I decided to try and give network television a little more of my attention this year partly because I've been at a depressing loss for words over my dissipating interest in most of what has been dumped at the box office this year and partly because I should start figuring out what all the channels in the black box are for since I pay for the damn cable. Since I'm new to the ways that TV has changed recently, I thought we could go over some babes from the new fall season, mmm'kay?
What blows me away about Grace Park the most is that the chick is 36-years old. The stereotype about Asians aging well doesn't just apply to this babe, she damn near wrote the book on it. That and convincing television show producers to give her the previously male roles, as she's nabbed the role of Kona for the "Hawaii Five-O" remake (I tried watching it on Monday but couldn't buy into it, not that that says anything about her hotness) and her character on "Battlestar Galactica" was also previously male. Of course, the other thing that is mind-altering about this Korean darling is that insane ass she sports.
I haven't seen this chick in anything but after sitting through the "First Look" ads that they air before the trailers at the movies over the summer and catching the chocolate version of Mrs. Smith ala Gugu Mbatha-Raw in the new show "Undercovers," I woulds LOVE to continue seeing more of this lady. Despite having a name that might cause one pause, this babe grew up in England and was an actress at the Oxford Playhouse as well as getting professional training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art for years before landing this show as her big break. For "Doctor Who" fans, you might recognize her as Tish Jones from her four episode stint on that show. Hell, I've memorized spelling her name now because I plan on contributing to her cult fan base if I need to.
I don't know if I'm going to be able to stomach attempting to watch "The Event" since my emotional involvement in a show needs to be fairly non-committal, but bless those TV execs for immediately trying to find themselves a "Lost" replacement. Let's hope that it can translate into more successful work for Sarah Roemer, that babe who made our mouths water as the hot next door neighbor in DISTURBIA a few summers back. I've seen her in FIRED UP! as well HACHI but this hot blonde is still looking for the proper footing in the acting world. Which is a shame since she's proven she can act even next to the biggest hams.
Who's your favorite New Fall Show Babe?
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