Monday's Fictional Hottie 11

This week's hottie in another old-y but a good-y. Luckily, since this hottie is mega-fictional, aging isn't much of a problem. When scandals of infidelity otherwise known as "patty cake" officially get the plot going, this hottie is smack dab in the middle of controversy. They may not be the most assertive or ass-kicking hottie out there, but after one look, it's easy to understand that's not how this hottie gets things done. If they were to go skinny Dip-ping, a riot would most likely ensue. 

Have you guessed yet?

Well congratulations Jessica Rabbit! You're #11! (in no particular order)

She's blackmailed into having an affair, wanted for murder and then kidnapped by Doom. All in all, she's fairly useless in taking care of herself and although I don't really like weak female characters there's NO denying that she's a hottie-mc-tottie. Her lack of assertiveness aside, one her more endearing qualities is being married to Roger Rabbit...a much shorter and definitely NOT hot bunny. Mrs. Rabbit would have been able to have her pick of 'toons (and people, as demonstrated in her performances) but instead chose Roger because he makes her laugh. Love it. 

Side Note: "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" was a family favourite for movie nights growing up. I longed to be able to get into Toon Town and hang out with everyone. It's amazing how great the flick is even now, with all the technological advancements that make graphics appear life-like. I love, love, love this movie and although it's based on a book I don't feel the need to read it because having everything come to life in front of my eyes is what makes the story so awesome. 

Wow, I don't think I've ever said that before. 

Movie over book?

Yikes, don't tell anyone.


  1. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? was one of my fave movies when I was a kid too. And I shared your desire to go to Toon Town---which was why I was so excited when Disneyland opened the Toon Town area of the park. Still love going there.

  2. Jessica Rabbit is a MAJOR hottie. I remember going to Disney World with my parents when I was 5 and my mom took a picture of my dad standing next to a cardboard cut-out of Jessica Rabbit. As I recall, he was posed somewhat seductively (who could blame him?), which is sooo awkward for me to reflect on now. C'MON, PARENTS. I WAS 5.

  3. Amber - Um, I was unaware that there was a Toon Town that I could go to in REAL LIFE. Disney world really is the Happiest Place on Earth!

    andrea - bahaha!!! Inappropriate posing with cardboard cutouts are AWESOME!! Too bad he was your Dad...bahaha. Still funny!

  4. There definitely is a toon town at Disney :)

    She is hot, but her proportions are sort of redic. Like she is in danger of snapping at the waist at any second. It's kind of scary if you think about it.



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