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"The Sopranos"

The Sopranos episodes 9 through 13 had no exposure from identified actresses, although there were new strippers, some unknown hookers, and a woman with a lot of cleavage named Isabella who does not appear in the credits. Since Scoopy produced great images for the entire 4 DVD set covering the exposure, I put some energy into a few very large and or artistic images of non-nude players, including James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, and Jamie Lynn Sigler to finish off my images for this first season.

In the last third of the first season, Tony is on an even keel with his immediate family, but his mother and his uncle are more trouble than ever. There is talk of federal indictments, and there is a rat in the organization. This may be the finest production by HBO, and the DVDs do it justice with a good transfer and lots of extras. I hope they will release season 2 on DVD soon.

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  • Edie Falco
  • Jamie Lynn Sigler
  • Strippers
  • Unknown
  • Hookers (1, 2, 3)
  • James Gandolfini
  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)
    Last minute additions:

    Kate Capshaw and Elle Macpherson in Showtime's "A Girl thing" - first two are mine, the third from PicHound. Poor quality, but better than we had yesterday. Maybe tomorrow will be better still. (1, 2, 3)



    The Comeback Kid does it again.

    About a month ago, I predicted that the indictment of President Clinton was imminent, possibly immediately after the inauguration of the new President. I was the only one who seemed to be aware of it. Even though the mainstream media seemed not to grasp the story, it was clear that the special prosecutor was facing an untenable position if it did not indict him:

    • they knew he fibbed to the grand jury
    • they didn't want to admit they had spent years, and millions of taxpayers' dollars, with no results on Clinton himself
    • if they did not indict him, according to the special prosecutor act, they had to reimburse him for all the legal expenses he incurred defending himself - exact amount unknown, but said to be tens of millions of dollars

    I foresaw that this would be tremendous political gold for Dubya, who could come riding in as a white knight to grant a pardon, and play the role of magnanimous diplomat and healer.

    But there was one possibility I did not foresee. Clinton knew an indictment was imminent, and struck a deal.

    Clinton managed to outfox his opponents one last time, and struck a deal. Obviously, the prosecutor said "We either have to indict you or pay you the big bucks. We don't want to pay and admit that we accomplished nothing, and you don't want to get indicted. How can we solve this problem?" The special prosecutor agreed not to indict if Clinton agreed to admit to misleading statements, and that he would not seek the reimbursement he was owed if unindicted. They worked out a solution that allowed both parties to spin it their own way.

    Obviously, Clinton's agreement meant that he knew an indictment was forthcoming. Well, let's put it this way: if he thought there would be no indictment, he paid millions of dollars to get the deal. If there was no indictment coming, he paid those millions, because a "no indictment" situation allowed him to recapture his legal fees. But if an indictment was coming, then he paid nothing, since an indictment relieves the government of the responsibility to reimburse him, so in that case he would pay his own fees with or without the agreement.


    So he paid nothing and managed to take the only route that would not allow Dubya to capitalize on the endgame, and left Hillary's career unscathed! The chessmaster, as grand masters always do, left the lesser players scratching their heads.

    Good for Clinton. That story was getting boring, and ending it was in the best interest of the nation, as well as both parties, so I'm glad to see it go. President Clinton had his weaknesses, to be sure, but his opponents and his supporters agreed on one thing. The man is slick. He spent nine years as the rabbit in front of the hounds, trapped more times that we can remember, and yet still alive and hopping, with all the hounds having done nothing more than a bunch of barking.



    I did "Black Mama, White Mama", a grade-b 1972 sensationalist (for its time) T&A film featuring Pam Grier.




    new movies I reviewed for nudity and content

    O Brother, Where Art Thou? - a masterpiece of genre filmmaking, and a remarkably human and touching side of the Coen brothers. I can't imagine that it will find a mass audience, but I liked it. (No nudity)

    What Women Want - cutsie-pie romantic comedy about a guy who develops extrasensory mind-reading powers, uses them shamelessly at first, then becomes a better person. Goes to show we could have world peace if everyone could have ESP. Good enough for its genre, but WAY too long (136 minutes). (No female nudity. Gibson gets naked - in fact, he does a Sharon Stone thing with a leg crossing.)

    Had a major U. K. cutie yesterday. How about another today? Her name is Lara Thorn, although I have seen scans of her passed off as Michele Clack. (1, 2, 3, 4)

    Vanessa Angel is another beauty. Have seen the video, Homicidal Impulse, with some pretty obvious cuts from her face to a body double's breasts. In the movie, Another Chance, she does have something a real topless scene. There is she is in a jacuzzi, with one arm covering one breast and the bubbles covering the other. Capped this momma because I thought a frame-by-frame approach would give us a couple in which the bubbles gave out momentarily. The best there was happened with a mid-distance shot (lower left frame of the collage); the best of the rest are here. Maybe on DVD....?

    Last one is Vendela Kirsebom in the 25th Anniversary Sports Illustrated Swimsuit tape. Left side of the collage is a composite of a slow scan upward. The rest are bits and pieces of the same continuous shot.

    Comments by RDO:

    Claudia Cepeda
    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
    8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,
    14, 15, 16, 17, 18,
    19, 20, 21)

    As promised, here are the rest of the caps from Episode 1 of "The Story of'O': The Series". I may have to wait for the rest of them to move from the one-day rental shelf to the 7-day shelf, though. I took me two days just to get through one episode, and there are two episodes each on 5 discs!

    Eva Haberman
    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

    The Lexx caps in yesterday's page jogged my memory. I just happen to have a set from Lexx as well with more bare boobs and a few more upskirts.

    Jennifer MacDonald In the movie "Headless Body In Topless Bar". True to the title, she is topless.

    Yvette Mimieux Topless and getting felt up in scenes from "Jackson County Jail".

    Bernadette Penotti Fully nude with breast exposure from "No Way Home".

    Lisa Eichhorn In scenes from "Cutter's Way".
    and ...
    Barbara Auer Bare bum, lots of leg, and a bit of partial side breast exposure from 1993's "Tödliche Lügen", by UC99.

    Barbara Rudnik Also by UC99, Barbara soaking wet in 'caps from "Das Biest im Bodensee". See-thru exposure may or may not be there...I think this one requires a bit of imagination.

    Kate Moss Blackshine's latest is a color scan with pokies.

    Susan Ward A very sexy girl doing the ol' arms over boobs pose from the April 2000 issue of Maxim US, by KZ.

    Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
    (1, 2)
    Also from the April 2000 issue of Maxim US, by KZ. #1 has Jodi in a skimpy leather 2 piece outfit. #2 has a bit of bum cleavage.

    Kirsten Dunst From "The Virgin Suicides". Sorry, no goodies.

    Michelle Williams
    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
    8, 9, 10, 11, 12)
    Just about every frame of Michelle's nude scenes from "If These Walls Could Talk 2". (links #1,5,6,7,8,9,10,11) Plus a few non-nudes with Michelle making out with Chloë Sevigny.
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