Jennie Bares All

From LGPedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Episode 366/2x110
Jennie Bares All

Talk to the hand.

Blogger Sarah & Jennie
Date Posted December 4th, 2007
Forum 15191|3=lg15}}
Length 2:45
Description This is Jennie's first time. Be gentle.
Location(s) Lullaby Project
YouTube Tags lonelygirl15 bree danielbeast daniel jonastko jonas lg15
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried
Series Producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Supervising Producer(s) Mary Feuer
Director(s) Marcello Daciano
Camera Justin Thompson
Vidplay Jan Libby
Story Mary Feuer, Jan Libby, Jonathan Robert Kaplan, and Mesh Flinders
Editor(s) Kevin Schlanser
Music Supervisor Seth Jacobs
Sarah Alexandra Dreyfus
Jennie Melanie Merkosky
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "Playing Doctor"
Next "Conjugal Visit"
Previous by Sarah "Missing Girl Found"
Next by Sarah "Free Love"
Directly after "It Didn't Happen (Did It?)"

Jennie Bares All is the three-hundred sixty-sixth video in the lonelygirl15 video series. It is also the one-hundred tenth video of season two.


(Jennie walks and finds a place to sit down.)

Jennie: Here we go. Is this okay?

Sarah: Yes.

(Cuts to Jennie with her head really close to the camera.)

Jennie: I don't see where it says that.

Sarah: It's on, just say something.

(Jennie goes to sit back down.)

Jennie: Okay. What do I say?

Sarah: I don't know, we only have five minutes. So just say something.

Jennie: Okay. (Sarah laughs.) My name is Jennie. And I'm coming to you today from the center of our lovely new Lullaby Village.

Sarah: Claudia calls it the "Global Lullaby Village."

Jennie: Yes, yes. Uh, no offense to Claudia, but "Global Lullaby Village" for some reason reminds me of that ride, It's A Small World. You float down this dark stream while listening to the phrase, (Sings) "It's a small world after all" being sung repeatedly by animatronics. Shades of Leni Riefenstahl.

Sarah: Who's that?

Jennie: She made propaganda films for Hitler. On a lighter note, we moved today. Um, the Lullaby Project, that is. And today was Sarah's first relocation. Yay Sarah. (Jennie claps and Sarah cheers quietly in the background.) Come say hi to (beckons Sarah over) whoever [sic].

Sarah: Okay.

(Sarah goes and sits down next to Jennie)

Sarah: (Referring to tripod, on which she has now placed the camera.) I brought that.

Jennie: I see that.

Sarah: Trained professional.

Jennie: Say hello.

Sarah: Hey (wave)

Jennie: Why don't you tell everyone a little bit about what we've done the past few days, Sarah.

Sarah: Well, we packed up the tents, put the tents on a truck, took the tents off the truck...

Jennie: (laughing) And then we drove all the way here to our new Global Lullaby Home and set everything back up again up here in the mountains.

Sarah: Yes, presto. Instant medical complex.

Jennie: Yes. The Lullaby Project is like the sea monkey of medical complexes.

Sarah: (Incredulously) What??

Jennie: What, you don't know what a sea monkey is?

Sarah: No, I'm just a little surprised by the obscure reference.

Jennie: Oh c'mon! (hip bumps Sarah) You know me by now!

Sarah: Yes... yes.

Jennie: (Getting really close to the camera.) I'm all about obscure.

Sarah: So these people, the something-or-other Indians.

Jennie: Tarahumara.

Sarah: They were really happy to see us. And um, they even brought out this huge feast.

Jennie: And you were Miss Awesomeness for helping them clean up afterwards.

Sarah: Aww.... eh.

Jennie: Yes! (Gestures to high five Sarah.)

Sarah: High fiving is kinda lame.

Jennie: No, it's not.

Sarah: Yeah, a little bit. Put your hand down. (She pulls Jennie's hand down.)

Jennie: Should we end this?

Sarah: Well, we have a few more minutes, so why don't you tell everybody how you got hooked up with the Lullaby Project?

Jennie: Why?

Sarah: It's kind of inspiring.

Jennie: No it's not.

Sarah: Yes it is.

Jennie: I'm tired.

Sarah: Okay, I will tell it, then. This is the Jennie story! She was in... Wa... Uh...

Jennie: Oaxaca.

Sarah: ...Oaxaca, studying Anthropology.

Jennie: Yes. My field study was over, and I totally wasn't into going back to Berkley yet. I honestly wanted to do something to help people rather than just study them, so I volunteered for the Lullaby Project, and here I am!

Sarah: You rock.

Jennie: No, you rock.

Sarah: You rockity-rock.

Jennie: (Faces camera and points at Sarah.) Rockity-rock!

Sarah: She tried to high-five me.

Jennie: What?

Sarah: I'm just saying.

(Jennie laughs.)


  • Jennie is not the only one who attended UC Berkley; Creators Greg and Amanda Goodfried, and Miles Beckett all attended the school as well.
  • Both the title as well as the description are thinly veiled sexual references.
  • The "Global Lullaby Village" is possibly a reference to Marshal McLuhan's "Global Village".