What TV or movie stars make you growl like a school girl?

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I don't usually get very excited about TV or movie stars, but David Boreanaz makes me happy to be a girl. I used to have the hots for Anthony Edwards, but that was just a crush. I want David Boreanaz chained up in my dungeon ... er, I mean basement. In his leather pants.

I probably shouldn't talk about what I'd like to do to Val Kilmer.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999


joshua jackson. i don't have much of a thing for his dawson's creek costar, james van der beek (except in tight football pants in varsity blues, but that's another story altogether), but god, i'm in love with jackson. he's why i watch the show.

val kilmer, too, but only early real genius-top secret era val kilmer. both jeremy and jason london, but these days, really only jason. jeremy has skanky chin hair.

i used to have a thing for will friedle, who was the older brother on boy meets world. i grew out of that, though.

no one else. that i'm willing to admit, at least.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Yeah, that's the Val Kilmer I like, too. I think I've seen Real Genius a thousand times.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

(And, of course, we named our dog after his Tombstone character.)

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

I don't watch much TV anymore, and it's too embarrassing to tell you which TV star is attractive to me, because he is so sleazy. It's just one of those things... someone I know I shouldn't like but I do anyway, even though his show is crap and I never watch it anymore and I only ever did watch it so I could look at him. Pathetic.

As for having positive energy, I never thought that was a "hippie" thing. I just though it was a good thing, to wish that other people would be happier than they are, and that they'd be able to be happy without hurting anyone else.

Sappy, perhaps, but a hippie thing, I don't think so, and "crap," I am sure no

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Two words: Scott Speedman

Thank you.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Oh, gotta be Sonny on General Hospital. GH is so boring, I wouldn't even be watching if not for the chance to see Sonny with his shirt off (mmmmmmm). Oh, but what is he doing with that sappy Hannah? Ih (to quote Pamie). Oh, and this is not TV (you did say TV, right?) but Antonio Banderas looks too terribly cute in a turban, and that makes going to see "The Thirteenth Warrior" completely worth it!


-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Matthew Broderick. I've sat through an awful lot of bad movies for that boy

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Okay, how's this for embarrassing: Matthew Perry. I know, I know. But sarcasm just makes me weak-kneed, what can I say?

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Did anyone else's heart go all aflutter over the young Indiana Jones? Not River, but the guy in the ill-fated (I think it used to air on Saturdays) series? The one that not only titillated viewers with action and adventure, but also taught us all a little something about history (the American jazz movement, Hinduism v. Buddhism, etc.)?

Did anyone else even SEE that show? Sometimes I suspect I'm a test market of one.


-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

griffen on party of five. i don't like his twin - he does look a bit different around the eyes and jaw and it just isn't quite the same. definitely griffen. rrrrowwRRR. and chandler! oh! he is just THE cutest! he's always been my favorite friend. wow. ok that was pretty cheesy of me.

i don't usually dig on angel, but every now and then... whew. i have to agree beth - those leather pants are just... really nice. i have always loved musicians in hipster leather pants - and of course, val kilmer in the doors wore them perfectly. just low enough so that spot by the hip-bone was peaking out... *shiver*

i love dr. butters on ally mcbeal. he seems so tender. yes i know it's acting but he just makes me dreamy... last but not least - i watch tgif with my 12 year-old brother, and there's this lame ass show on called brother's keeper. well - the only reason i watch it is the football playing brother. oh my. oh my oh my oh my. and i don't even like blue-eyed blonds! i think it's because he reminds me of a friends brother from years ago.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

I know this is cliche, but I adore George Clooney.

And I'll take that guy who played Superman in Lois and Clark.

And Richard Gere still makes me swoon....

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Angel doesn't do it for me at all. I'll take Oz, though. Seth Green is such an adorable cutie. Joshua Jackson is a hottie, too. And how about boy #4 in the Gap commercial for those ugly vests. He's in the foreground with tousled hair and I think he's saying the "dress you up in my love" all kind of saucy-like. Probably gay but I think he'd look so cute curled up around my feet under my desk at work.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

I'll join you in the anti-Clooney backlash backlash. There is no one else on earth who can smirk like that man.

And sure, Amanda, I'd want Oz for any kind of serious relationship. It's purely physical between me and Angel.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

although i try to hide the little bit of a boy crazed lunatic that i have inside me [i like to refer to it as "my appreciation for beautiful creatures of the opposite sex"] i do admit to having hmm.. a few drooling episodes while flicking aimlessly through the channels.

one would have to be Seth Green (Buffy the Vampire Slayer).. ontop of being a cutie, his personality is hilarious. did you see him on Letterman a few months ago? man, i nearly pissed in my pants laughing.

another would have to be actor who plays Lyn on Felicity. maybe its the fact that he can dance (check out the vid for alanis morisette's new single "so pure") and the fact that "there's just somethin about him".

and Conan O'Brien... i mean c'mon! who cant love this guy? he has a quality that i value most in boys: the ability to be silly ;)

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Ok, I don't know his name, but I absolutely *adore* the guy that plays the photographer on Just Shoot Me. He's short, probably 35 or so, balding... oh my god I don't know why but every time I see him I get all horny (which is rare and freaks Daniel out.)

Daniel once asked me what it is about him that I like so much, and I couldn't tell him. However, he was pleased to see that I could have the hots for a balding man. Since then, I've never heard him complain about his hair loss.

with a thing for balding guys,

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

I'm a Boreanaz crush-head too. Brendan Fraser also makes my knees weak. I had a hard time laughing in "George of the Jungle" -- I was too busy drooling over Mr. Fraser's physique in that itty bitty loin cloth.

Conversely, I'm still stuck on my star crushes from the 80s, the earnest sort of geeky types: John Cusack, James Spader and Andrew McCarthy.

In another universe I might have been into Felicity's Scott Speedman, BUT he reminds me FAR too much of my ex, so I just don't dig him.

Evany, Young Indiana Jones (TV series) was played by Sean Patrick Flanery, most recently seen in 1995's "Powder" and this year's "Simply Irresistible" opposite Buffy's own Sarah Michelle Gellar. The movie is pretty awful, but he acts well in it.

I too miss that series dreadfully. It was better than the second Indy movie IMHO. Why oh why do they almost always cancel the GOOD shows and keep the crap, huh?


-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Angel does nothing for me; he has poor posture. I like Willow much better, but not in the growling way. Maybe Sherry Stringfield from "er." I hope it is okay for boys to participate in today's Talk Back.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

Oh, yeah, boys can post, as long as they growl like school girls

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

i can't believe i forgot noel! i don't remember his name - but the guy who plays noel on felicity- oh! oh! let's just say i've got tons of photo's on my hard drive. he is just so mmmmmmmmmm. i think he's really really cute. i mean really. i mean i watch the re-runs because of him. good eyes, great lips, fab shoulders, and there's more... did you know that the girl who played noel's piano playing girlfriend on the show, is the actors girlfriend in real life?

that photographer on just shoot me - i like him too! he just has "it" i guess. especially in the black turtleneck sweaters.

and oooo i hate to admit this, but after seeing 'out of sight' clooney makes me drool. and i couldn't stand him before. the head-jerking thing still drives me up the wall but those eyes, those lips... wow.

geez. i need to get me a man.

-- Anonymous, August 31, 1999

I remember the Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. (Mr. Flannery was pretty good, but I have to say River Pheonix was pretty gorgeous) I think I still have a tape full of episodes somewhere...

Anybody remember The Powers That Be? 1992, Norman Lear sitcom, really amazing cast? David Hyde Pearce being _really_ funny? Oh well, the only other person who remembers that one is my mother, I guess.

As for the actual topic... hmm... Definately Oz, of course. I don't see the appeal of Angel. Val Kilmer in Real Genius/Willow era, mmm mmm mmm. I think Dave Foley is just adorable. John Cusack... over ten years and he's still just as good. That Peter Davison thing has been going forever, I think. And I still have a weak spot for Cary Elwes.

But, all in all, I have to say, find me an Oz and you'll make me a very happy woman.

-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999

Can guys tell you who makes them growl like a school boy? Renee Russo. Whoa Mama! She beats out any of Pierce Bronson's 007 beauties. Not only is she gorgeous, she is intelligent and has class. And she is in her forties. As she grew older she grew mighty fine like an expensive bottle of wine.

-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999

I forgot to ask: did anybody see Renee in "The Thomas Crown Affair' costarring Bronson? Yowser! She made the movie!

-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999

Terry Farrell, hands down. She made me swoon, especially during ST:DS9's early seasons. She's definitely not the only goodlooking brunette on tv, but no-one else managed to bring a smile to my face the way she did. I just loved the way she brought that mischievous character of hers to life, especially before she tied the knot. No other actress has ever made me hit the rewind-button as much as her.

-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999

David Boreanaz, yes. His dad is the weatherman on one of our local stations. He looks like his dad, only he's put together in a much more appealing fashion.

Benjamin Bratt, late of Law and Order. Peter Jennings. The young Peter O'Toole. Harrison Ford.

And the probably strange one -- Robert Davi, who is Bailey on Profiler. Be still my heart.

-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999

Stasi -- your man from Just Shoot Me is Enrico Colantoni. That's such a fun name to say. I think he's adorable myself.

I also have a thing for David Hyde Pierce from Frasier. I know, I know, the CW is that he's "of the persuasion" but he works for me anyway. Same with Kevin Spacey. He's definitely my favourite actor - - I've seen LA Confidential 42 times now. (Obsessive, moi? Mon dieu, non!)

I suppose that I should find Bill Pullman highly attractive, since he and my husband might as well be twins separated at birth, but there's something missing. I think it's the eyes.

-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999

James Spader?!? Ewwwwww. Blaire?! Yuck. Although, I do agree most heartily (and with a school-girl growl) about Jon Cusak and Andrew McCarthy. Had a thing for Mathew Broderick when he was still Ferris. You could also put me in a Fiennes/Fiennes sandwich (Joe and Ralph) and I'd be pretty happy.

Does anyone still find David Duchovny swoon-worthy? I still have my moments with him. He's one of the few celebrities that I've had reoccuring dreams about. They're pretty tame dreams: having a coffee with David, going to a show with David, etc. Although, there was one dream where he was wearing rubber pants....

As an actual school-girl, there were a couple "older" stars that I had little crushes on that I still think are handsome: Tom Skerrit, Nick Nolte, Harrison Ford.

And how about that Edward Burns....

Dammit, Beth. I can't work with all these thoughts swirling around!

-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999

Noah Wiley. I get this ridiculous smile on my face every time the boy crosses my screen. I can't help it. I've seen "Pirates of Silicon Valley" at least 7 times, god help me. And that's something, suffering through Anthony Michael Hall just to see Noah.

Oh, and John Reznick. Not TV, but singer for the Goo Goo Dolls. Looks like to the first boy I ever made out with in the 8th grade.


-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999

Fox Mulder, He has to be the most sexy man on the face of the earth. Have you seen those lips. Those abs are to die for. Hardass when he needs to be and so kind when you don't expect.

-- Anonymous, September 01, 1999

Did someone say James Spader?

Such an angel.... and I have not met a middle-aged woman yet who didn't adore "White Palace," sappy as it is.

-- Anonymous, September 02, 1999

Hmmm. TV cuties? Handsome blue-eyed lean-bodied Robson Green from "Touching Evil" and "Reckless". In Reckless he was in love with an older woman which was fun for a while until it got too stupid to watch. Pretty much the only TV I watch is PBS so I do not have a wide selection to choose from here - Robson Green or the three tenors or that horrid Irish guy that calls himself King of the Dance.

-- Anonymous, September 02, 1999

WORD ON GRIFFIN (Party of Five). How could I forget? Love that guy! OH and Russell Crowe (I know, I know, he's a MOVIE star) but he looks like my husband so I can't help myself. God, I think I need to go home now.

-- Anonymous, September 03, 1999

Oh, yeah, Noah Wyle, I forgot about him! Yeah, he's my man. A friend started asking all the women she knew whom they would rather have a night of passion with, and whom a serious relationship, out of the cast of ER. I think I'm the only one who didn't say George Clooney for the night of passion. Nah, it's Noah on both counts for me. George Clooney's head-jerk thing just drives me up the wall. He's too aware of his sexuality, or something. Nice lashes, cute ass, doesn't do it for me. Oh well.

-- Anonymous, September 05, 1999

I'm more of a Giles Gal than an Angel Fan, the first time I saw Angel he was a vampire; can't get that Neanderthal forehead out of my mind whenever I see him...

British accents get me every time, baby.

As for the younger set, Jerry O'Connell (Sliders, also known as "the fat kid from 'Stand By Me'") always merits a momentary pause while channel-surfing. Since I'm not sure what the hell that show's about, though, I linger long enough to get an eyeful, then move on. Grr-umptious.

-- Anonymous, September 08, 1999

Thought I was gonna have to be the first to mention Kevin Spacey, but not so - thank you Dreama.

Have to love that boy.

As for the 80's trio: John Cusack, James Spader and Andrew McCarthy.

Yes! Yes! Yes!

I could watch White Palace a million times over and never get tired of it. Call me a sap, but I love the sentiment.

-- Anonymous, September 11, 1999

Yep, it's earnest and intense that gets me growling.

John Cusack in, well, actually, anything, even the worst 80's movie he ever made.

Robson Greene, ditto. He has eyes that just have me searching for the cliches, like hard laser lights, blue cut diamonds, yummm....

I used to like RObin Williams in that way too, then he got all hooked on saccharine and lost it.


-- Anonymous, September 11, 1999

Gregory Peck, circa late '40s, early '50s --"Duel In The Sun" era. Gregory Peck Gregory Peck Gregory Peck. As a guitar-playing hellraising bad boy. His mouth! that voice! those shoulders! I swoon. Also Denzel Washington (especially in Devil in a Blue Dress). Robert Mitchum (young). Paul Newman (whenever).

-- Anonymous, September 12, 1999

Unfortunately, I tend to be afflicted by many crushes. All perfectly harmless, but man, oh man, sometimes rather intense. Currently, it's Matt Frewer, believe it or not. I've been watching "Max Headroom" on Bravo and wow, he looked great (as Edison, not Max)! *grrrr* Even now, he's quite attractive, though looking a bit too thin. Then there's Mike Farrell (met him recently, what a sweet guy!), Brent Spiner, Jeff Goldblum, Patrick Stewart, Scott Bakula, Jeremy Brett (especially during his early Sherlock years), Harrison Ford, etc., etc., etc. *sigh*

BTW, I also think Enrico Colantoni is adorable (since he was on Hope and Gloria).

-- Anonymous, September 13, 1999

Hmmm.. I used to really have a thing for Nicolas Cage, but that's kind of died away since I haven't seen any of his movies since Face/Off - I'm not about all that guns-sex-violence-scheming-same-old-boring plotline.

Tim Robbins (Andy from The Shawshank Redemption) makes me all hot and bothered. Oh, man. He needs to dump Sarandon, stat. I could make him happier.

Rupert Everett (George from My Best Friend's Wedding) - oh, good lord. That man is delicious. And he's gay. Gay! I couldn't believe it when I found that out. It's really sad that something that gorgeous will never look in my direction. Not that I'd ever be within the general vicinity of Rupert Everett, but stranger things have happened.

I'm just not all about Brad Pitt and Matt Damon and Ben Affleck and all those trendy popular dudes... Fred Durst from Limp Biskit makes me think dirty thoughts, though. My boyfriend sort of looks like him. Maybe that's why.

-- Anonymous, September 13, 1999

Has anyone mentioned Sean Connery?

What can I say? I like the geriatric population. My heart still does the little skipping-a-beat thing when I see Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) staring up at Scarlett from the bottom of the staircase in Gone With The Wind.

-- Anonymous, September 13, 1999

Roy Dupuis, from "La Femme Nikita", the television series.

No one else compares.

-- Anonymous, September 20, 1999

They may have cancelled "My So-Called Life", but I will never get over my thing for Jordan Catallano.

-- Anonymous, November 18, 1999

Michelle Forbes (Kalifornia, Ensign Ro from ST:TNG). Jeri Lynn Ryan from Voyager, but oddly enough, only in Voyager. Saw her in some modern-day stuff and she was just another blond. Maybe the bodysuit has something to do with it... Oman. No, not like, oh, man. The person, David Bowie's wife. Played the shapeshifter in Star Trek VII. I detect a trend... gotta quit that.

Famke Jannsen, she was in the first Pierce Brosnan 007 movie; gonna play Jean Gray in X-men, and she was...rats, another Star Trek actress.

Ahah! Jenny Wright, the blond vampire from Near Dark (which, if you haven't seen it, is one of the best vampire movies ever, if only because they never actually use the word "vampire").

-- Anonymous, November 19, 1999

Joshua Jackson, Nicholas Cage, David Duchovney, the best friend from Ferris Bueller (now on Spin City), Greg from Dharma and Greg. The list goes on and on. My favs though, are from Buffy. Oz, Giles, and OF COURSE Angel. My SO has accepted the fact that I do not refer to him by his given name. He has come to terms with hearing "Oh look honey! Sex is on tv!" (It seemed to be the most logical and appropriate title to give him.) The SO just rolls his eyes a lot. HE doesn't understand.

-- Anonymous, November 19, 1999

Well, if I were gonna play for that team, it would definitely be John Cusack. Not Better Off Dead John Cusack or (god forbid) Sixteen Candles John Cusack, but Grosse Pointe Blank John Cusack? Yes.

Just in case you wanted to know.

Harold wonderland 2 http://home.midsouth.rr.com/wonderland2/

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

My goal in life is to be Angelina Jolie's Personal Hygenist.... *growwwl*

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

I'm so glad that this thread is alive again, because I missed it the first time around. I can definitely see the appeal of Antonio Banderas. I thought he was a little too too in Desperado, but his Phantom of the Opera duet with Andrew Lloyd Weber's wife that keeps airing on PBS is really . . . well, sexy. I'm not committing to anything, but I could see some possibilities there.

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

If I were 15 again: Matt Damon would definitely do it for me.

If I were single and horny again, or who I use when I close my eyes: Well, there is a certain journaller that I dream about all the time, but I don't want you all running over there and telling her... that would just be weird.

If I were ten years older: Mel Gibson. Yeah I know, your mom likes him, but he's HOT!

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

Oh, you said TV and movie stars.

Well, she does have a webcam. Does that count?

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

Matthew McConaughey - makes me want to move to Texas
Sam Elliott - He's old but WOW!
Arnold Vosloo - I have a thing for the dark, scary type I guess.
Mel Gibson - Whoot-whoo, baby!
Sean Connery - an eternal sex symbol.

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

How can noone of said Spike from Buffy? He is a major hottie, what I'd like to do to that nice little ass. And I totally agree with John Rzeznick, my friend got me into him and I can't get out of him. I have to say that I still think Val Kilmer is hot, everytime, my heart just swells. Andy from Charmed really did it for me. Chandler is way in there too, I'm getting giddy just thinking about all these men. In Buffy Oz and Spike are totally there. Oh yes.

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

Vince Vaughn. Mmmm. Kevin Spacey. Wesley Snipes. Lyle Lovett. Sam Elliot. Elliot Gould. Paul Newman. And Alan Alda. I love love love that man. Oh, and Brendan Fraser in Gods and Monsters.

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

Lyle Lovett?! Praise God, there's hope for us all. I always just assumed that Julia Roberts married him to make a point. Now, quick, someone vote for Rick Ocasek (sp?) of the Cars.

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

This one not TV/Movies but who the hell cares:

Gavin Rossdale. Lead singer of Bush. mmmmm. Yummy. Also Nicholas Cage: "I could eat a peach for hours." um. yeah.

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

oh yeah and Anthony Kiedis from The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Most of the men that I find divine are in music. I don't watch much television but MTV and MTV2.

-- Anonymous, December 30, 1999

Well, as anyone who has been reading my journal lately knows, I'm on a major David Morse kick. Sometimes I see someone and my head just leaves my body and I slide off the seat and I wonder what on earth I was thinking the other two hundred times I saw them and didn't notice that they are just so fuckable.

Others on my JSF list are Tommy Lee Jones, Christpher Walken, Kevin Spacey, Anthony Stewart Head, Ralph Fiennes, and Randy Newman.

Guess I'm into the geriatric set, huh?

-- Anonymous, December 31, 1999

I always had a thing for John Corbett, the guy who played Chris the DJ on Northern Exposure. He was just so, well fuckable(hey Kymm started it). I know he was portraying a character, but the character was so intelligent and wide open. The things I would have done to that boy. GRRRRRR

Chris Noth is so sexy he kills me. I loved him on Law and Order, and I love love love him on Sex in the City.

I will always have a soft spot for John Cusack in that Lloyd Dobler kind of way. I use to look out my window in the hope that some day I might find John out there holding up the boombox, playing "In Your Eyes".

Ever since I saw The Big Easy, I have wanted Dennis Quaid in a very big way. I would be more than willing to be his big easy.

And, even though I am a happily married woman, I would not turn down a night with Sarah Michelle or Angie Harmon. Sarah Michelle is just so cute and petite. And Angie? I never had a thing for her when she was on Baywatch, but ever since she started Law and Order, she rocks my world.

-- Anonymous, December 31, 1999

Oooh... yeah... John Corbett.
Add him to the list. And lacking an Oz, I'd take Spike.

-- Anonymous, December 31, 1999

You Enrico Colantoni fans and droolers alike should all go out and see Galaxy Quest... he's excellent in it, though you might not recognize him.

-- Anonymous, January 01, 2000

Jude Law.


-- Anonymous, January 02, 2000

Speaking of Galaxy Quest, what about Alan Rickman? I watched Die Hard last night and I was so disappointed when Hans Gruber fell off that building. What a waste of a perfectly handsome man with an amazing voice and ... oh, damn. I was really hoping to see something when he dropped his drawers in Dogma. Alan, I love you. Marry me. Look past the fact that I'm 34 years younger than you. We can make this work. I promise. Although, you know what? You're mind-blowingly sexy and I wouldn't mind just getting a piece. Let's just have sex, Alan. Please?

-- Anonymous, January 31, 2000

Sonny is hot, but my man on General Hospital is Real Andrews, who plays Detective Taggert. He credits Billy Blanks and tae-bo with changing his life, and if I were to see Real doing tae-bo, my life would be complete ; )

As for movies, the actor who makes me breathe a little harder is Don McKellar (the Red Violin, Last Night, Highway 61, Roadkill...,). Not your usual sex symbol, but really hot.

-- Anonymous, January 31, 2000

Barbara Carrera. As the old ranger said in Lone Wolf McQuade, "How would you like to sink your teeth into that, catch lockjaw, and get drug half to death?"

-- Anonymous, January 31, 2000

Colin, have you seen Barbara Carrera lately? She still looks great and will be guest-starring on an episode of "That 70s Show!". It'll be broadcast on 2/14 at 8pm on your local Fox station.

Mia, I've got to agree with you about Alan Rickman. *grrwwll* In "Sense and Sensibility" he was so heart-breaking and so wonderful.

-- Anonymous, February 07, 2000

That guy from ER, the new one.... um Goran? Something like that. He's the one from Russia? I want him!

-- Anonymous, February 11, 2000


-- Anonymous, April 17, 2001

Yep, Goran Vijsnic, former star of the Zagreb stage. I tuned into ER by accident the other day (not usually a big fan of hospital drama) and he appeared to be hanging out with Carol Hathaway. In ordinary clothes instead of scrubs. That is just too much cuteness for one small screen to sustain.

Mine: The entire cast of The West Wing, particularly Sam, Josh and Toby (and has anyone else noticed that VP Hoynes is rush chairman Otter from Animal House?). Does this mean I have a Monica Lewinsky complex? No, actually most of the powerful people I've seen in person have been strangely unappealing. I'm just attracted to powerful people who look like movie stars and whose dialogue is written by Aaron Sorkin. And now, if you will excuse me, I've got a thing.

-- Anonymous, April 17, 2001

Benecio Del Toro - oh. my. god. I also love, love, love David Hyde Pierce from Frasier, whether he really bats for the other side or not. David Duchovney and Johnny Depp make me crazy, and I have a girl- crush on Claire Forlani (from Meet Joe Black).

-- Anonymous, April 17, 2001

someone said.. >> They may have cancelled "My So-Called Life", but I will never get over my thing for Jordan Catallano. <<

his name is Jared Leto - you can see him a little more grown up, but just as hot in the following:

Fight Club (bleach blonde.. Mmmm) , Urban Legends, Thin Red Line, How to make an American Quilt, Switchback, and a few others that escape me at the moment. Also, coming soon - "The Panic Room" - release date has been pushed back - so I need to keep freezing Fight Club frames until then!

-- Anonymous, April 17, 2001

The dark haired ones, definitely. David Boreanaz is a feast for sore eyes. Antonio Banderas, Billy Crudup, Benjamin Bratt - big head and all.

-- Anonymous, April 17, 2001

Oh yeah, and ditto for George Clooney. I didn't pay much attention to him until I read an interview he gave. He is funny, and that combined with his good looks make him damn sexy.

-- Anonymous, April 17, 2001

mel gibson...val kilmer...christopher walken...robert deniro...jim morrisson,ok so hes dead but so what..william shatner...tom cruise...roger moore...you get the picture 35 and up is better... they know what theyre doin.

-- Anonymous, April 27, 2001

got so caught up in movie i almost totally forgot music....david bowie....trent reznor...charlie clouser.....mick jagger for some strage inexplicable and yet compelling reason....

-- Anonymous, April 27, 2001

This was the greatest thread of all time. 40 minds working all the time for more than a year at Threewayaction, and they've never come up with anything to match this. Let me add a few votes to my earlier bid for Antonio Banderas (Antonio, if you're listening, I was a homophobe until I saw La Lei de Desirojo, or whatever it was called. You changed me. You made me something I alwayds knew I could . . .) Ahem. Apparently after a few cocktails on a Friday evening I'm capable of anything. But, seriously, this was the best thread ever.

-- Anonymous, April 27, 2001

I've always had a crush on Colin Firth in Pride and Prejudice. And now that I've seen Bridget Jones's Diary, my obsession with him has been renewed. Good Lord, I'd love to jump his bones! And bite him on his adorable chin...

-- Anonymous, April 29, 2001

Oh god, yes, Colin Firth in P&P. And I never really dug Hugh Grant until Bridget Jones... but he is such a confident cad, it makes me want him. I thought I'd need a cold shower after watching those two slices of yum wrestling around on the ground... holy god...

-- Anonymous, April 29, 2001

You know, if I'd just seen Mister Boreanaz walking down the street, I wouldn't bat an eyelid. However, ever since the Buffy episode in which Drusilla drips holy water onto his bare chest and he writhes in agony...oh baby, that was seriously growl-worthy and I've been smitten ever since.

-- Anonymous, April 29, 2001

1. George Clooney 2. Ed Harris 3. Jeremy Irons

Can't help it!

-- Anonymous, April 30, 2001

dave matthews (doesn't get any better than this) jon stewart colin firth jason lee all yummy yummy boys!!!

-- Anonymous, May 21, 2001

1._ Arnold Vosloo 2.- Arnold Vosloo 3._ guess who??? ARNOLD VOSLOO!!!!!

-- Anonymous, August 05, 2001

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