A list of the world's sexiest men. Yay. (Blame it on Brain, not me)
At first it was "over 45", then "older", and now it's just...well..a list. But they're all over 40.
In no particular order;
Claim to fame: Alan Shore. Everything he does makes me go squishy.
Claim to fame: Jim Byrd in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. That 'stache totally did it for me.
Claim to fame: He inspired Brain to write this stupid list in the first place!
...besides, I had a crush on Captain Hook as a kid.
Claim to fame: Duh. Snape? Harry-the-mid-life-crisis-guy from Love, Actually? Phil-the-grouchy-hairdresser from Blow Dry? Metatron (despite the lack of genitalia)? Rasputin (Russia's greatest love machine)? Colonel Brandon? The Sheriff from Prince of Thieves? Uber-villain Hans Gruber? I swear he picks these roles just to torture me.
Claim to fame: Ghost World. I have a geek fetish...so sue me!
Claim to fame: The man managed to make a thinly veiled Jesus-allegory sound sexy! That takes skill! Not to mention Daniel in Love, Actually. And that accent...
Claim to fame: He managed to make sadistic Nazi bastard Amon Goeth look sexy. If Hitler had looked like that...I'm just saying history might have turned out a bit different.
Claim to fame: Alexandr Petrovsky. So he's a temperamental artist. So he slapped her. Bitch only cares about her fucking shoes anyway.
Claim to fame: Gil Grissom. Need I say more?
Claim to fame: Victor Lang, Bill Kelley, Michael Cassidy, Sam Truman. Always a love interest, never the one.
Claim to fame: Dr. House. And Prince Ludwig. "I shall vreak my revengey!" And just being generally...Hugh-ish.
Claim to fame: Sandy Cohen, Buddy Kane. And those fantastic eyebrows!
Claim to fame: Leonardo Leonardo! And the video where he tore his kid a new one. And SNL. "I love you, canteen boy!"
Claim to fame: Why can't Tony look as hot as Michael? And let's not forget Giles.
Claim to fame: Mr. Bennett of Heroes. Oh, you know you want him too.
Claim to fame: Sticking to Heroes: Nathan Petrelli. And ADA McClaren on Judging Amy. And David Bradley on Desperate Housewives. And he shares the Best Eyebrows Award with Peter Gallagher. What is it with Brain and eyebrows?
Claim to fame: Weeeell...Dr. Burke. But also Peter Malloy, Peter Mitchell and Magnum, P.I.
Claim to fame: The other Dr. Burke. And some sort of homophobic remark. I dunno.
Claim to fame: Speaking of Grey's anatomy...he's just so...so...so...[Brain shuts down] *drool*
Claim to fame: Shall we do this in chronological order? Eddie Otis, Buddy Ackerman, Verbal Kint, John Doe, Jim Williams, Lester Burnham, Michael Lynch, Eugene Simonet, David Gale, Bobby Darin and Lex Luthor!
Claim to fame: I've had a crush on him since Quantum Leap, so I'm willing to forgive him for Archer.
Claim to fame: Paden from Silverado. Otto from A fish called Wanda. Richard Parker from Consenting Adults. Luc Teyssier from French Kiss (don't mind if I do!). Vince McCain from Fierce Creatures.
Claim to fame: Being deliciously sexually ambiguous. And then there's Boris Grishenko, the only reason -ever- to watch the craptacular GoldenEye. And geekazoid Sandy Frink with his big folder in Romy and Michele's High School Reunion. And Saturninus in Titus. And a super-gay General Batista in Company Man. And Fegan Floop, the only real reason to watch all three Spy Kids movies. And albino bad guy Wyatt Frame in Josie and The Pussycats. And -last but not least - Joe Therrian in his very own Anniversary Party. Seeing Alan dance around with a hundred little pigtails is enough to make anyone squishy.
Claim to fame: John Bender. Bad guys are the best. Although the was pretty hot as Jack on Suddenly Susan.
Claim to fame: Helloooo, nurse! Er...midwife. Peter Riggs on Strong Medicine. *Mmmmm*
Claim to fame: Monk. And Ian Stark. Does anybody remember that show?
Claim to fame: You need to ask? He's...I...you know...just...he's always...the way he talks...it's, it's...it's crazy!
Claim to fame: Foxy Fox Mulder of course, but he was pretty good as Ira Kane in crap-fest Evolution, and as hand model J.P. Prewitt in Zoolander.
Claim to fame: The best friend in My Best Friend's Wedding and pain-in-the-butt Gavin on Friends.
Claim to fame: VP Hoynes on The West Wing, Otter Stratton in Animal House, and the impostor in A Very Brady Sequel.
David Hyde Pierce
Claim to fame: Being gay. Other than that; Niles Crane, and nervous wreck Peter MacMannus in Down with Love.
Claim to fame: Aidan on Sex & the City, and the non-Greek in My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
Claim to fame: Steve on Sex & the City. Steve was sexy.
Claim to fame: Why, Dale Cooper of Twin Peaks, Trey on Sex & the City, and creepy-ass Orson Hodge on Desperate Housewives.
Claim to fame: Lee Harvey Oswald, Dracula, Beethoven, Zorg, the incredibly unsexy Mason Verger, O.W. Grant in Interstate 60, Lynch in Dead Fish, and the adorable Snuffles, a.k.a. Sirius Black.
Claim to fame: Lucius Malfoy. The yummiest Death Eater there ever was. Apart from Snape, but he's good now (yesheisyesheisyesheis!).
Claim to fame: Nigel Wick. Yummy English accent, too!
Claim to fame: Ignore the monstrosity that is Bean, and focus on Mondavarius, Pollini, and the genius of Blackadder.
Claim to fame: Drop Dead Fred, Lord Flashheart, Rick of The Young Ones and King Herod in the 2000 TV version of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Claim to fame: Thlight lithp. Jonathan Creek, default loser on QI.
Claim to fame: Professional pain-in-the-butt Alan Partridge, Phileas Fogg.
Claim to fame: Snidely K. Whiplash, Comte Paul de Reynaud in Chocolat, Doc Ock.
Claim to fame: Martin Q. Blank, Rob Gordon, Craig Schwartz, Jonathan Trager.
Claim to fame: I know, I know...but he's adorable, and you know it! The Prime Minister in Love Actually, Will in About a Boy, William Thacker in Notting Hill, Daniel Cleaver in Bridget Jones' Diary...
Claim to fame: Mr. Darcy in Bridget Jones' Diary and Pride & Prejudice.
Claim to fame: Apparently the second most influential gay man in the world, and damn smexy to boot. Watch QI if you don't believe me.
Claim to fame: Harry Plummer, Leon Trotsky, Casanova Frankenstein, Inspector Javert.
Claim to fame: The Full Monty, Danny Devine in Dead Fish, Felix DeSouza in The 51st State. Oh, and Hitler.
Claim to fame: V, Agent Smith, Elrond, Tick.
Claim to fame: "Ralph" in Pricilla, Queen of the Desert, Jor-El in Smallville, and - of course - General Zod! "Kneel before Zod! Zod!" Don't mind if I do! Also, it takes something special to be this hot at 68.
I could probably keep going all night (ooooh, fresh!), but I think I'll stop now. My fingers are tired....oh, get your mind out of the gutter! There isn't room for both of ours.