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#1 Old 07-08-2004, 08:30 PM
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Saw some "Who's the Boss" re-runs, and damn, I forgot how banging hot Alyssa Milano was back in the day. Shoooooot, she was one of my keynote fantasies back in the pre-teen/early teen days. I wasn't a boy scout, but she certainly could make me pitch a tent.



Anyone remember the show "Petticoat Junction"? Loved that opening scene with the lovely young ladies popping up over the side of the water tower, and you just knew they were nekkid on the other side. I was only 5 when I watched that show, but I knew damn well I wanted to see the other side of that water tower.



And last but not least...Jeannie... ay, ay, ay!!! A hot chick who ran around with her midriff showing, called you master, and would disappear when you clapped your hands? Oh, goodness gracious it put my young mind to work.



Now that I think about it...I think my issues today can be traced to early afternoon tv shows. (I won't even go into the Brady Bunch menage a tois that flitted through my decrepit mind...)
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You are bringing back memories, Dude.
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Petticoat Junction? Hmmm...never heard of that but I used to want to look like Alyssa Milano. My hotties were (elementary school) Shaun Cassidy and Jimmy Page. (my taste has since improved--I swear) Then in junior high and high school I had it bad for one man and one man only. In fact, now, I have an agreement with my husband that if David Bowie ever comes knocking, I have permission to have an affair with him with no marital repercussions.
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Robert Plant, Paul McCartney, and John Ritter
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Adam Ant...Iggy Pop...Robert Redford....Bella Lugosi....um, me? now im shrivled and unloved.

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Petticoat Junction...geez, my grandma used to watch that show.



Back in *my* day. heh We ogled Michael J. Fox and Malcom Jamal Warner.



Nowadays, I'm tempted to get cable just to watch reruns of Law & Order during the Benjamin Bratt years.



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Ahh, the pre-pubescent days ...



Tootie (Kim Fields) from facts of life, she even looked cute in her braces.



http://www.tvtome.com/tvtome/servlet...Facts_of_Life/



Daisy Duke (Catherine Bach) from the Dukes of Hazzard. I am forever thankful for her introduction of the "Daisy Duke" shorts which have provided for some serious eye candy.
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How could I forget Daisy Duke?



Oh, mama. Ms. Bach was banging!
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I have always had a HUGE crush on Paul Newman. He is so adorable. hmmmm who else...I have always had a crush on John Frusciante of the RHCP too.
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When I was a kid I wanted to look like Daisy Duke when I grew up. Heh.
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Samantha from "Who's the Boss?" was probably my first and only genuine TV celebrity crush.
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Okay, I'm dishin'.

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The guys of the Rat Patrol including Eric Braden.

Bo and Luke Duke

The original Starsky and Huch

Eric Estrada

Robert Urick

Burt Reynolds on Gunsmoke
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Samantha from "Who's the Boss?" was probably my first and only genuine TV celebrity crush.



wait... was that the blonde chick he worked for???? gross!!!!!!!



mine was alex from fam. ties. *sigh*

kirk cameron from growing pains. cant remmber his name

van damme in double impact... *drools still, in shame*

that one guy guy in 21 jump st. not depp but the guy who also played in pam anderson's VIP... OMG!!!!!!!!! smokin hot even still

‎"I just think there's something in being lost. I never feel lost. I just think, 'Oh. I've taken a diversion'." ~ Karl Pilkington
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Billy Idol and his wannabe Elvis snarl

Kirk Hammett of Metallica

Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe

Dan Spitz from Anthrax

Glenn Danzig
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Hmmm...my attraction to bad men goes way back.



I'm almost ashamed to say it. Robert Downey Jr. in The Pick-up Artist, and other movies he was in, including Less Than Zerio. There was always something electrifying about his performance....his very persona. Looking back I think it must have been his cocaine use.



Why oh why did I wait until I was 32 to get therapy?



Sorry, these trips down memory lane really do nothing for me.



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Wow, I'd forgotten about 21 Jump Street. I loved that show--it was the first time I'd ever seen Johnny Depp---he's definitely yummy. (still)
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I'm young, and I still think (younger) Paul McCartney was a stud muffin.



And what about Billy Idol?!
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Scott Baio (sp?), Shawn Cassidy, and Leif Garrett in my way young years (think under 10) and a tad later it was Matt Dillon (still is my biggest all time crush), John Schneider on Dukes of Hazard, Tony Danza, and Eddie Van Halen. Those were my big ones.



Growing up, I always thought that Jacquelyn Smith on Charlie's Angel was beautiful as well as Jane Seymore. I thought that Kristy McNichol was adorable and I had a thing for her when that movie was out with her and Matt Dillon where they go to camp. Tatum O'Neil is in it. Can't remember the name of the movie. I'm sure someone can though. Good flick.
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Scott Baio (sp?), Shawn Cassidy, and Leif Garrett in my way young years (think under 10) and a tad later it was Matt Dillon (still is my biggest all time crush), John Schneider on Dukes of Hazard, Tony Danza, and Eddie Van Halen. Those were my big ones.



Growing up, I always thought that Jacquelyn Smith on Charlie's Angel was beautiful as well as Jane Seymore. I thought that Kristy McNichol was adorable and I had a thing for her when that movie was out with her and Matt Dillon where they go to camp. Tatum O'Neil is in it. Can't remember the name of the movie. I'm sure someone can though. Good flick.





Oh yeah--wasn't it "Little Darlings" ???????
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Don Johnson was a major hottie when Miami Vice first came out. Now, he's just a bloated, drunken, coke fiend.
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I'm young, and I still think (younger) Paul McCartney was a stud muffin.



Yum...
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When I was a kid it was the heydays of Magnum PI. And I still think Tom Selleck is absolutely delicious.
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Life, I'll bet there aren't 5 on this board that remember Medical Center, or Burt Reynolds on Gunsmoke. The Rat Patrol????







Ok, here's the real list. The hottest women on tv. Ever.



Victoria Cannon (Linda Cristol) on The High Chaparal Be still my heart . . .



Marilyn Munster (Pat Priest)



Ginger (Tina Louise) on Gilligan's Island.



Farah Fawcette, before she started playing a dumbass. Ok, maybe she wasn't acting . . .



And the hottest, most sexy woman ever to grace the tv screen (or the silver screen, for that matter), Ann Margaret.
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Even these days she still looks hot as can be . . . . .
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Ponch was was pretty hot.
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And last but not least...Jeannie... ay, ay, ay!!! A hot chick who ran around with her midriff showing, called you master, and would disappear when you clapped your hands? Oh, goodness gracious it put my young mind to work.



Yeah, Jeannie was pretty much the pinnacle of TV Sitcom Fantasy Material. I'm really surprised Major Nelson ever left the house. I think he must have been America's first gay astronaut, or something.



Isn't Barbara Eden like 70 now? I hear she's still a hottie...







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Yeah, Jeannie was pretty much the pinnacle of TV Sitcom Fantasy Material.



I thought Wonder Woman was the pinnacle....
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