Former member Jessica Joan gave an impassioned victim statement during the proceedings, in which she described Mack as “a demon of a woman” who had groomed her to be a “sex slave.” “Allison Mack is the most evil monster I’ve ever met,” she said. “She sought me out like a predator stalking their prey.”

So, stop pulling your punches there, Jessica, and say what’s on your mind.

She’s engaged in some hanky-panky with Han Solo in Hanover Street (1979). There are a few flashes of her breasts or butt in other films, but they are just that: brief flashes. This is the only time when she was just standing there, showing her fun stuff.

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UPDATE from the comment section. (Author: The Snapper)

I’m pretty sure she was nude in a British TV biopic about a stripper called ‘The One and Only Phyllis Dixey’ but I’ll admit I can’t remember for sure because I haven’t seen it since 1978 when it played on TV.

Yup, you seem to be right. I’m trying to find a copy now. This is a screenshot (allegedly) from a workprint:

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The “Birds aren’t real” movement plans to “spread the feathered gospel.”

I believe that people will actually start believing this. You can support that with a quote from one of two famous thinkers.

“All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.”

– Arthur Schopenhauer (allegedly)

“There is no idea too stupid to attract a large number of believers.”

– Uncle Scoopy

By the way, I don’t think Schopenhauer ever said that.

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Jimmy Durante, a legendary vaudevillian, ended every appearance with “Goodnight, Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are.”

So just who was Mrs. Calabash?

The legends say that it might be any one of three different women, although Durante gave a direct and definitive explanation near the end of his storied life, but every version of the story agrees that it derives from Durante’s visit to the charming town of Calabash, North Carolina, which bills itself as “The Seafood Capital of the World.”