TV Round-Up

Kristen Miller will take off her top in the (s6e1) season premiere of Dexter.

This will air October 2.


  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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"Game of Thrones"

e5, 1080 HD

Esme Bianco film clips. See below.

Scoop's notes:

Esme's character is not in the books. Yeah, I read them. In fact, I just read them this summer, when the fifth one was released. I'm still a nerd at heart, I guess. The series consists of five books, about 1000 pages each. There are two more yet to come, and they probably won't come very soon, because there was a six-year quietus between the publication of volumes four and five.

I made a great strategic error after getting hooked on this series. I started out on the right track. My strategy for season one was perfect. I watched all the shows first, then read the book. That's what you should do if you like the series, because the books will fill in a lot more detail that can't be covered in the time allotted to a television series.

But I was hooked, and curious, so I read ahead in the books, and I now know how everything turns out, at least to the extent that the author has finished the story. That means I've completely spoiled the next several years of watching the show, and this is not a show you want to spoil, because the author is not afraid to break all the rules with his plot twists. Do you admire a character? Don't get too empathetic, because this author may well kill off the guy who seems to be the hero. That's what happened to Sean Bean's character in season one! There will be many more wild twists like that in the future, and I regret that I've spoiled them for myself.

My advice is the following. If you have more will power than I, watch the shows first, and then read the books only up to that same point in the chronology.

Enough bullshit. Here's the stills:




Employee of the Month


Brainscan's comments:

A small attempt to fill the seasonal slow-down in nekkid babes ...

Saw a movie called Wilfred. It's wickedly funny even though it stars Frodo and I got sick of seeing his mopey ass about a third of the way through the last of the movies about hobbits and wizards and Liv Tyler with pointy ears. Dog with an Australian accent - gotta love it - and the gal who owns him has what looks to be a delightful rack.

And sure enough she has shown off the twins in some movie.

Her name is Fiona Gubelmann.

Dann and a few others capped this scene from Employee of the Month, made in 2004 but none of them was nearly so obsessed as I am. So, a dozen collages and a clip. The clip is funny in a stripper-has-a-terrible-childhood sort of way and Fiona brings it off and I was hoping the disc would have an extended scene and maybe some cuts from a second camera and I don't know maybe an hours worth of Fiona's body but drat all they had was a lame-o still of her with her clothes on. Bastards.

Fiona film clip (see below)



Los Abrazos Rotos


In 1080p!

Penelope Cruz (samples below)

Kira Miro (sample below)



Film Clips

(followed by samples or thumbnails when available)

Aubrey Dollar on stage in Completeness. She's one of those women who always seem to be about ready to be stars, then never quite clear the hurdles, Caroline Dhavernas-style. These clips and caps are brand new. The show is just about to close its New York run.


Jennifer Aniston in Horrible Bosses in DVD quality (no nudity, but lots of dirty talk)

Vicky Araico in the subtle masterpiece World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries (2011)

Vivienne Harvey in Carmen's Kiss (2010)

Ludivine Sagnier in Pieds nus sur les limaces (2010). Once more, but this time in 1080p. Diane Kruger also appears, albeit clothed.

Two Valeria Golino nude roles in 1080p: Immortal Beloved (1994) and Rain Man (1988)


Here is YouTube sensation spricket24, photographed naked. (Before the birth of her child.) Her real name is Karen Alloy. Spectacular body. (Info here.)


Swedish model Caroline Winberg

Nancy Allen in Dressed to Kill (1980). Nancy is in her sixties now, and is the director of a support center for cancer patients.

Angie Dickinson in Dressed to Kill. You wanna feel old? A week from today, Angle turns 80. Three days earlier, Wilford Brimley turns a mere 77. Three years older than Wilford Brimley is pretty damned old.