There's something about a red head, even if she isn't a natural redhead. It makes you feel as if you hit the jackpot, even if you didn't know you were playing. Seems the majority of you are biggest on Jane Levy being the best potential Mary Jane in the current reboot of the AMAZING SPIDER-MAN movies, even if she looks much younger than Garfield (out of the 3 from last week, Levy was the oldest at 24-years old, approximately 6 years younger than Andrew). This week we're all going to flood the R-rated comedy screens for NEIGHBORS because who doesn't like a funny (or hot) neighbor? Let's battle out three of the best.
Probably one of the most well-known hot neighbors, the thing about Cuoco's Penny isn't just that she's a nice piece of next-door ass, it's that she's not so defiantly beautiful that it wouldn't be plausible for her to live in the apartment across the way as a struggling actress. She's friendly and sexy and at times even caustically sarcastic, making her all the much more lust after worthy.
I have a hard time believing that Eric Foreman would have ever scored Donna even in the most generous of "she's a tall, tomboy kinda gal" worlds. Laura Prepon dyed her hair red for the role, once again making me feel like slamming my head into a wall over the dated concept that redheads are the runners up in the hot world. Tell me you honestly would have picked Jackie over Donna and I'll call you a liar.
One of the quiet asides in the original HAROLD AND KUMAR installments was that Harold was pathetically in swoon with his hot neighbor Maria. We tend to forget that she was a finish line goal of the quiet dude who was steamrolled by all the other forces in his life. But damn, what a prize she turned out to be, as a elevator make-out turned girlfriend turned horny wife, proving once again that there's little adverse effect to smoking huge amounts of ganja.
Which babe would you most want to go knock-knock-knocking on the door of: Kaley, Laura or Paula?-span>