At this point we’re surprised that “Girls” creator and star Lena Dunham wasn’t invited to the Supreme Court to present her slide show. After all, the Golden Globe winner has been declared the voice of her generation by many as well as a “Brave Thinker” and “Woman of the Year.” But would “Tony and Clarence” be moved by the images of beautiful marriages?

Not everyone is so anxious to see Dunham show up with her projector.

For now, it seems SCOTUS is doing just fine without Dunham’s input (although Rob Reiner did manage to sneak to the front of the line today). Will the Constitution be enough to keep the argument interesting?