Thursday, November 12, 2015

Geeks always had the hottest babes


9 comments:

taminator013 said...

And Wilma on Buck Rogers...............

drjim said...

Don't forget Marina Sirtis!

Constitutional Insurgent said...

I was a fan of Athena, myself.......but Jane Seymour has never looked bad! Love me some geek girls......

Turd Burglestein said...

Camel Toe !!!!!

pigpen51 said...

I graduated H.S. in 1978. The show was kind of cutting edge back then, believe it or not. And yes, she was and is a hot woman, who fueled many a young man's fantasy.
The difference between women back then and women of today is that of class. Women of today are just as hot, maybe even hotter, but women back then just seemed to have more class. Farah posed in a one piece swimsuit, and it was the sexiest thing for years, maybe even decades.

Anonymous said...

My memory must be slipping, I don't remember Jane Seymour at all on that show but I remember her as a Bond girl in Live and Let Die. I also remember Erin Gray as Col. Wilma Deering, Catherine Bach as Daisy Duke, Linda Carter as Wonder Woman and Randi Oakes on CHiPs.

Al_in_Ottawa

genericviews said...

So. Really, geeks had nothing. Movie stars had the sexiest women. Geeks just had posters of them. Those women would never even notice the geeks were alive.

In real life, the nerds never date the prom queen.

Rich said...

Jane played Serina, and married Richard Hatch's character, Capt Apollo, but her character passed/was killed off shortly into the series. The gorgeous Maren Jensen played his sister Athena, and beautiful Laurette Spang played Cassiopeia, both of the latter in love with Dirk Benedict's Lt. Starbuck.

You might try this site:

http://space1970.blogspot.com/

Sadly, in MooreRon's 're-imagining', he wanted 'strong women characters' though he had no Cassiopeia, Athena nor Serina, but Boomer and Starbuck got sex changes. Liberals do this all the time, and it's the current fad in comic books. Instead of creating character that fit their ideals and letting them compete in the free market, they make changes to established character to fit their ideology.

Mike aka Proof said...

Sci-fi is Hollywood's red headed stepchild. When Jane Seymour started to make it big, mysteriously, Battlestar Galactica fell off her resume!