2001 Playboys

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January
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Features - 2001, Hello (The writer of the original space odyssey believes that life exists beyond earth and predicts that it will be found this century); Penelope Cruz (Knockout gorgeous and co-starring with five Hollywood hunks in four seperate movies, the woman is definitely on top. We like her from every angle); Screwball Science (If it sounds too good to be true - think Vitamin O and perpetual motion machines - it probably is. Now read how gullible we really are); Goldberg (From the bottom of the NFL to the top of pro wrestling - that's the "strange journey" Goldberg recounts in his riotous war diaries. We picked the best parts, like his training at the Power Plant and his infamous match with Sid Vicious); Topless Town (When a cafe waitress loses her blouse, one small town takes a shine to liberty); In Praise Of Regis Philbin (Quiz show lightweight? Kathie Lee foil? Never sell the man short, advises one old friend. And never challenge his knowledge of Notre Dame football trivia); Do-It-Yourself Sex Tricks (It's surprising how women find a bit of anticipation scintillating. If you've never pulled the old double-nickle trick, now's your chance); Lust And Found (Come January 20, Bill and Hillary will be giving up their prime digs. The cleaning staff should have plenty to snicker about); Drugs 2001 (Recreational drug use is on the rise. New drugs and adulterations are proliferating. It's time to take a clear, hard look at what these chemicals are, what they do and whether they're dangerous); That Was The Year That Was (Richard Hatch survived. but will Dennis Miller? What's eating Vladimir? The year 2000 raised many troubling questions. We deliver the laughable highlights in rhyme); Centerfolds On Sex: Barbara Moore (The girl has an active mouth - in every way you can think of); 20Q: Carol Alt (The very sexy supermodel would like to set the record straight. She is not a hockey hag. She doesn't like walking around naked. She hails a cab by hiking up her skirt. We hung on every word) Interview - Gary Johnson (The maverick governor of New Mexico has shaken up the national drug debate with his aggressive advocacy of legalization. He is also a fitness fanatic who competes in triathlons. Pay attention) Pictorials - Gabrielle Reece (She's got game - but no chothes. Gabby serves up an ace for Playboy); Russian Delight (Irina is an art school grad. Let our exhibitions be your canvas); The Year In Sex (Versace ruled, Rudy rutted, everyone sued - and it made for fabulous entertainment); Playmate Review (Sharpen your pencils, men, and vote. Our pictures will refresh your memory) Fiction - Cruising Altitude (You never forget your first girl - that is, the one who first introduced you to the tantric airline-sex circuit); The High School Sweetheart (On the night he ascends to the top of his profession, a mystery writer confesses his sinister inspiration) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy; we'll Take Manhattan (Playmates land on Betsey Johnson's runway); Limp Bizkit Rocks The Mansion (Courtney Love butters Fred's biscuit); The Playboy Forum (The false history of gun culture); Playmate News (A PMOY as Gladiatrix, French Stewart's favorite) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; The Single Life; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Eleventh-Hour Santa (A Ferrari clock and a Jeep in the box top our last minute gift guide); 2001 Tuxedos (These days the right spot for a tux is a club, not a corporate awards ceremony) Reviews - Movies (DVDs for Xmas); Video (Campaign films; James Woods); Music (Green Day and Merle Haggard; grown-up punks); Books (Martin Luther King Jr. in photos; the great Herb Ritts)
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February
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Features - Really High Steel (Remember the jet-jockey astronauts who first conquered space? The new guys with the right stuff are hanging out in the void with tool belts); The Survivor Scam (So what if the castaways had help? So what if it wasn't survival at all? Experts dissect the real drama - and comedy - behind the scenes); Lil' Kim's Breasts (The Notorious B.I.G.'s former squeeze is a platinum-selling rapper whose exposed breast got a notorious pat from Diana Ross at the MTV Video Music Awards. We pay homage where homage is due); The Moron's Guide To A Larger Penis (Amazing what some men will do for an inch or two. You'll laugh, you'll cry - just don't try it at home); Hot Women, Hot Wheels (We asked six Playmates which cars make their hearts go pitter-patter. Start reaching for your wallets, fellas); 20Q: Sela Ward (Whether you recognize her from Sprint comercials or Once and Again - the TV show that won her an Emmy - you know she's the epitome of a dark erotic South. We got her thoughts on sex as a sport, her cheerleading stunts and the etiquette of shooting nude scenes); Pippa (The daring designer in trendy London sings in a band - and is enthralled with Playboy. She even has a pin-up tattoo. So we hired her. Then did her Bettie Page imitation); Centerfolds On Sex (Deanna Brooks loves to do it in public. She picks up pointers for home performances at strip clubs. She likes to sneak a peek at others. "I love the realness of live sex." We love you, Deanna); What Do You Do With $450 Million? (Receiving a fortune requires some canny moves. A top financial advisor tells Anna Nicole Smith how to handle her assets) Fiction - 1-900 (The woman on the phone sex line is a hot number with a dirty mouth. Our talkative hero wants to get to know her first. It's a titillating problem - so what else could we do but listen in?) Interview - Vince McMahon (He calls himself the boss hoss of wrestling. We call him one of the canniest guys on the entertainment circuit. It's an inside peek at the WWF - and a preview of the vaunted XFL) Pictorials - Surfer Girl (Amy Cobb eats heartily and does crazy things on the waves. Her pictures will inspire you, too); Cover Girl (Lauren Michelle Hill was a big hit on October's college issue. She came back for graduate work); She's In The Money (Anna Nicole Smith hails from Texas, where bigger is better. It doesn't get much bigger than $450 million) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Charlie's Angels premier, Chyna at the Mansion, Brande's birthday); On The Town (Hef and his blonde party posse, Cuba Gooding Jr., Justin from 'N Sync, David Spade); The Playboy Forum (The jobless (blame after-hours porn), the persecuted (blame J. Edgar Hoover), and the blameless (blame anyone else); Playmate News (New York book party, lettuce lingerie, Jaime Bergman Schwings) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; The Single Life (She's giving those "I want to but I won't" vibes. Here's how to close the deal); Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Top Of The Lot (Business goes casual and casual looks sharp. The new relaxed coats); Tips And Microchips (New PDAs and other gadgets put day-trading in the palm of your hand) Reviews - Movies (Laura Linney, vampires); Video (Pimps on DVD); Music (U2, P.J. Harvey and Australian country); Books (John le Carre, self-published sex)
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March
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Contents - Features - Dream On (Got the urge to explore some risky moves in bed? Want to give them a trial run first? Start when your asleep. A rousing report from the frontier of sexual research); Playboy Profile: The Talented Mr. Ridley (Credit Ridley Scott and his pioneering video dazzle with half the stuff that followed on MTV. His films are inventively grim (Alien and Blade Runner), smart (Thelma and Louise) and gripping (Gladiator). For his latest project he bites off Hannibal (the cannibal, not the dude with the elephants)); Hardcore Hate (The Texas inmate population has tripled over the past decade. At the same time, prisons have become flash points for racial violence that spills into the streets. A rare and scary look behind the bars); Centerfold On Sex: Jennifer Rovero (Her precocious early fling, why kissing men can make or break a date and her secret trick with a man when he's sleeping); Hey, Richard! (This is the stuff the survivors should have taken: two-week deodorant, biodegradable paint balls and a CD-radio alarm clock that re-creates a steam-engine train, car horns and street noise); 20Q: Traci Lords (Infamous teen star Traci Lords has erected a great adult career. She has an album, hit films and TV roles - and she still knows how to make a guy happy without messing up her lipstick) Fiction - The Sparring Partner (In the shady boxing world of Las Vegas, rescuing another soul can be a tough business. Particularly a rising female fighter whom you train - and date) Interview - Bob Knight (Genius or tryant? Victim of persecution or jerk with a temper? His tenure finished at Indiana, the volatile coach has lost neither his bark nor his bite - as our interviewer discovered) Pictorials - Topless Golf (These girls could give a clinic on fairway wood); Playmate: Miriam Gonzalez (Our Playmate 2000 search beauth claims she is shy and reserved. Hard to believe, Miriam); X-Treme Team (Playmates work up a sweat at the Eco-Challenge in Borneo); Kylie Bax (A marquee supermodel explores her Marquis fantasies) Notes And News - Monster Bash (The Backstreet Boys and Tobey Maguuire said boo); Wet Paint Pre-Party (Naked Playmates in Halloween costumes); The Playboy Forum (Ten more commandments); Playmate News (X-Treme Team on TV, LA Glamourcon, Cosmo gal's favorite) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Stylin' America (A nod to California and matinee idols - spring styles by homegrown designers); Street Fighters (Don't get distracted by mountain lake hype. These road warriors kick asphalt); Watch This! (New watches do more than tick - they even snap and click) Reviews - Music (Outkast smells the roses, Neil Young live, Tom Petty); Movies (Ed Harris as Jackson Pollock, Marley Shelton as Tricia Nixon); Video (Mouthwatering fare for Hannibal, Oliver Stone on DVD, Candy); Books (Fifties movie posters, Birth of the Cool and mysteries on tape)
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April
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Contents - Features - Sun Rise (Sam Phillips created rock and roll at his tiny Memphis recording studio. We asked the legends of music to sing the praises of Sun Studios. Then we asked ourselves: Could Elvis, Johnny and Jerry Lee have sprung up anywhere else?); Playboy Profile: Bishop John Spong's Bully Pulpit (John Spong is an Episcopal biship who would ordain women, allow gay marriages and shake up organized religions. Let us pray); Centerfolds On Sex: Petra Verkaik (Wild hair and makeup and wearing badass black boots help Petra prepare for her favorite role: supervixen); Being Spike Jonze (The director of Being John Malkovich and co-creator of MTV's Jackass is one crazy dude. We have 13 pieces of evidence); The Year In Music (Our readers send shouts out to Eminem and Belle and Sebastian. Ozzy is enshrined in the Playboy Hall of Fame); Music Buzz (Matt Pinfield, the first name in underground music, has an ear for cool sounds. For Playboy, he singles out bands that have slipped through the cracks of the industry hype machine); Japanese Trash TV (Imagine a world where naked babes answer trivia questions from a hot tub and must stand up to hit their buzzers. In Japan, that world is called prime time); 20Q: Wclef Jean (Fugee mastermind and solo star Wclef Jean is riding on the success of his second solo CD. The Haitian emigre carries a small ax and writes redemption songs - but he can still appreciate a good lay); In The Eye Of Napster's Storm (The cunning system of trading songs online sent big corporations into cardiac arrest. But it inspired awe in music enthusiasts. Founding developer Jordan Ritter describes what it was like to foment a revolution) Fiction - My Life In Heavy Metal (Like Cinderella sang, you don't know what you've got till it's gone. But even then you're not always sure what it was - or why you let it go) Interview - Metallica (Only seven bands have sold more albums in the U.S. than Metallica. But its members still strike the defensive crouch of outcasts. And still they rage against the machine - Napster's machine, that is) Pictorials - Spring Break (When college girls head to the beach, they leave their books - and bikinis - home. We took pictures); Playmate: Katie Lohmann (The Scottsdale knockout was the only girl on her high school wrestling team. Pin us, Katie); The Girls Of The Hard Rock Casino (They work a round-the-clock backstage bash. It's only rock and roll, but we like it - especially in the nude) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Kid Rock plays golf, Lennox Lewis, Hef on the View); Rockin' At The Mansion (Doobie and Righteous brothers, Brian Setzer and 'N Sync harmonize with Hef); The Playboy Forum (Abstinence education scams, sex-book sales charts); Playmate News (Playmates in music videos; Alan Cumming's favorite Playmates) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Playboy's Spring And Summer Fashion Forecast (Comfort is the key in warm weather. We carry it off with style); Naked Bikes (Motorcycles flaunt their raw power) Reviews - Music (Everclear, Dot Com Blues, Enya and Joe Haydn); Movies (It's Oscar time - here's our list of the best); Video (Big-band era on DVD, road movies); Books (Bob Dylan, Stoned, the history of music censorship)
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June
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Features - Forever Marilyn (She was born 75 years ago, the greatest and most elusive sex kitten to prowl our popular culture. She set the gold standard in platinum. She snagged our best slugger and preeminent playwright. What was her secret?), The Deadly Air (Foot-and-mouth disease devastates livestock - other viruses could do the same for humans. They're deadly weapons in the hands of terrorists. Nature is doing it's own sinister work. A scary report on the tiniest of terrors), Ten Great Porn Videos (These are the don't-miss treats, rated by one who knows, all currently available on video or DVD. Our report could save you hours of prowling the racks), Bombs Away (Jerry Bruckheimer, Hollywood's adrenaline master - Top Gun, Beverly Hills Cop, Armageddon - sets his sights on Pearl Harbor. Can he score another direct hit?), Centerfolds On Sex: Jessica Lee (Jessica likes a guy to take his time down under. And she repays in kind), 20Q: Edward Burns (The producer, writer, director and star of the no-frills Brothers McMullen has since worked for Spielberg and opposite De Niro. This son of a New York City cop has an Irishman's gift of gab - and a new film), City Girls: LA Style (Four young women got together to talk sex and compare notes. We paid for the drinks, Then we stood back) Fiction - The Other Side Of Mulholland (A Hollywood screenwriter gets his big breaks and Perry's pals celebrate. But the back end is a bitch - in more ways than one) Interview - Charlie Sheen (Nobody partied like the Machine - even Slash told Sheen he was nuts. Now the star of Platoon, Wall Street and the Heidi Fleiss trial has cleaned up in Spin City. The good news: He still has tales to tell) Pictorials - The News Flashers (On this online network, stuffed shirts were replaced with no shirts. Dan Rather, eat your heart out), Playmate: Heather Spytek (Heather loves award shows. She renewed our interest in Golden Globes), Playmate Of The Year (Brande is better than VSOP - she's PMOY) Notes And News - Howard And Hef (Hef and Howard Stern rock out with Rod Stewart and Smash Mouth), Mansion Lovefest (Hef threw kylie Bax a party on Valentine's Day), The Playboy Forum (Women's magazines on sex), Playmate News (Julia Schultz in Rush Hour 2, Lisa Welch's winery) Departments - Playbill, Dear Playboy, After Hours, Wired, Living Online, Men, Mantrack, The Playboy Advisor, Party Jokes, Where And How To Buy, On The Scene, Grapevine, Potpourri Lifestyle - Fashion: Grand Central Getaway (Weekend jaunts test style and strategy. Here's what to throw in your shoulder bag), Haulin' Ass (The latest pickups can tame a mountain - and make a girl look twice), Dads And Grads (B&O's portable stereo, an Apple laptop - toys for the boys) Reviews - Music (Low, Ani DiFranco, the Pharcycle), Movies (A Merchant-Ivory winner, a triumph for John Turturro), Video (Ultimate MM, crime fiascos, Paul Verhoeven), Books (James Ellroy, Bare Fists and Irvine Welsh)
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July
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Features - True Sex Tales Of The 21st Century (Sex in the new century is heating up fast. Here are the new videos, toys and players that are pushing the envelope); Yo, "Two Way" Me (Two-way text messaging pagers are trendier than hands-free cell phones. We checked out the speed-dial lists on the beepers of the stars); Marriage Is In The Air (The pressure to tie the know is ballooning - marrying young is back. Don't panic. With meticulous concern for your bachelor well-being, we present all the arguments pro and con. Now you can panic); Roid Rage (Want to get really cut? Have more beautiful women than you can handle? Steroids do the job. The side effects may even be negligible - if you believe the propaganda); Surfing's New Wave (The best places to go for waves, groupies and naked surfing, plus a roundup of new gear); Centerfolds On Sex: Kerissa Fare (Kerissa likes her guys to help her shave it all off, then have a quickie in the tub); 20Q: Johnny Knoxville (Testing out a bulletproof codpiece isn't everybody's cup of tea. But for Johnny Knoxville, it led to a deal with MTV. His inspiration? As a kid, his dad had him smack visitors in the nads for a laugh); The Golden Age Of Baseball (Waxing nostalgic for those legends of yore who ran, stole and cracked homers in packed stadiums of loyal fans? Take off the rose-colored glasses. We're witnessing baseball's greatest era right now) Fiction - Supertoys: Play Can Be So Deadly And What Fun To Be Reborn (For sentient machines life can be tough. You never know who your real friends are - until a dead battery lands you in the junk heap) Interview - Chris Matthews (Long before he bacame host of MSNBC's Hardball, Chris Matthews was always up for a Capitol Hill dogfight. In a pitcher's duel with Playboy, Matthews brings the heat) Pictorials - The Arresting Officer Ginger (Call the cops. But when you see Ginger, it's the fire department you'll need); Playmate: Kimberley Stanfield (This Canadian beauty will make you want to become a Mountie); The Adventures Of Pam (The hitchhiker's guide to her galaxy. Thumb's up) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Hef gets waxed, Hard Rock girls party); Hangin' With Hef (Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx kick it with the Man); The Playboy Forum (Sperm wrangling, sex on TV); Playmate News (Johnnie Cochran's favorite Playmate; a Jenny McCarthy time line) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Fashion: So You Want To Be A Star (Joe McIntyre, formerly of New Kids on the Block, shows how to go it solo); A Guy's Guide To Martial Arts (What's t'ai-chi worth in a bar fight? How fast can I learn judo? We have the dojo mojo); Going Abroad? (Don't flash the OK sign in Brazil - it means screw you. Travel faux pas from Bali to Brest) Reviews - Music (Rammstein returns; Foo Fighters and NOFX join forces); Movies (Hollywood musicals reconsidered); Video (Screen bullies, Denis Leary); Books (Blacks in the military, the new Mosley, baby boom bust)
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August
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Features - Columbia: Land Of Death (Kids sniff glue to stave off hunger, bikers tote Uzis, street gangs run rampant. It's life in Medelliln, where the filmaker sent home diaries that will startle you); Cloning: Phase Two (Just about everyone - scientists, ethicists, religious leaders and politicos - is in a frenzy. That's because the next clone to emerge from a lab could be a human. Any time now); Centerfolds On Sex: Victoria Fuller (Our lady of the month reveals new ways to win her undying affection); Playboy Profile: Jet Li (Action star Jet Li is the fastest martial artist on earth. As Chinese cinema makes its move in Hollywood, Jet flies high - with no wires); Mad For The Mini (The littlest legend of Europe's roadways is back - and this time it's being built by the masters of the autobahn); Life's A Bitch And So Is Dating (Ever fallen in love with a girl who can play you like a ukulele? So has this girl - who got snookered by a girl, too. She feels your pain); 20Q: Jon Bon Jovi (He's sold more than 80 million records and mixes a great girly martini. But he still has to beg for a role on The Sopranos); I Stand, Therefore I Am (The manly ritual of facing the urinal is suddenly endangered. An important report from the frontiers of science) Fiction - Motel (What's a family road trip without some wild sex covered in motor oil? An arousing story) Interview - Tim Burton (The darkest, quirkiest director of blockbusters - Batman, Sleepy Hollow, Edward Scissorhands - has tackled the untimate fantasy, Planet Of The Apes. He has a thing for Charlton Heston, Vincent Price and Lisa Marie) Pictorials - Girls Of Bada Bing (Tony Soprano's staff of strippers are the hottest act on TV); Playmate: Jennifer Walcott (Our Ohioan is a nomad with a soft heart for animals - even party animals); Beauty And The Beat (Belinda Carlisle sang that she would make heaven a place on earth. Playboy is that place) Notes And News - The World Of Playboy (Hef celebrates 75, an Oscar party and an AIDS award with Bruce Vilanch); Hef's Happy 75th (Partygoers include Fred Durst, Rod Stewart, Carson Daly and Tara Reid); The Playboy Forum (Wild radio, abusive cops); Playmate News (Kelly Monaco's soap career, Pam and Liz Hurley) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Fashion: Boys Of Summer (Guys like Mike Piazza know what it takes to make the bigs - and the suit to wear when you get there); Shoot First (Digital video cameras can make you into a Steven Spielberg. We pick the best) Reviews - Movies (Hedwig hits the big screen, Thora Birch); Video (Dr. Drew, the Three Stooges, rock concert movies); Music (Billy Joe Shaver's outlaw country, Nuggets II, the Boss live); Books (Hornby and Irving return, Dave Navarro's debauched life)
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September
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Interview - Dale Earnhardt Jr. Playboy - Darlene Kurtis Pictorials - Sascha, Survivor (Jerri Manthey)
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October
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Features - College Sports In Crisis (School competition has become a cutthroat business in which the victims are often the star players, who graduate without an education. Now athletes are teaming with unions and outraged teachers to demand reform); Class Action (Nobody said being an undergraduate was easy. We offer key tools for survival, including your own DJ kit and a 21st century hangover helper); Playboy's Pigskin Preview (It's been 45 years since we started picking winners - college teams and Playboy's All-Americas. Once again we dare to compare. Our football insight is legendary); The Four-Year Road Trip (We've probably never heard of the Nadas, but they're huge on the college circuit. Our reporter hung out in their girl-packed RV); Back To Campus Fashion (Ah, the challenge of looking sharp and being comfortable. Have we got great news for you. Plus, these clothes don't require your dad's credit card); Centerfolds On Sex: Ulrika Ericsson (She likes older men, risky places and lights on. Line forms this way, gentleman); 20Q: Marg Helgenberger (As the star of TV's CSI, Marg lights our Bunsen burner every week. In an investigative 20Q, she talks about knockers, Julia Roberts and sex scenes); Buzz From Abroad (There are 5000 foreign study programs. None tell you where to drink absinthe, find underground raves or meet topless babes) Fiction - Fishboy (In our annual College Fiction Contest's winning story, a teenage crush on the cute girl in class sends this dude to the bottom of the tank. It's a love story more twisted than an eel in a blender) Interview - The West Wing (Rarely does a TV show create such intense buzz - or influence the nation's politics. West Wing did that and more, grabbing 17 million viewers and a record number of Emmys. To get the dirt on their White House, Playboy sat down with the show's very smart creator and eight cast members, including Martin Sheen, Rob Lowe and Allison Janney) Pictorials - Rapid Rios (Leilani Rios was kicked off her college track team for stripping. We're happy to train with her - nude); Playmate: Stephanie Heinrich (Miss October dreams of becoming a detective. Hef, meanwhile, is the sleuth when it comes to beauty); Elvira's Night Moves (The Mistress of the Dark is our idea of a Halloween pinup. This trick's a treat); Girls Of The SEC (Nobody struts their stuff like these spirited coeds from the sultry South) Notes And News - World Of Playboy (A Cannes cake, Hef and Liz, our big book party); Hef's European Adventure (Cannes, Milan and London - and, of course, seven girlfriends); Hef In Europe: Part Two (The party continues with Germany's PMOY and British MTV); The Playboy Forum (A nation of snoops, invasions of privacy); Playmate News (Little E's favorite Playmate, MM's birthday tribute) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; On The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Reviews - Movies (A teen Othello, Swedish peace and love, Barbet Schroeder in Columbia); Video (Fuel adventure; the greatest American movie on DVD, director John Sayles); Music (Yardbirds boxed, Nick Lowe, Keb' Mo'); Books (Life and Def, Kinky Friedman on Texas etiquette)
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November
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Contents - Features - What Do These People Want? (Violence and rampage grab all the media attention, but the antiglobalization forces are an impressive mass movement - highly organized and highly motivated. Here are the voices and passion you've never heard); Plus: A Letter From The Sixties (A journalist who chronicled the protests of 40 years ago has words of wisdom for today's demonstrators); How To Date A Girl Smarter Than You (Drooling over that brainy babe who thinks you're an idiot every time you open your mouth? Don't worry. Here's how to cheat your way into her bed); Oral History (U.S. servicemen came to love it while liberating France. But saucy cave girls had figured it out long before); Centerfolds On Sex: Jami Ferrell (She has this fantasy of drifting into a room nude while a man's asleep and - well, you can guess the rest. Oh, she also has a thing about faucets in a tub); 20Q: Will Ferrell (The top-billed vet of Saturday Night Live and the go-to Bush mimic talks about cutting in line at Disneyland, his SNL all-star team and why we'll never see the Barfing Bigot); Dirty Skate Kings (These lords of the board turn half-pipe dreams into millions of dollars - without ever quitting the asphalt underground) Fiction - The Letterman (Every college kid dreams of an Amsterdam hooker, and Gregor had an excuse to go. His father lived there. Turned out Daddy also had a very attractive mistress) Interview - Joel And Ethan Coen (The mavericks behind Fargo, Barton Fink and Blood Simple are back with a new noir. To set the stage, the Coen brothers ruminate on a few favorite topics: blowing up animals, Brando as a bagel and why Hollywood has a hard-on for independents) Pictorials - Sex In Cinema (Nicole Kidman as a courtesan, the Marquis de Sade in his own feature and a film so shocking it was banned in France. Who could ask for anything more); Playmate: Lindsey Vuolo (Her three favorite things are dancing, skiing and, - she'll leave it to your imagination); Angelica (Angelica still believes in Southern hospitality. You'll love her biscuits) Notes And News - Fun In The Sun (Hef celebrates the Fourth with Liz Hurley and Oliver Stone); More Fun In The Sun (The plantinum party posse hits Disneyland and the Playboy Jazz Festival); The Playboy Forum (Sex in many countries and privacy nightmares here); Playmate News (Victoria's Playmate secret; Jon Stewart's favorites) Departments - Playbill; Dear Playboy; After Hours; Wired; Living Online; Men; Mantrack; The Playboy Advisor; Party Jokes; Where And How To Buy; Off The Scene; Grapevine; Potpourri Lifestyle - Martini Moment (There's a new effort to update the great cocktail with wild recipes and ingredients. We sampled); War Zone (Microsoft blasts into the video-game biz. As amazing as the product are its skate-punk roots) Reviews - Movies (Fairuza Balk; why we love indies); Video (The Godfather on DVD and other Mob hits); Music (Joe Strummer and a leftist Coup); Books (Quincy Jones' autobiography, a history of the pill)
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December
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Interview - Will Smith Playmate - Shanna Moakler Pictorials - Hotel Deluxe, Bebe Still Rocks, Sex Stars, Gena Lee Nolin Fiction - Blood Test, How to Love a Republican Features - Strange Bedfellows, Beyond Viagra, Baby, Stop We're on TV, Orgy in Pasadena, Celebrity Christmas Carols, Football, College Football Preview, Playboy Music Poll 2001, Outkast No More, Centerfolds on Sex: Natalia Sokolove, 20 Questions: Catherine Bell
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