• * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Jessica Biel HD (1920x1080) film clip (part 2 of many)

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TV Land

Today is a "Hankster Light" all TV Land edition.

Jenny McCarthy shows mega cleavage on an old episode of "My Name is Earl". Caps and a HD clip.


Katie Couric (to this old guy she is still as cute as a button) shows a little leg to Leno. Caps and a 1080 HD clip.

Nancy O'Dell visits "Fox & Friends" and is interviewed by Gretchen Carlson (Miss America 1989). Nancy was Miss South Carolina 1987. Caps and a HD clip.

Maybe I should have called this oldtimers day.







Notes and collages

Eaten Alive


Janet Agren

A Killer Within


Sean Young

Une Journee de Merde


Edea Darque

Lost Treasure of the Grand Canyon


Shannen Doherty







Synecdoche, N.Y.


7If you put 10 different people in a room and asked them their opinion of this 2008 drama, I suspect you'd get 10 different answers ranging from "great" to "awful". My personal opinion is somewhat in the middle. This movie is an intensive character study that sometimes drags, but an outstanding cast and excellent acting save it from being really bad. However, that doesn't make it really good.

After a successful production of Death of a Salesman in a regional theater in Schenectady using uncharacteristically young actors, theater director Caden Cotard (Philip Seymour Hoffman) is awarded a MacArthur grant to create a new play. He decides to immerse himself in creating a play with brutal realism and honesty, something on a grandiose scale.

Caden rents a warehouse in New York's theater district, and constructs a mockup of the city, which he populates with an ensemble cast to duplicate the mundane moments of his life and the people that inhabit it, including the many women in his life. As months turn into years and more and more characters are added to the cast, things become more bizarre as the script keeps changing to reflect the changes in Caden's life, including multiple chronic illnesses. Still, the play is never finished to the point of opening.

Yeah, this is another really weird one, but some of the character studies are fascinating. It simply isn't for everyone. The caps are from the Blu-ray version.

Emily Watson Jennifer Jason Leigh Michelle Williams
Robin Weigert Samantha Morton  







Rollergirl in a tight dress, no bra. I don't know how she could look exactly the same as she did in Boogie Nights, which was made a dozen years ago. I don't want to know, because I like her and I'd rather not hear that she bathes nightly in the blood of slaughtered virgins or, even worse, has been surgically altered.


AnnaLynne McCord upskirt, see-through panties. Here's Scoopy's tip for you youngsters who want to be female celebrities: comfy cotton underwear. Fortunately for us, few celebs will heed my tips.

Britney Spears upskirt

New collages: Julianne Moore in Short Cuts

New collages: Kate French in Fired Up


Film Clips