Ray Cochran writes: OK, in honor of James St. James always being willing to reveal his favorite boy toys on the St. James Version, I think it’s time for some of the rest of us to show our cards. Here’s my top five, in no particular order:
1. Rob Marciano – CNN’s unsung hero. He’s always pitching in wherever he can. I love him for that. And frankly, for my money he looks better in that Fire Engine Red CNN Hurricane Parka than Anderson “I’m Pretending to Go On Vacation But I’m Really Plotting Aaron Brown’s Demise” Cooper.
2. Justin Theroux – God bless that clavicle! So handsome and smart and sexy. From the villain in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle to the Carrie Bradshaw beau who just couldn’t keep himself from coming too soon to the party, I love him. Not to mention that little stint on Six Feet Under as Brenda’s French horn playing next door neighbor who takes her up on the dare to arrive at her front door naked. Nice.
3. Timothy Olyphant – The thinking gay man’s sex symbol. Totally genius in Go and currently starring as Seth Bullock on Deadwood. I’ve spotted him a few times at Starbucks. Word to Tim: They say the more complicated the coffee drink order, the bigger the bitch. Ditch the wife with her “Percent Chai Latte No Foam” bullshit and marry me. I’m strictly a low-maintenance grande drip kinda guy.
4. Johnny Knoxville – He wears black pants, black shoes, and white tube socks. Hot. And also, any man who puts Red Herring down his shorts and jumps in shark infested waters gets my vote. I’ve seen him eating pancakes with his daughter at the 101 Cafe in Hollywood, which makes me like him even more. I know. Homewrecker.
5. And finally, and I know we are ALL SOOOO OVER THIS ONE, BUT JAKE. Just Jake. Glorious, amazing Jake. Just because he’s Jake. AND because he doesn’t show up on national TV talk shows dressed like a homeless person. He showed up last night on Conan O’Brien in a button-down shirt and sports jacket. Gyllenhaal’s going for Hollywood Stardom – Old School. HOOOO YAAA.
So there’s my top five. Anyone else care to jump into the deep end?
– Ray Cochran