up in Welshy's year 4 anniversary video.]]
11th Oct '16 9:10:07 PM oldtimeyradiopictures
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* Used as a form of {{sexposition}} in ''Film/OtherHalves'', a rare case of passing UsefulNotes/TheBechdelTest in a shower scene.
30th Jul '16 12:21:31 AM JackG
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* ''Born American'' (1986). One of the protagonists in the gulag gets hold of a coin and tries to purchase medical care for his friend. The FriendInTheBlackMarket says it's not enough, but as he's a young man he could use it to buy... ''(puts a finger through hole in coin and leers)'' We then cut to several male inmates looking through vents into the women's shower. Contrary to the usual GirlsBehindBars trope, the [[FanDisservice women are rather unshapely]].
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