Sunday, January 23, 2005

The top ten men of BBCAmerica

When they're not running around in women's clothes, British men can have a certain allure. And when they're not inventing news, the BBC can too. Here then is the best of both, BBCAmerica's sexiest men.

10. Tommy Walsh of Ground Force: tall, blonde and good with power tools. What's not to like?
9. Gordon Whistance of Changing Rooms: charming without being flashy, chic without being outrageous and seemingly comfortable in a variety of settings. He'd either be the perfect boyfriend or a great pair of shoes.
8. Gordon Ramsay of Ramsays Kitchen Nightmare: when not yelling, yummy.
7. Martin Freeman of The Office: the final scene between Tim and Dawn in The Office Christmas special. I'll say no more.
6. Don Gilet of Night Detective: oh yes.
5. Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen of Changing Rooms: an impossible name and a confusing sexual personae do nothing to diminish his charisma. I don't know how this is possible.
4. Roger Moore of The Saint: while the entire male population refuses to acknowledge any James Bond portrayer other than Sean Connery, these reruns demonstrate why Roger Moore once must have seemed a logical -- and preferrable -- successor. Connery was never this good-looking.
3. Alistair Appleton of House Doctor and Cash in the Attic: would have ranked higher if it weren't for the dopey name.
2. Jack Davenport of Coupling: Hugh Grantish good looks and a bright future -- as long as he steers clear of the Hollywood street ho.
1. Handy Andy of Changing Rooms: name says it all.

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