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smilingassassin
04 Feb 07,, 05:23
I figured I should start a new thread considering this topic began dominating another which was becomeing rather stale...

Pic your favorite Sci-Fi hotties, I suppose to be fair the ladies can list their favorites as well.

ashkon
04 Feb 07,, 06:56
The blonde cylon chick off battlestar galactica

Signourey Weaver off the Alien trilogy

T_igger_cs_30
04 Feb 07,, 07:08
I figured I should start a new thread considering this topic began dominating another which was becomeing rather stale...

Pic your favorite Sci-Fi hotties, I suppose to be fair the ladies can list their favorites as well.


Without question 7 of 9

6890

6891

bonehead
04 Feb 07,, 07:10
Xena Saeburg from Lexx.

smilingassassin
04 Feb 07,, 07:35
The blonde cylon chick off battlestar galactica

Signourey Weaver off the Alien trilogy

Tricia Helfer as "number six"

smilingassassin
04 Feb 07,, 07:35
Xena Saeburg from Lexx.

Can't remember if she was the first Zev or the second.

Kansas Bear
04 Feb 07,, 08:29
Linda Park from Enterprise

Grace Park from Battlestar Galactica

:biggrin:

gunnut
04 Feb 07,, 08:42
Kristin Kreuk from Smallville

Kansas Bear
04 Feb 07,, 08:46
Damn!

I really should watch more TV!!! :)

ashkon
04 Feb 07,, 08:54
Tricia Helfer as "number six"

That's her.. was trying to think of her name.

gunnut
04 Feb 07,, 09:00
Damn!

I really should watch more TV!!! :)

She's half Dutch half Chinese and all Canadian. What more can you ask for?

smilingassassin
04 Feb 07,, 09:13
Linda Park from Enterprise

Grace Park from Battlestar Galactica

:biggrin:

Hey can't forget Jolene Blalock as T'Pol

bonehead
04 Feb 07,, 18:37
Can't remember if she was the first Zev or the second.

The second. The red head.

Stan187
04 Feb 07,, 18:38
Ahh hell Claudia Black as Vala Mal Doran ain't too shabby. But no sci-fi babe can stand up to Tricia Helfer.

smilingassassin
05 Feb 07,, 01:05
Ahh hell Claudia Black as Vala Mal Doran ain't too shabby. But no sci-fi babe can stand up to Tricia Helfer.

Erica Durrance as Lois Lane?

Officer of Engineers
05 Feb 07,, 01:55
I am going to date myself here.

What about the original Star Trek with the babe of the week? Raquel Welch (1 Million BC). Catherine Schell (Space 1999 - actually most aliens were extremely skimply clad). Cannot recall whose the actress but the moonbase LTs in UFO were nice and so were the fishnet uniforms on those subs. Barbrarella showed that Jane Fonda should stick to being a dumb blond.

Parihaka
05 Feb 07,, 02:30
I am going to date myself here.


Me too
Anne Francis with Robbie the Robot in Forbidden Planet
http://static.flickr.com/27/49296527_759b394061_o.jpg

http://www.spookytoms.com/TR-AnneFrancis.JPG

saambaarblast
05 Feb 07,, 03:49
Persis Khambatta, from "Star Trek The Movie".

TopHatter
05 Feb 07,, 03:58
Persis Khambatta, from "Star Trek The Movie".
It was such a shame that she died so young 47 and apparently penniless. I can't honestly say she could act, but she was truly a beautiful woman.



Speaking of 70's Sci-Fi, some of us remember Maren Jensen...

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k92/TopHatter1975/marenjensen06.jpghttp://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k92/TopHatter1975/marenjensen04.jpghttp://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k92/TopHatter1975/marenjensen03.jpg

saambaarblast
05 Feb 07,, 04:20
Hubba Hubba Hubba!

Maren Kawehilani Jensen. What heritage is her middle name?

TopHatter
05 Feb 07,, 04:29
Hubba Hubba Hubba!

Maren Kawehilani Jensen. What heritage is her middle name?

Hawaiian :)

Stan187
05 Feb 07,, 04:38
Sounds Hawaiian to me.

Oh and I agree with OoE here. I'm not that old, but God knows I've seen pictures of the young Raquel Welch. Mmm Mmm Good.

highsea
05 Feb 07,, 04:42
Surely Erin Gray deserves an honorable mention.

Hot chick, dumb show.... :cool:

TopHatter
05 Feb 07,, 05:06
Surely Erin Gray deserves an honorable mention.

Don't forget Pamela Hensley. :)

Never could figure out why Buck didn't kiss off the glow-in-the-dark Earth and hang with Princess Ardala who quite obviously wanted to spend her days wearing bikinis and jumping into bed with Buck....of course, I was probably 8 or so at the time :redface:

RustyBattleship
05 Feb 07,, 05:42
On the original "Battlestar Galactica", Anne Lockhart played a Viper pilot from the Pegasus (Lloyd Bridges was the captain and her lover). Anne's mother is June Lockhart from "Lost in Space" (and "Lassie" before that).

I have a terrific picture of Jolene Blalock in her Vulcan makeup but wearing only a belt over the shoulder sort of covering her pubic area. Her mammary glands are fully visible.

But I doubt if I would be allowed to post it on this forum. People might think I'm a dirty old man. Hmmm, let's leave out that "old" part.

I still hyperventilate over Kristin Kreuk in Smallville whether she's playing a simple small town girl, possessed by a 15th century witch or Lex's playmate.

Wraith601
05 Feb 07,, 06:38
Nicki Clyne as Specialist Cally in the new Battlestar Galactica.

http://www.hopai.org/uploads/cally.jpg

SnowLeopard
05 Feb 07,, 08:48
Nicki Clyne as Specialist Cally in the new Battlestar Galactica.

Mmmmm, I like the spunky Cally, too!

UFO: Gabrielle Drake played Moonbase Commander Lt. Ellis. Seen her most recently as Linley's mom in The Inspector Linley Mysteries. While she isn't what she was, decently okay.

Some sci fi babes are great on or off the screen. Some are better off the screen. Ie, Robin Curtis was probably nice as a Vulcan but layer her under some alien makeup, the affect changes.

In some cases, it is not just the look but the energy the actress brings to the part. Nancy Everhard had memorable impact in Deepstar Six, Airwolf (might be quasi sci fi), TimeTrax, and other sci fi. The same goes for Belina Bauer in Airwolf and Time Rider but a not all movies help. While RoboCop 2 may have been okay, it didn't up her impression with me. Early Jill Hennessey such as in Robocop 3 and Friday the 13th (occassionally there is a question of whether horror is just sci fi in another vein) could be something of a knockover.

Personally, I am more intuned with brunettes, probably because I am one myself. Up thru the nineties, the one I usually tuned to Patricia Charbonneau (RoboCop 2, SeaQuest, CAT Squad, others). Again, it's not just the look, but the energy of the actress .......... and to watch her and Michael Ironside together, what a mixture!

So, taking them in decades, actually seen and then seen in reruns (and this isn't easy since I usually pick up movies for the strong male lead):

1960s: Angela Cartwright -Lost in Space (didn't get much TV in the 60's)/
Wendy Padbury (Zoe on Dr. Who)

1970s: Yvette Mimieux/Jan Chappell (Cally on Blake's 7, remember the energy of the actress)

1980s: Amanda Pays/Lalla Ward (Romana II on Dr. Who)

1990s: Partrica Charbonneau(early 90's)-Nicole de Boer(late 90s)/Musetta Vander

2000s: Nicole de Boer/Lexa Doig

There is some crossover between actual and reruns, but I tried to group them as they best fit into that category.
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(Q has arrived and noticed that there are no men on Voyager, a (Q)uinn mistake. "Say! Have you humans gotten rid of all your men or is this a ship of the Valkyries?"--Q, (wtte), Voyager "Death Wish")

dalem
05 Feb 07,, 09:44
Kaylee, Firefly.

-dale

standoh
05 Feb 07,, 11:44
that blond xylon in Battlestar Galactica, oh and the Terminatrix(but then I usually I'm a minority on that one)then (was her name Zev)from Lexx.

Parihaka
05 Feb 07,, 12:46
Mmmmm, I like the spunky Cally, too!

UFO: Gabrielle Drake played Moonbase Commander Lt. Ellis. Seen her most recently as Linley's mom in The Inspector Linley Mysteries. While she isn't what she was, decently okay.

Some sci fi babes are great on or off the screen. Some are better off the screen. Ie, Robin Curtis was probably nice as a Vulcan but layer her under some alien makeup, the affect changes.

In some cases, it is not just the look but the energy the actress brings to the part. Nancy Everhard had memorable impact in Deepstar Six, Airwolf (might be quasi sci fi), TimeTrax, and other sci fi. The same goes for Belina Bauer in Airwolf and Time Rider but a not all movies help. While RoboCop 2 may have been okay, it didn't up her impression with me. Early Jill Hennessey such as in Robocop 3 and Friday the 13th (occassionally there is a question of whether horror is just sci fi in another vein) could be something of a knockover.

Personally, I am more intuned with brunettes, probably because I am one myself. Up thru the nineties, the one I usually tuned to Patricia Charbonneau (RoboCop 2, SeaQuest, CAT Squad, others). Again, it's not just the look, but the energy of the actress .......... and to watch her and Michael Ironside together, what a mixture!

So, taking them in decades, actually seen and then seen in reruns (and this isn't easy since I usually pick up movies for the strong male lead):

1960s: Angela Cartwright -Lost in Space (didn't get much TV in the 60's)/
Wendy Padbury (Zoe on Dr. Who)

1970s: Yvette Mimieux/Jan Chappell (Cally on Blake's 7, remember the energy of the actress)

1980s: Amanda Pays/Lalla Ward (Romana II on Dr. Who)

1990s: Partrica Charbonneau(early 90's)-Nicole de Boer(late 90s)/Musetta Vander

2000s: Nicole de Boer/Lexa Doig

There is some crossover between actual and reruns, but I tried to group them as they best fit into that category.
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(Q has arrived and noticed that there are no men on Voyager, a (Q)uinn mistake. "Say! Have you humans gotten rid of all your men or is this a ship of the Valkyries?"--Q, (wtte), Voyager "Death Wish")
Well goodness me Ma'am, what a fine collection of both sci-fi programmes and babes.:biggrin:

SnowLeopard
05 Feb 07,, 14:35
Well goodness me Ma'am, what a fine collection of both sci-fi programmes and babes.:biggrin:

Why, thank you, kind sir; it is an entertainment I easily get lost in and probably influenced me more than anything else (or at least, made it easier) to be a techie.
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("Willow, break into their computer system anyway you can. Use magic if you have to."--Buffy talking about The Initiative, (w,stte), BtVs "Primeval")

Kansas Bear
05 Feb 07,, 15:45
Sounds Hawaiian to me.

Oh and I agree with OoE here. I'm not that old, but God knows I've seen pictures of the young Raquel Welch. Mmm Mmm Good.



Check out the "Three Musketeers" --1973 and "Four Musketeers" --1974 with Raquel Welch....

Sehr Gut!

Kansas Bear
05 Feb 07,, 15:49
It was such a shame that she died so young 47 and apparently penniless. I can't honestly say she could act, but she was truly a beautiful woman.


So true. I remember looking her up on the internet and found out she had passed away.....:frown:

Lunatock
06 Feb 07,, 04:07
I'd pick:

Tricia Helfer

Katee Sackhoff

Sharon Valerii

Kandyce McClure

But I assure you I'm hardly a philanderer.

Though I do chase models like crazy...but hello! I'm a photographer...and it probably wouldn't be so easy for me if I were after something other than helping them to present photos, not stick figure drawings.

standoh
09 Feb 07,, 14:50
Lunatock, I'm with ya on Sharon Valeri!!!


GateWorld - Battlestar Galactica: Mini-Series Photos (http://www.gateworld.net/galactica/miniseries/graphics/125.shtml)

standoh
09 Feb 07,, 15:07
Lyekka from Lexx

Horrido
10 Feb 07,, 03:07
Kaylee, Firefly.

-dale

And yet you forgo Morena Baccarin who played Inara...tut-tut...



On the original "Battlestar Galactica", Anne Lockhart played a Viper pilot from the Pegasus (Lloyd Bridges was the captain and her lover).

Only if they were from the Deep South Colonies, Sheba was Cain's DAUGHTER! Cassiopeia was the old flame. lol

I always liked Suzie Plakson, who played Worf's half-Klingon wife in Star Trek: TNG, for her voice, attitude, and dry humor.

Erin Gray has set the standard since I was, well, four.

Lunatock
10 Feb 07,, 04:24
Lunatock, I'm with ya on Sharon Valeri!!!


GateWorld - Battlestar Galactica: Mini-Series Photos (http://www.gateworld.net/galactica/miniseries/graphics/125.shtml)

Well I probably like Katee Sackhoff's portrayal of Starbuck more than Katee herself. This current incarnation of Starbuck would be a dime a dozen amongst a group of Khayalot (IDF women), US Military women, or any other ladies that come close.

...And just so no-one asks, or accuses, in my mind I'd place the female Starbuck far away from any diaper wearing wacko's.

dalem
10 Feb 07,, 04:59
And yet you forgo Morena Baccarin who played Inara...tut-tut...


Oh, Inara is clearly smoking hot, but Kaylee is cute-hot.

And I second your call on Plakson. Yowsa.

-dale

Horrido
10 Feb 07,, 05:25
Oh, Inara is clearly smoking hot, but Kaylee is cute-hot.

-dale

Agreed, few women more appealing than an attractive, enthusiastic mechanic. An interesting historical note: Jewel Staite's first lip-action was with David Duchovny at the tender age of 14. :eek:

Kansas Bear
10 Feb 07,, 07:40
Erin Gray has set the standard since I was, well, four.


Something about a woman wearing a tight latex outfit......

Explains why I'm hooked(still!) on Kate Beckinsale in "Underworld"....:eek:

standoh
10 Feb 07,, 09:55
Something about a woman wearing a tight latex outfit......

Explains why I'm hooked(still!) on Kate Beckinsale in "Underworld"....:eek:



MMMMM. LATEX.(Imagine Homer Simpson saying that)

:biggrin:

SnowLeopard
10 Feb 07,, 10:17
All this flying around of the hot babes ...... and whether or not one or another would bed them, makes me wonder: if "you" were in their show (whatever show, whatever babe), who, what would you be?

Personally, when I put myself in a show, I make my own character as oppose to assume one already there. So in old Battlestar, I'm a milita, farm community viper pilot ("you would call them Air Force") that made it to the fleet. I guess my life is too hectic for me to figure out what I would be in current BSG. In DS9, I'm a supertelepath, (ie, like a Karl Hanson "Dream Games" but more so) assigned to counterMarquis and then counterDomian ops. Dr. Who, I would be a Romana style Time Lady.

Don't think I got into Buck Rogers enough to want to be "on" it and a show like LEXX is too limited to write in one's own character. I never got into Enterprise, but power to those who like it.

Of course, there is one basic problem with putting one's self on any of these shows. Usually, no one wants to work, just play, especially if they have a holodeck.

If I had to pick a character to be on one show or another, it would either be:

Ensign Sonya Gomez: cheerful, positive, spunky, even if she was clumsy enough to spill hot choculate on the Captain or

Seven of Nine's Starfleet Ensign "secret identity": positive, confident, and had all the men.

Dax, while there is alot to love about her ......... is just too complicated to deal with.
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("Are you going to critisize me on my decision?"--Sisko
"No ..... just the next time I go off half cocked, try to show a little understanding."--Dax, (wtte), DS9 "For the Uniform")

brak
16 Feb 07,, 10:32
http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/1649/amy20ackerfz6.jpg

Amy Acker (Alias)

http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/8339/jessica20albagg9.jpg

Jessica Alba( Dark Angel, Fantastic Four)

http://img152.imageshack.us/img152/8364/claudia20blackhf1.jpg

Claudia Black (Farscape, Pitch Black, Stargate SG-1)

http://img152.imageshack.us/img152/4535/jolene20blalocklu8.jpg

Jolene Blalock (StarTrek Enterprise)

stay tuned for further updates:biggrin:

RustyBattleship
16 Feb 07,, 20:40
Showing my age here. The original hot babe of sci-fi was Virginia Hewitt as Carol on "Space Patrol" in the mid-50's.

Shadowsided
16 Feb 07,, 22:36
Monica bellucci matrix trilogy!

http://us.movies1.yimg.com/movies.yahoo.com/images/hv/photo/movie_pix/warner_brothers/the_matrix__reloaded/monica_bellucci/matrix2.jpg

http://utopia.duth.gr/~pg8687/Monica%20Belluci24.jpg

http://www.freedesktopwallpapers.net/celebs/monica-bellucci.jpg

http://www.askmen.com/specials/2005_top_99/celebs/2_monica_bellucci.jpg

Major Dad
17 Feb 07,, 05:41
Alyson Hannigan from Buffy

Gates McFadden from Star Trek TNG

The Chap
20 Feb 07,, 11:35
Jane Fonda: "Barbarella".

And if she's busy Anita Pallenburg in the above.

Furthermore, I cannot understand why Princess Leia in a gold bikini is missing.

Sigourney Weaver is quite a saucepot at the end of "Alien", not to mention Darrel Hannah in "Blade Runner"

Mila Jojovitch can fart in bed, ende. Hell, she could stick m'head under the damn covers.

That amazon type with the big wallijumblats from "Battle Beyond the Stars"

And Pammy in "Barbed Wire"

Any time Tanya Roberts is on screen.

Finally; the chimp fox from "Planet of the Apes", but only if I was extreeeeemly drunk. Still ...

sappersgt
20 Feb 07,, 19:20
Finally; the chimp fox from "Planet of the Apes", but only if I was extreeeeemly drunk. Still ...

(ROFL) You'd have to be one horny bastard!



Wallijumblatts....? (still laughing)

Officer of Engineers
20 Feb 07,, 19:21
I usually pass out before I get that drunk.

gunnut
20 Feb 07,, 20:48
Finally; the chimp fox from "Planet of the Apes", but only if I was extreeeeemly drunk. Still ...

That's a hell of a set of beer goggles.