Seth Rogen Reacts After His Mom Shares a NSFW Bridgerton Review

Seth Rogen’s mom Sandy Rogen took to Twitter to make a NSFW observation about Bridgerton’s sex scenes. Keep scrolling for the actor’s hilarious response.

By Mona Thomas Mar 05, 2021 1:09 PMTags
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Parents are not shy about their thoughts on Bridgerton, just ask Seth Rogen.

On March 4, the actor's mom Sandy Rogen took to Twitter to share an interesting point about the series' steamy sex scenes.

"So on bridgerton they always seem to have their orgasms exactly at the same time," she wrote, "or at least that's what it looks like to this old lady…"

Seth's response? Well, it was more of an observation rather than opinion: "My mom reviews Bridgerton."

The show's Nicola Coughlan, who portrays Penelope Featherington, saw the review and commented, "Honoured @RogenSandy is a fan, and yes she is correct their timing is impeccable."

Of course, the more intimate scenes between Daphne and Simon—played by Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page—are highly coordinated works of art.

"We were immensely well-prepared," Page told E! News in December. "We had lessons dance lessons, writing lessons—essentially, a lot of time in each other's arms before we even hit the set. And so once you've spent that many hours on the dance floor with someone, being close to someone, literally catching each other when you fall—and we didn't fall because we weren't brilliant dancers—then a lot of it happens quite organically."

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Intimacy coordinator Lizzy Talbot co-signed the dance practices, noting, "When you're treating the intimacy scenes in the same way that you are treating the stunt rehearsals, as you are treating the dance rehearsals, it takes the awkwardness and the fear out of them because it's just another scene at that point."

Talbot also made sure it was a safe space for the actors atop of the simulated chemistry between them.

"We need to work out consent boundaries," she said. "It might be that we are working with containers, like, ‘You can put your hand from the top of my neck to the top of my lower back or anywhere in between. You've got freedom to do what you want in that area, but it doesn't go anywhere else.'"

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