Monday, August 11, 2008

TVGuide.com's Sexiest SciFi Stars

Countdown to the big move: 4 Days

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So TVGuide.com posted their Sexiest Sci-Fi Stars. Considering the simple fact that it was a reader-nominated and voted poll, the results shouldn't surprise me. But they do.

15. David Duchovny (The X-Files). Okay, this one I can agree with. In his heyday as Fox Mulder, the man was hot. He's still good-looking, but age has taken away a little of that puppy-dog adorableness I loved.

14. Eliza Dushku (Buffy, Tru Calling). Good choice.

13. Gillian Anderson (The X-Files). Meh.

12. Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica). Should have been higher on the list.

11. Ben Browder (Farscape, Stargate:SG1). Hot, but not top 15 for me.

10. Nathan Fillion (Firefly). Should have been in the Top Five.

9. John Barrowman (Torchwood). My first reaction was, "Who?" Then it was, "Really?"

8. Joe Flanigan (Stargate: Atlantis). Ummm....no.

7. David Tennant (Dr. Who). Hell no.

6. Jamie Bamber (Battlestar Galactica). Number One Baby!

5. Alex O'Loughlin (Moonlight). Never saw it. He's cute, but not top fifteen.

4. Allison Mack (Smallville). Blah.

3. Tom Welling (Smallville). Too high on the list, but definitely belongs.

2. Jarod Padelecki (Supernatural). Blah.

1. Jensen Ackles (Supernatural). Blah.


Can you tell Supernatural and Smallville fans read a lot of TVGuide.com?

Missing folks I would have put on the list: David Boreanaz (Angel, Bones), Connor Trinneer (Enterprise), Richard Dean Anderson & Michael Shanks (Stargate: SG1), and Michael Landes (Special Unit 2).

4 comments:

Pamela said...

If you watched even a single episode of Moonlight, you would know that Alex O'Loughlin should be number 1 on this list.
He is the sexiest by far, no doubt

-Kelly R. Meding said...

True that. I think I boycotted the show, because the premise sounded too much like "Angel."

Of course, if I wanted to get technical, most of the shows on the list aren't SF, they're fantasy. *grins*

Dawno said...

I definitely agree that leaving David Boreanaz, Connor Trinneer, Richard Dean Anderson & Michael Shanks off the list was egregious. Well, maybe not egregious, but simply wrong. I would have added Scott Bakula (Quantum Leap and Enterprise) but I'm old ;-)

-Kelly R. Meding said...

Dawno, I debated between Scott and Connor (someone from Enterprise had to be represented, after all), but I'm just a sucker for the blonds who get beat up all the time. *g*