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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Steveknj, Mar 27, 2009.
Which one? Pictures plz
It wouldn't take long at all to find uncensored versions from this shoot. This isn't the one I was thinking of, but it does the job nicely. The one I'm thinking of, she's completely nude, save for some uh... sand.
In my humble opinion, Alyssa Milano is Queen of the Twitterverse.
But I have a really hard time accepting her as a hot-shot lawyer on Mistresses.
A agree - I think I first was alerted to some major news events from Milano's twitter feed. I know the Haiti earthquake in 2010 was one of them.
I couldn't make it through more than a few minutes of Mistresses. I like her. I wanted to like her show. But it just wasn't working for me.
Happy Birthday Monica Potter. She is 42 today.
Elle Macpherson? Maybe not on TV.
She's legit. Been on at least a couple TV series multiple times.
I thought the rule was CURRENTLY on TV. If not then the flood gates are open
Rules? Are you a network admin? We're very lenient here. Actually, I thought the only rule was either they or their picture appeared on TV at least once.
Second rule - they must be hawt.
I can't think of a rule that would/should bar Elle McPherson. She is what I call heart-achingly attractive. Just unbelievable. Sigh. As they say in that man-centric related thread, IBIMB. Well, I would if I could do that anymore.
Who cares? So long as you post a pic of them.
Well I've come across quite a few ladies who recently turned 40 but discarded them because I thought they had to be currently on TV
If you post the pics, then we will see if they qualify. But you HAVE to post the pics!
Ah the ole "hit it and quit". Odd criteria though, having to be on tv. I would think being hawt would be good enough.
We have to make at least a minimal effort to link our topic (hawt wimmen over 40) to this forum section "Now Playing--TV Show Talk."
Otherwise, we're like dudes drinkin' in a bar, talkin' 'bout broads. We are so much more refined than that, eh?
So what you're saying is, it's vital that we have extensive discussions of the eligibility of specific women.
They don't have to currently be on TV, but they have to have been on TV post-40.
It sounds like we need a variation of this: