Dane says he was happy to have an intimacy coordinator on set for the pilot episode's full-frontal scene, something HBO now requires for all of its shows. "It helps to have one voice in your ear," he says. "One voice that you can express your feelings to, and somebody that is an advocate for the actors. It just simplifies a lot of things and makes for a safe and comfortable environment while shooting something that is fairly uncomfortable to shoot." Dane confirms the use of a prosthetic for his full-frontal scene, but says he offered to go completely naked for an isolated shot. “I’m willing to do anything that’s critical to the story and crucial to creating a very real and truthful feel to how the story is gonna go down,” he tells EW. “I just don’t see how you shoot a scene like that without showing nudity. And, you know, it kind of matches the stakes. The stakes are so high, you can’t hold anything back, really...Using a prosthetic is sort of protocol. It’s protocol and it’s also very considerate to your scene partner. There was one isolated shot that I suggested, ‘Look if it makes more sense to not use a prosthetic, I’m willing to go there.’ At the end of the day, because of the context, we decided that the prosthetic was the way to go, and we came to that decision as a group.” ALSO: Zendaya issued a warning shortly before Euphoria's premiere: "There are scenes that are graphic, hard to watch and can be triggering."