Created By: watermaiden15 on December 2, 2011

Bathtub Scene

Simple Bathtub Scenes meant mostly for Fanservice

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One of the most simple forms of Fanservice is having an attractive female or male spend a small amount of screen time in the tub. Many films usually use this as an easy excuse for nudity. Even though they are not very necessary, Bathtub scenes usually seem to sneak their way into many forms of media even though they are most of the time unnecessary to the plot.

When bubble bath is involved Censor Suds usually come in.


  • Blair from Soul Eater first appears in a bubbly bathtub scene in which Soul lands in her bathtub during the first episode.
    • Blair has another one in episode 4.
    • Tsubaki has one in a wooden bathtub in episode 14.
  • The movie Slither has one which is used a lot as promotion for the movie (being the only reason to see it).
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  • December 2, 2011
    Note: Alot of the material from Furo Scene is going to be moved here since alot of the content on that page was more of regular bathtub scenes than Furo scenes. Also heres more Bathtub Scene examples:

  • December 2, 2011
    In The Truth About Cats And Dogs, Janeane Garofalo and Ben Chaplin have a phone conversation with them both in separate bubble baths. In this case, the Censor Suds also cover Janeane Garofalo's tattoos.
  • December 2, 2011
    Anime and Manga
    • Many episodes of Maicchingu Machiko Sensei include a scene with the title character in the bath tub. One scene involved one of her students attempting to join her. Yeah, it's that kind of an anime.
  • December 2, 2011
    The title character of Carrie has a bathtub scene in the 1974 version where she washes all the pigs blood off of her.
  • December 3, 2011
    • There's a bathtub scene in Pretty Woman for her to enjoy the five star accomodations, that works kinda sorta as Fanservicee though only her head and one of her legs is showing for most of the scene.