Media criticism of the troublingly thin 90210 actresses Shenae Grimes and Jessica Stroup continued this morning as The Early Show reported on the fact that sometimes being extremely thin is part of an actress's job. There are a few positive body role models on TV, as exemplified by a shot of Joan's butt on Mad Men and the "slim but healthy" Gossip Girls (no mention is made of Blair Waldorf's bulimia), but everyone else on TV is starving themselves to fit into size 0 evening gowns. In the clip above, Tracey Gold, the Growing Pains star who was one of the first actresses to discuss her eating disorder, and psychologist Jenn Berman discuss how TV is conditioning girls to hate their bodies.