TV Round-Up

The Borgias continues to be disappointingly discreet, although the previews seem to promise future episodes riddled with hanky-panky. So far it has been a serious historical docudrama about political alliances and intrigues, and not the pulpy, lurid celebration of Renaissance decadence that we had hoped for.

The best this week was this disappointing flash of ... probably nothing ... from Holliday Grainger.


Game of Thrones is taking another direction. Since it takes place entirely in an alternate universe, it owes no dues to the past, and is free to create the world in any manner pleasing to its creators and audience. That includes some gratuitous sex and nudity. Here's Emilia Clarke in two scenes, first getting pounded by her barbarian husband, then learning to manipulate him. Samples below:


  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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The Soft Kill


Carrie Anne Moss clips (caps below)

Kim Morgan Greene clips (caps below)





Film Clips

Isabel Cristina Cadavid in Sin tetas no hay paraiso (2010; see below)


Linda Lucia Callejas in Sin tetas no hay paraiso (2010; see below)

Lana Cooper in Bedways (2010; see below)

Miriam Mayet in Bedways (2010; see below)

Anahi de Cardenas and Lucia Ojeda in Mancora (2008; see below)

Liz Gallardo in Mancora (2008; see below)

Netta Garty in Liebesleben (2007; see below)

Marta Calvo in Habana Blues (2005; see below)

Yailene Sierra in Habana Blues (2005; see below)

Beatrice Manowski in Und tschuess, s1e1  (1994; see below)



Rachel Bilson in a bikini last week