Issue: 20040201

Sunday, February 1, 2004
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Playbill
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The star of TV's groundbreaking hit 24,Kiefer Sutherland is the subject of a real-time Playboy Interview with Lawrence Grobel. While some action heroes rely on camera tricks and stunt doubles for their physical prowess, Kiefer's time on the rodeo circuit molded him into a bona fide tough guy. "He told me a story about how he lassoed some girl by her feet on the set of The Cowboy Way," says Grobel, "and I didn't believe him. He said, 'I can show you—I have some ropes in the car.' We went out to his car, and he pulled a bag out of the trunk with six or eight different lariats. He took one out. We were in the middle of my street, and he told me to walk ahead of him. So I'm walking ahead of him, not looking, and he did it: He snagged me by the foot. Then he gave me the lasso and told me I should start practicing with it."
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Activision, Inc.
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Copyright
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General Offices: Playboy, 680 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Playboy assumes no responsibility to return unsolicited editorial or graphic or other material. All rights in letters and unsolicited editorial and graphic material will be treated as unconditionally assigned for publication and copyright purposes, and material will be subject to Playboy's unrestricted right to edit and to comment editorially. Playboy, date of production: December 2003. Custodian of records is Diane Griffin. All records required by law to be maintained by publisher are located at 680 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Contents Copyright © 2004 by Playboy. All Rights Reserved. Playboy, Playmate and Rabbit Head Symbol are marks of Playboy, Registered U.S. Trademark Office. No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any electronic, mechanical, photocopying or recording means or otherwise without prior written permission of the publisher. Any similarity between the people and places in the fiction and semifiction in this magazine and any real people and places is purely coincidental. For credits see page 148. Franklin Mint onsert in domestic subscription polywrapped copies. Winston insert between pages 24-25 in selected domestic newsstand and subscription copies. Certificado Dé Licitud De Título No. 7570 De Fecha 29 De Julio De 1993. Y Certificado De Licitud De Contenido No. 5108 De Fecha 29 De Julio De 1993 Expedidos Por La Comisíon Calificadora De Publicaciones Y Revistas Ilustradas Dependiente De La Secretaria De Gobernación, México. Reserva De Derechos 04-2000-071710332800-102.
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Hugh M. Hefnereditor-in-chief
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The Gillette Company
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Photo Essay
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A 50th Anniversary Fete at Hef's
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Hef hosted a 50th Anniversary Celebration at the Playboy Mansion with celebrities and Centerfolds for a two-hour special on A&E.
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Letters to the Editor
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Q&A With Q.T.
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Skoal
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Profile
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Babe of the Month: Shannon Malone
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Shannon Malone has a knack for putting people at ease, so she's a natural to work the celebrity throng as hostess of Showtime's The Red Carpet. "People feel comfortable because I like joking around," she says. We're guessing it's not her conversational skills alone that keep guys coming back for more—she received more fan mail than anyone else in FX history during her two-year run on the cabler's guy-centric The X Show. "I liked doing the motorcycle segments because they'd dress me in tight leather pants." Shannon tries to reply to everyone who writes her through her website, Shannonmalone.com, especially those who appreciate her popular pinup posters. "One Marine e-mailed to thank me because he was in the middle of the desert and his bunkmate had my poster," she says. Out in the 3-D world Shannon typically has long-term boyfriends...until they screw up. "My ex's head got a little big when he thought he was a rock star and cheated on me," she says. "I'm dating around, but nothing too serious." So for now Shannon is fine-tuning her acting chops by studying her past performances. "Laughter is the key to staying young," she says. "And if you can't laugh at yourself, you're probably miserable."
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Playboy After Hours
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Liquid Smoke
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Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
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Wild Turkey
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Jason Buhrmester
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Josh Robertson
Leopold Froehlich
Marc Saltzman
Patty Lamberti
Robert B. Desalvo
Robert Crane
Scott Steinberg
Stephen Rebello
Tim Mohr
Reviews: Movies
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Snoop Gone Buck Wild!
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Cyber Girl Of The Year: Click Us A Winner!
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How to Shuffle Cards One-Handed
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Reader QA
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The Playboy Advisor
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An attractive woman lives down the hall from me in my apartment building. We've exchanged small talk, but that's it. I often fantasize about her while masturbating. A few weeks ago the couple who live next door to me invited the woman to a barbecue. They asked her to bring me along. Puzzled, she asked why. The couple said they could hear us on some nights and assumed we were dating. When she told them we weren't, it dawned on all of them that what they had been hearing was my moaning this woman's name. A few days ago my neighbor—nice guy that he is—told me everything. I was speechless. He said the woman had seemed amused. I had wanted to ask her out, but now that seems comical. What should I do?—J.W., San Diego, California
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"I've been seeing a certain young lady. She's a great kid, but I don't share her enthusiasm for marriage. I'd like to call a halt to matters. But how?"
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The Bogeyman of Campaign Reform
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Timothy Mohr
If you watch the Sunday morning talk shows, the battle over campaign finance reform appears simple: Republican senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky is the bogeyman. It's good versus evil, John McCain versus Mitch McConnell, in a fight for the soul of American democracy. It seems an unenviable position for the Senate majority whip, but it is one that he relishes. He opposed the McCain-Feingold bill that passed in the Senate and the Shays-Meehan bill that passed in the House, both of which banned soft-money contributions to political parties. The two bills became the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, signed by President Bush in March 2002 and enacted in November 2002. McConnell then fought to have his name attached as lead plaintiff to the legal challenge to the law, a case pending before the Supreme Court. McConnell characterizes the bill as both unconstitutional and ineffectual. The High Court will decide the former. Lost in the vilification of McConnell is that he's right about the latter.
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Extra: Feds Jail Chong for Bongs
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On September 11 a judge in Pittsburgh sentenced Tommy Chong, half of the comedy team Cheech and Chong, to nine months in federal prison for violating the law that makes it illegal to sell or transport drug paraphernalia. As part of a plea agreement, Chong, 65, closed his three-year-old business, Chong Glass, and forfeited its inventory, $103,514 in cash and two websites, as well as his personal collection of bongs. Chong also paid a $20,000 fine. The comedian had been caught up in Operation Pipe Dreams, an effort by the Justice Department to shut down shops that sell pipes, roach clips and small scales. Prior to his incarceration we spoke with Chong about his conviction.
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When William Dolge returned from his work-release program, authorities smelled alcohol on his breath. He denied he had been drinking, saying instead that he'd eaten four burritos made with beef marinated in beer and tequila. A judge asked for the recipe, then let Dolge off. Dolge's attorney shared the recipe with the National Law Journal: (1) Cut a 3-pound chuck roast into 2-inch pieces, season with salt and pepper, dredge in flour, and brown in small batches in vegetable oil. (2) Remove meat. (3) Cook 2 chopped yellow onions in remaining fat. (4) Add 3 chopped poblano chilies and 4 seeded and minced jalapeños and cook 4 minutes. (5) Stir in 3 minced cloves of garlic and cook 2 minutes. (6) Add 1-1/2 pounds roasted, peeled and chopped tomatillos, 2 tablespoons dried oregano, 1 tablespoon ground cumin and a bunch of chopped cilantro. (7) Cook the meat separately in stock until tender, then dry it and marinate in a bottle of Irish red beer, 1-1/2 cups Cuervo Especial tequila and three quarters of a bottle of Samuel Adams dark ale. (8) Drain, combine meat with sauce and serve in tortillas with shredded cheese.
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...The Environment
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Christine Todd Whitman
(1) Rely on Energy Star
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Voting with Conviction
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The U.S. has expanded the vote from rich white males to include every competent adult, with two exceptions: prisoners and ex-cons. Only Maine and Vermont allow inmates to vote. In most states even felons free on parole or probation cannot cast ballots; in others, they must wait up to five years after their release. Some states restrict felons even if they were convicted elsewhere. Florida, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi and Virginia effectively ban ex-cons from the polls forever. Today the patchwork of laws prevents an estimated 3 million Americans from voting, including up to 13 percent of black men. The fact that the hundreds of thousands of released felons living in Florida could easily have swung the 2000 election has not gone unnoticed. Activists argue that barring felons from voting is a de facto violation of the Voting Rights Act, which forbids racism. (Following the Civil War, Southern legislators disenfranchised felons convicted of what they saw as "black crimes"—wife beating, for example, but not murder. Today the chief culprits are drug laws.) More felons will be at the polls this fall. Alabama has restored the vote to most ex-cons. Connecticut enfranchised those on probation. Nevada added first-time nonviolent offenders. Virginia felons must still petition the governor, but he reduced the application from 13 pages plus four recommendations to a single page.
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The Debunker
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Reality: Safety isn't the real issue. Nuke power hasn't become ubiquitous in the U.S. because it's so damn expensive. Even after decades of subsidies, it can't compete with other forms of energy. The cost of a kilowatt-hour of electricity generated by nuclear power (including plant costs, as required when estimating the price per unit for other forms of energy) is about seven cents. The national average for a kilowatt-hour from coal is roughly five cents, and from natural gas, four cents. Wind power, at three to five cents a kilowatt-hour on average, is already cheaper than nuclear power. What's more amazing about the continuing high cost of nuclear power is the scale of subsidies lavished on the industry. In the past 50 years wind, solar and nuclear power combined have been federally funded to the tune of $145 billion. Although 95 percent of those funds went to nuclear energy, the other two forms managed dramatic drops in unit costs. Some versions of the White House–backed energy bill offer federal loan guarantees to cover half the cost of the first new nuclear plants to be built in 30 years. The Congressional Budget Office warns that it expects these plants to be "uneconomic to operate."
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Bust of Freedom
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My firm represented Oliverio Martinez, who was interrogated by police while in intense pain in an emergency room without being read his Miranda rights ("Intensive Care: Interrogation or Torture?" The Playboy Forum, October). He took his case to the Supreme Court, which ruled against his Fifth Amendment claim.
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Keep America from Voting Act
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Ishmael Reed
The U.S. has the world's oldest continuous democracy—and one of the world's lowest voter turnouts. Those Americans who do attempt to vote are often prevented from doing so. The presidential election of 2000—which was such a mess that the Supreme Court had to intervene—is merely the most prominent example of how voters are kept from the polls.
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Experiments in Real Time
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Stephen Rebello
Rope (1948) Alfred Hitchcock's attempt to show 80 minutes in one continuous shot presents two smug Manhattan roommates who strangle a prep school classmate, stuff his corpse into a trunk and then host a dinner party for his friends and family.
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The People Vs. Robert Blake
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Miles Corwin
Part I: Crime Scene
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The Year in Sex
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Baseball, Apple Pie and Money Shots: America Warms to porn
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Destination Mars
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Ray Bradbury
We are going to have to examine the whole issue of the future of manned space travel. There is no doubt that the enthusiasm for the whole space effort has waned over the years. Most Americans don't know what we are doing in space."
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Fight or Die
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Katherine Dunn
It's a clear January afternoon in Golden Valley, Arizona, and Johnny Tapia is in trouble. He sits in a house trailer surrounded by gray-uniformed Mohave County sheriff's deputies. For nearly an hour a deputy has been barking through a loudspeaker, "Come out with your hands in the air." Faces pop up in the windows, but there is no other response. The 35-year-old Tapia–five-time world boxing champion in three different weight divisions and the pride of Albuquerque, New Mexico–waits inside the mobile home with two of his cousins, one of whom is wanted on charges of aggravated assault and armed robbery. The cousin asked Tapia for help, sure of his loyalty. Tapia brought them to this trailer in the desert.
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Valentine's Day Sex Quiz
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1) During the afternoon on Valentine's Day, you send your girlfriend some flowers at work. The card should begin:
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Buck Brown
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Playmate
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Aliya Wolf, Miss February, 2004
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Stephen Wayda
When Aliya Wolf strides into our office for this interview, we can almost hear her amazing cheekbones slicing through the air as she approaches. "I'm half German and half American Indian, so I have very sharp features," she says, almost apologetically. "People assume that I'm very stern, so I go out of my way to smile a lot, because otherwise I look like the Terminator."
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Playboy's Party Jokes
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How can you tell that Governor Schwarzenegger still enjoys groping women?
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Marty Murphy
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Play to Win
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Allen St. John
Three...two...one...! When the final seconds tick off the clock at Super Bowl XXXVIII this month in Houston, the winners will pop their champagne bottles and toast their riches. By winners, we mean the gamblers, players who stand to make far more cash on the game than those guys running around on the field in tight pants. Some $7 billion in wagers will change hands after that final play. That's more than the gross domestic product of Iceland, more than twice the market value of American Airlines, all of it bet on a single game of football
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Centerfolds on Sex: Laurie Fetter
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Where to Kiss me Teasing is kind of annoying. If he teases me, he'd better be ready to back it up in about five minutes. I would rather just have sex. Of course, in some ways teasing turns me on. I love it when a man kisses my neck. That's my hot spot. I just love having my neck stroked and caressed. I get kind of nervous with sucking, but I love lots of kisses. And if he gives me licks down my back, I love that, too. I get hot really easily when he does that. It's very easy to tell when something is working—I get goose bumps everywhere.
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20Q
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Dave Matthews
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Assignment in Havana
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Bob Shacochis
There was a fish in the air, beautiful and almighty, dancing on its tail, the iron-black sword of its bill slashing the Havana skyline. It was May 1991, a hard spring for the Cubans, who were mortified by the loss of the Soviet Union, it too an exalted vision, disappearing into the deep blue abyss of history, unabsolved.
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Oh, don't stop!I...I'm melting.
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Considering her undeniable sex appeal and her capacity for being the focal point of any crowd, you'd think Jaime Pressly's natural habitat would be the glitzy Hollywood gala. Think again. "I could care less about red carpets and velvet ropes," says the high-flying star of the new action film Torque. "It's like pulling teeth to get me to those things. I want to go sit at a hole-in-the-wall with my friends, knock back a margarita, talk about real stuff and laugh." Suddenly we wish we'd invited the 26-year-old actress to meet us somewhere—anywhere—more down-to-earth than a swank poolside cafe. But even dressed down in jeans, a T-shirt and a knit cap, Jaime outshines the trendy surroundings.
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Ms. La Guerre, some time ago I told you that if you didn't show a little more enthusiasm for your work here as my housekeeper, I'd have to reconsider your position, which most of the time should be on your back.Oui, Monsieur duck.
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Hello, Pops, what can we do for you?I want some Sex!
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Xandria Collection
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Where & How to Buy
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Below is a list of retailers and manufacturers you can contact for information on where to find this month's merchandise. To buy the apparel and equipment shown on pages 32, 39–40, 112–119, 159 and 163, check the listings below to find the stores nearest you.
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Credits: Photography By: P. 3 Ap/Wide World Photos. Inc., Jorg Badura, Fabien Baron. Richard Nagler, ©bill Reitzel/Corbis Outline: P. 5 Stephen Wayda, Kent Williams: P. 6 Corbis. John Craig, Patrick Demarchelier: P. 11 Lodge/Johansson (17): P. 12 Lodge/Johansson (17): P. 15 Ales Bravnicar, David Rose: P. 16 Benjamin Krain: P. 21 Afp/Corbis, George Georgiou (2), Kevin Kuster: P. 22 Getty Images. Mizuno (2), P. 24 Eva Andry Of Andry Design/www.Andrydesign.Com. George Georgiou: P. 25 Afp/Corbis, Getty Images (3). Charlie Neibergall/Ap Photo. Gen Nishino: P 27 Everett Collection. Inc . Kerry Hayes/Smpsp/Twentieth Century Fox. Darren Michaels/©2003 Columbia Pictures Industries. Inc. All Rights Reserved. United Artists. Universal Pictures. P 28 Newmarket: P. 29 ©Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved, Everett Collection, Inc., ©Photofest (3), ©Vivian Zink/Photofest. P. 30 Elektra Records, Emily Wilson/Retna Ltd. USA: P. 32 ©Michael Zi, To/Sportschrome: P 33 Javier Pierini/Corbis, P. 36 Tiffany Lanier. Wireimage.Com: P. 40 George Georgiou, ©jim Spellman/Wireimage.Com, ©stockfood/Benelux Press, Bill Sumner, P 45 Steve Banks/Retna Ltd. USA, Castle Rock Entertainment/The Kobal Collection. Michael Kelleb/Corbis, Mizuno (2), ©Rommel/Masterfile, Twentieth Century Fox/Warners/The Kobal Collection: P 48 Ap/Wide World Photos: P. 49 Corgis (2), Ric Cagesbright/Corbis, Neal Preston/Corgis: P 50 Wally McNamee/Corbis: P. 51 Jamaica Observer Ltd. ©No.Contact: P. 56 David Rose: P. 57 Everett Collection, Inc. P.(5): P. 61 Fabian Cevallos/Corbis Sigma, Corbis, Frazer Harrison/Getty Images, Ramey Agency/Abaca Press: P. 62 American Media, Inc., Myung J. Chun-Pool/Getty Images (2), Frazer Harrison/Getty Images. Eric Leonard, Zuma Archive/Zuma Press: P. 63 Mel Bouzad/Getty Images. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images, Reuters. Andrew Shawaf/Getty Images: P. 64 Associated Press, Bettinann/Corbis. Ny Post. Ted Soqui/Corbis Sigma: P. 66 Damian Dovarganes/Ap/Wide World Photos, Inc., Foodpix/Getty Images. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images For Ganieshow Network, Gen Nishino. Olivier Polet/Sipa Press. ©Rex Features. Mario Tama/Getty Images. Matt Wagemann: P. 67 Abc, Tami Arroyo/Aff/Retna Ltd. USA, Vince Bucci/Getty Images, By Permission Of Steve Kelley And Creators Syndicate, Inc., Mario Casilli, East News/Getty Images, Bob En. Glehart/The Hartford Courant, Reuters/Newmedia Inc./Corbis (2), Mindy Schauer/Krt/Abaca, Takamatsu/Oshihara/Sipa Press (2), Sang Tan/Ap/Wide World Photos. Inc., Frank Trapper/Corbis. Erika Willhite/Corbis: P 68 Evan Agostini/Getty Images, Vince Bucci/Getty Images. George Georgiou, Bertrand Guam/Getty Images, ©Richard Lohr (3), Mario Magnani/Getty Images, Robert Mora/Getty Images, Fred Prouser/Reuters/Landov, Phil Rigby/Ap/Wide World Photos, Inc., Michael Smith/Getty Images. Matt Wagemann: P 69 Ap/Icon Images, Miquel Benitez/©Rek Features. 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(2), Al Bello/Allsport/Getty Images, Jeff Scheid/Ap/Wide World Photos, Inc.: P. 82 Corbis, Everett Collection. Getty Images (2), K.J. Historical/Corbis, Ron Kimball/Ron Kimball Stock. Retrofile.Com (3). Thomas Schweizer/Corbis (2): P 83 Getty Images (4), Hulton Archive/Getty Images, The Kobal Collection, Mizuno, Retna Ltd. USA (2), Retrofile.Com. P. 100 Brian Bahr/Getty Images, Steve Chenn/Corbis, Craig Jones/Getty Images, Jose Santos/Sportschrome: P 101 Tom Hauck/Getty Images, Rob Trin.Gali/Sportschrome: P. 102 Al Bello/Getty Images. Rich Clarkson/Ncaa Photos: P. 103 Ap/Wide World Photos (2), Jamie Souire/Getty Images: P. 105 George Georgiou (2), P. 106 Retna Ltd. USA: P. 155 Richard Fegley, Gregg Deguire/Wireimage.Com. Barry King/Wireimage.Com, Lodge/Johansson, Denise Truscello/Wireimage.Com: P 156 Arny Freytag. Paul Hadfield/Splashnews (3). Retna Ltd. USA, Stephen Wayda, P. 162 George Georgiou, David Goodman, Matt Wagemann: P. 163 David Goodman, Matt Wagemann: P 164 Arny Freytag. Jim Ruymen/Reuters/Newmedia. Inc. Noah Woods. ©2003 World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Illustration By, P 39 Bill Benway P. 55 Grooming By Sylvia Viau For Cloutieragency. Com. Styling By Vincent Boucher: PP. 60-64 From Homicide Special. ©2003 By Miles Corwin: Pp. 112-119 Women'S Styling By Meriem Orlet, Hair By David Cotteblanche At Frederic Fekkai Salon, Makeup By Carmindy At Kramer Kramer. Cover, Model: Jaime Pressly. Photography By Patrick Oemarchelier, Makeup By Marie Josee Lafontaine, Hair By Michel Aleman For Frederic Fekkai Beaute, Styling By Lisa Marie Fernandez
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Buckwizzle
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The Great Indoors
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Hey, cut yourself some slack. In the thick of February—the iciest, most suicide-friendly month of the year—there's no better time to skip out on your plans, kick back in your castle with your favorite naked girl and indulge in some peace and quiet. What could beat a 27-year-old single malt accompanied by some prime space-monster slaughter from the new Alien nine disc DVD boxed set ($99, pictured below)? Pour a tall one from our bar of this winter's new liquors, power up these hometheater components, and toast to the recline of Western civilization.
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Feeling Fresh?
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Playboy (ISSN 0032-1478), February 2004, volume 51, number 2. Published monthly by Playboy in national and regional editions, Playboy, 680 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Periodicals postage paid at Chicago, Illinois and at additional mailing offices. Canada Post Canadian Publications Mail Sales Product Agreement No. 40035534. Subscriptions: in the U.S., $29.97 for 12 issues. Postmaster: Send address change to Playboy, P.O. Box 2007, Harlan, Iowa 51537-4007. For subscription-related questions, call 800-999-4438, or e-mail circ@ny.playboy.com.
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Next Month
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WWE Supervixens—Get in the ring as we pin down wrestling's hottest pinups—And best-selling Playboy alums—Torrie Wilson and Sable for a special (nude!) face-off. It's the ultimate catfight—And you've got a front-row seat
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NBA Entertainment.
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