The erstwhile Barbarella gave a big thumbs-down to the Oscar host's opening song-and-dance number at Sunday's ceremony that focused on her fellow actresses' willingness to go topless on screen.
While she didn't name MacFarlane by name, Fonda offered up her review of the controversial routine on her blog, saying the "We Saw Your Boobs" song was too crass given the audience tuning in.
"What I really didn't like was the song and dance number about seeing actresses' boobs. I agree with someone who said, if they want to stoop to that, why not list all the penises we've seen?" wrote the 75-year-old screen legend and feminist icon. "Better yet, remember that this is a telecast seen around the world watched by families with their children and to many this is neither appropriate or funny."
But that wasn't all Fonda had a problem with. She wasn't keen on a joke MacFarlane told about 9-year-old Oscar Quvenzhané Wallis' age in relation to a much older George Clooney when he said, "To give you an idea of how young she is, it'll be 16 years before she's too young for Clooney."
"I also didn't like the remark made about Quvenzhané and Clooney, or the stuff out of Ted's mouth and all the comments about what women do to get thin for their dresses," added the screen legend. "Waaaay too much stuff about women and bodies, as though that's what defines us."
She'll certainly be pleased to know the Family Guy mastermind said he has no intention of hosting again.
"Is there anything that beautiful creature can't do?!" she asked.