So Mr. Hefner - this is what it has come to?
Is it to lure a younger readership by putting Marge on the cover - and as the interview? Because, if so, you might be about 10-15 years too late. While I still like the Simpsons, in theory, I have not gone out of my way to see an original episode for at least half a decade.
And are younger readerships really wanting to see a 45 year old mother of three in a skin magazine?
I suppose if I had to choose between her, Benicio del Toro or Tracy Morgan, Marge might float to the top two.
Compared to Hef, the former Marge Bouvier is certainly a spry youngster, but so is Dame Judi Dench.
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I started thinking about the Simpsons and wondered if there were any female characters who were hot enough to be in a skin mag. I can't think of any.
Then I started thinking about the men. The only male character I can think of that I'm even remotely "attracted" to is Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, and that's only because I have a thing for Indian men.
As for Benicio del Toro, I love ugly men, and he sure is ugly, but I'm not feeling it for him. Maybe if he was dirty and sweaty with ripped clothes and a black eye...
When you think about it, Marge is the next logical step. As the women in playboy are so plastic and airbrushed anD cartoonishly proportioned, it's only fitting.
Next playboy will turn into Mangaboy...
The real question is, does the carpet match the drapes?
Aw you should give it a look see again. It's still a great show with great writing. I never miss a new episode, or at least I never miss recording it.
guess what, boys...marge is NOT on the cover...the marge cover is a teaser...spouse got his playboy today and there is another human woman on the cover...DAMMIT!
and yes, I DO read it for the articles, TYVM!
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