Gratuitous Rahull Kohli

We made it through one—maybe two (I can’t remember)—seasons of Kohli’s iZombie before giving up. It wasn’t a bad show. we just lost interest; probably from Zombie overload. At the time I think we were watching The Walking Dead and ZNation (which was a hoot before it started taking itself too seriously) in addition, and frankly there’s just so much of the undead anyone can take on a weekly basis..

Rahul has an active Instagram, in case you want to see more of him.

Jon’s Hamm

The infamous trouser snake has gotten loose again and was spotted roaming the streets of New York! Protect your wives! Protect your daughters! Protect your husbands and your sons!

I Know It’s Fake…

…because every other picture I’ve seen of Mr. Hardwick shirtless indicates he’s either shaved to within an inch of his life or naturally smooth as a baby’s hind end. But it’s still nice to fantasize.

Gratuitous Adam Garcia

Because why the hell not?

Last week I finished watching Nat Geo’s Genius, a fascinating 10-part miniseries chronicling the life and times of physicist Albert Einstein. Because of the way his story was presented (and because I don’t know enough about the life of the man to say otherwise) I came away from the series with a single thought: Einstein was a dick. A brilliant dick, yes. But still a dick.

In the final episode, Adam Garcia played WWII’s famous “catcher-cum-spy” Moe Berg, who was tasked with obtaining intelligence from—and assassinating if necessary—Werner Heisenberg (author of the famous Uncertaincy Principle) in regards to Nazi attempts to build an atomic bomb.

I was unfamiliar with Garcia’s work, but since he looked good enough to eat in Genius, so you can be assured I’ll be keeping an eye out for this actor in the future.

Gratuitous Tim Pigott-Smith

From Clash of the Titans (1981)

Sadly, Mr. Pigott-Smith is no longer with us, but I know he left an indelible impression on more than one horny gay boy in the 1980s with his portrayal of Thallo and that beard in this film.