TV Recap

Naked News had a funny segment, with a naked Eila Adams hosting a clip featuring Bob Barker and Adam Sandler reprising their roles from Happy Gilmore.

Keri Russell showed her butt again, albeit not as clearly as last time, in The Americans, s3e7

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"NYPD Blue"

Season One! (1993)


Scoop's note: Very exciting work by Aesthete. This groundbreaking TV series has never been equalled by any other network show when it comes to nudity, which sort of shows you that society does not always move forward. In 1993, we had SSTs flying from London to New York in 3 1/2 hours; we had seven space shuttle missions; and we had naked people on network TV.

As far as I know, nobody has even collected all the nudity and sexy scenes from this show systematically. Aesthete has not only done that, but he has done it in 1080hd! U da man, Aesthete!

today: s1e7

Julianne Christie


Beverly Hills Naked Cheerleader Contest


Part 3

Antoinette Abbot film clip (collages below)


Heading to the Orient this week, with movies from Japan and Korea (and naturally only South Korea). Identification is sometimes difficult as my understand of the Japanese and Korean writing system is zilch, and the IMDB is not always helpful.

Today: KOREA

Samaritan Girl

Samaritan Girl aka Samaria (2004) has Ji Min Kwak

and Min Jeong Seo both topless.


Ok Bin Kim is topless in Thirst aka Bakjwi (2009).

The Yellow Sea

The Yellow Sea aka Hwanghae (2010) shows Lee El topless.



Johnny's comments:

The Anomaly is an alternate universe thriller that begins in London with Ryan (Noel Clarke, also director) who wakes up in the back of a truck with a tied up kid with him. He helps the kid escape, chased by the besuited Harkin (Ian Somerhalder) and a bunch of cops, but something isn't right and Ryan realises that he is the kidnapper. He has a seizure-like episode and wakes up in a boarded up room where he meets Harkin who tells him of a plan involving the boy, but something still isn't right and Ryan and Harkin get into a fight which ends in Harkin tells Ryan that he is in a loop where he reboots every 9 minutes and 47 seconds or if he is incapacitated and that he should wait it out until everything is fixed. After his next seizure-like episode, he wakes up having sex with a prostitute Dana (Alexis Knapp) who seems to be a regular acquaintance. As Ryan attempts to work out who he is, he uses Dana to escape Russian mobsters in the brothel and finds out that this 'reality' is in New York. Then, has another seizure-like episode and wakes up with a group of agents headed by Elkin (Luke Hemsworth) who are waterboarding a criminal scientist Leonid (Niall Greig Fulton) where Ryan helps him escape, but after the next seizure, it turns out Leonid is being used to build a super virus, not that he has a problem with that. So, can Ryan save the kid and world, work out who he is and unravel this insane plot?

Interesting movie that has a major problem in that it's way too complicated to keep up with everything. Every reboot is a like a complete restart of plot as Ryan (and the viewer) work out which Ryan is in the 'reality'. I only partially understand it and it really needs another viewing at the very least. Also, there's a ludicrous amount of similar looking fight scenes, almost one every reboot, which gets a bit monotonous after a while. But apart from that, The Anomaly is silly, but at the very least, an interesting if complicated tale that keeps the interest all the way through.

Alexis Knapp film clip (collages below)

Lydia Piechowiak film clip (sample below)

TV and Film Clips

Holly Weston in Assassin (2015)

Sylvie Testud in Les deferlantes (2013) in 720p

Rebecca Marshall in Party Down (s2e3)

Barbora Bobulova in La spettatrice (2004)

Vivi Rau in Der ma vaere en sengekant (1975)