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WARNING... THREAD HIJACK IN PROGRESS... I'm confused; the Charger is a '69 Charger R/T, yet all the police cruisers in pursuit are new Fords. What's the deal?
It's set in the present day. The Charger is a "classic" (which it was in the original show) and the police cars are contemporary. So. Who is hotter? Jessica Simpson? The new Daisy Barbara Bach? The original Daisy
post #152 of 232
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So. Who is hotter? Jessica Simpson?  The new Daisy Barbara Bach?   The original Daisy
I have to give the edge to Barbara Bach, the "Sean Connery" of the Daisy Duke role.  There's no doubt that Jessica Simpson will age more gracefully, however.
post #153 of 232
Barbera Bach was from The Spy Who Loved Me, wasn't it Catherine Bach who was daisy duke?  I could be mistaken.
post #154 of 232
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Barbera Bach was from The Spy Who Loved Me, wasn't it Catherine Bach who was daisy duke?  I could be mistaken.
Yep.  That's right.  Good catch. I would have cast Jennifer Love Hewitt as Daisy.  Daisy was no ditzy blond.  She was a crafty gal who utilized her sexuality (usually on Cletus and Enos) to help get Bo and Luke out of trouble.
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She was a crafty gal who utilized her sexuality...
I'd like either Daisy Duke to use her sexuality on me
post #156 of 232
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Barbera Bach was from The Spy Who Loved Me
Interestingly enough, she is also married to Ringo Starr.
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Speaking of Bond Girls: TIME Anniversary Special: 40 Years of James Bond BBC News 2002.-  Four decades later, James Bond still shoots to thrill. The five best James Bond women 1. Tracy di Vicenzo (Diana Rigg), On Her Majesty's Secret Service; 2. Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach), The Spy Who Loved Me; 3. Honey Rider (Ursula Andress), Dr. No; 4. Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco), GoldenEye; 5. Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet), For Your Eyes Only.
post #158 of 232
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(tsloop @ May 09 2005,14:02) Barbera Bach was from The Spy Who Loved Me, wasn't it Catherine Bach who was daisy duke? I could be mistaken.
Yep. That's right. Good catch. I would have cast Jennifer Love Hewitt as Daisy. Daisy was no ditzy blond. She was a crafty gal who utilized her sexuality (usually on Cletus and Enos) to help get Bo and Luke out of trouble.
i think pam anderson would've been a good choice, although she's getting a bit long in the tooth.
post #159 of 232
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Speaking of Bond Girls: TIME Anniversary Special: 40 Years of James Bond  BBC News 2002.-  Four decades later, James Bond still shoots to thrill.  The five best James Bond women 1.  Tracy di Vicenzo (Diana Rigg), On Her Majesty's Secret Service; 2. Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach), The Spy Who Loved Me; 3. Honey  Rider (Ursula Andress), Dr. No; 4. Natalya Simonova (Izabella  Scorupco), GoldenEye; 5. Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet), For  Your Eyes Only.
They left off my favorite Bond girl, Daniela Bianchi. Also, Solitaire wasn't the best character but Jane Seymour was pretty hot back in the day.
post #160 of 232
Rebecca is the best of the lot. She is simply a dream.
post #161 of 232
A friend sent this to me. Aside from the obvious entertainment element, this collection of Playboy centerfolds is an interesting study on the changing tastes of the American male and the "evolution" of what is fit to print. http://www.richardlpalmer.com/centerfold/
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A friend sent this to me. Aside from the obvious entertainment element, this collection of Playboy centerfolds is an interesting study on the changing tastes of the American male and the "evolution" of what is fit to print. http://www.richardlpalmer.com/centerfold/
I'm guessing I need to get to my home computer to click on this link - probably not appropriate for the office Bradford
post #163 of 232
Tera Patrick does it for me.
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A friend sent this to me. Aside from the obvious entertainment element, this collection of Playboy centerfolds is an interesting study on the changing tastes of the American male and the "evolution" of what is fit to print. http://www.richardlpalmer.com/centerfold/
Awesome... thanks for the link D.R. Lisa Marie Scott - 1995 RrrrRRrrroooow.
post #165 of 232
Kristen Miller from (G-d help us) "She Spies"...
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