Batman. I love the darkness. He has a cool car too.
Ironman isn't too shabby either.
R12, my dog is named Gaston :)
John Soames from the movie The Mind of Mr Soames.
He was a 30 year old who had been in a coma since birth. A new brain-stimulating technique brings him out of his coma and he has o be taught everything -- how to eat, speak, behave. Played by the gorgeous Terence Stamp, Soames was irresistible.
The movie was mostly boring, but I wanted Soames.
Duke of Norfolk as played by Christopher Eccleston in Elizabeth. It was on Cable tonight.
Joseph Fiennes would work, too.
Or Sir Francis Walsingham if he was Geoffrey Rush.
Or Vincent Cassels as Anjou (I am Anjou!)
Or James Frain as the Spaniard. Lot of hot Daddies in Elizabeth.
Even Daniel Craig as that murderous priest.
And what's the name of the hot former soccer player who plays the French Ambassador who keeps trying to get Elizabeth to marry the Duke.
I want to take Sheldon Cooper's virginity.
Surely someone else knows of James...
William Holden's character from Picnic.
Peter O'Toole's Lawrence of Arabia.
Sharif Ali (Omar Sharif) in the same.
Sawyer from Lost
When I answered the first time, I thought you meant characters from novels. If we include movies, it's going to be someone played by Hugh Dancy, Billy Crudup, Matthew Goode, or Theo James. I could go on and on.
Mary Richards in the parlor with the candlestick holder.
Huckleberry Finn would be a great lay
Mike Branson, Esq. of course.
Oh Miss Piggy, let me roll in your bacon grease, you porcine princess of plumpness, you goddess of beauty. Let me help you forget about your little Kermit...
[quote]Mary Richards in the parlor with the candlestick holder.
Wouldn't be her first time.
Percival from Woolf's The Waves
"He pulled his clothes on: old denim trousers, sandals, a shirt with short sleeves and most of its buttons missing."
God, who dresses like that? Still, "It was a body of long straight lines and angles, each curve broken into planes."
Read the book. How could you not want Howard Roark?
Alcide from True Blood. (Joe Manganiello)
Derek Morgan from CM. (Shemar Moore)
Don Draper in a bad mood. Oooooooh!!!!!!!!
Whatever role Patrick Warburton is playing.
Jake Gyllenhall in Jarhead.
[quote]Read the book. How could you not want Howard Roark?
I'll pick a different Roarke.....The one in the In Death series of mysteries by J.D.Robb (Nora Roberts). he is the Irish, black haired, blue-eyed, sexy, rich husband of the protagonist policewoman Lt. Eve Dallas. These are great fun reads
Sherlock Holmes. Jeremy Brett is the only actor I've seen who comes close to portraying how I've imagined Sherlock.
John Reese, no question.
I have daddy issues.
Scudder as embodied by Rupert Graves.
Gunther on Nashville
Gunther's brother (RIP) on Nashville
Rupert Giles (librarian in "Buffy")
Tom himself, from "Tom Jones" by Henry Fielding
Me too, R62.
God, I have poppins issues.
Masturbate looking into the mirror, r66.
The Scarlet Centurion. He's a villain of the Avengers who first appeared in the late 70's. For some reason, he is always depicted with these massive, straining pecs. I want to suck on his huge nipples and masturbate by squeezing my cock in between his mantits.
Ben Quick (played by Paul Newman) in The Long, Hot Summer.
[quote] All right then, run, lady, and you keep on running. Buy yourself a bus ticket and disappear. Change your name, dye your hair, get lost - and then maybe, just maybe, you're gonna be safe from me.
Jarod-played by Michael T. Weiss- from the pretender.
Whoops!! it's Sheik.
R92: I admire your taste.
Mickey and Ian from Shameless (US)
El Khobar, the lead character in the 1953 film "The Desert Song."
Howard Roark. But, I'm a boy. He would have to be drunk or something.
I'm ten years older than her, but I could look at pictures of Crystal Reed from Teen Wolf all day long, especially with that crossbow and leather jacket she has on the show. She is perfection.
I really wanted to fuck Brandon Walsh in Brenda's bed just to hear her bitch to Jim'n'Cindy about it.
Colin Firth as Mark Darcy in the Bridget Jones films.
Renee was shit, but I'm almost positive that i'm so picky about potential lovers because I'm looking for Mr. Darcy.
Jane Austen is also partly to Blame for my Mr. Darcy Obsession.
Linus Roache in "Priest"
Grant Mitchell from "EastEnders"
Jake Ryan from "16 Candles"
Preacher Emerson from "Edge of Night"
Van Montgomery from "Reba"
Brock Hart from "Reba" (threesome with about wouldn't be objected to)
John Crichton from "Farscape"
Daniel Jackson from "Stargate"
Lee Adama from "BSG"
Helo from "BSG"
Sam Anders from "BSG"
James Bond (Timothy Dalton)
James Bond (Daniel Craig)
Ricky Butcher from "East Enders"
David Wicks from "East Enders"
Simon Wicks from "East Enders"
Christian Clarke & Syeed Masood from "East Enders"
Logan Huntzberger from "Gilmore Girls"
AJ Quartermaine from "General Hospital"
Ennis del Mar - "Brokeback Mountain"
Tony Parker - "Die Mommie Die!"
Adam Rhodes - "Rules of Engagement"
OK- I have to stop - this is getting embarassing...
Dr. Sean McNamara and Dr. Christian Troy from Nip/Tuck
Sandy from Flipper
David from Eight is Enough
Tommy from Eight is Enough
Batman (any Batman!)
Like R106 -- AJ Quartermaine
also had a major crush on Dr. Noah Drake (Rick Springfield's General Hospital character)
Ben Brutner -- QAF
Brian Kinney -- QAF
Patrick Jane -- The Mentalist
And there's soooo much I'd like to do to/with Rex on Breaking Pointe ...
[quote]When I answered the first time, I thought you meant characters from novels. If we include movies...
What part of "Can be from novels, TV. movies, comics, plays, whatever..." at the original post did you not understand?
Detective Holder from The Killing
Jason Bourne (as realized in the films, not the book version)
Lester Birnum. He rules!
Will Shakespeare (Shakespeare in Love) Mikael Blomkvist (Girl with the Dragon Tatoo) Mark Darcy (Bridget Jones Diary) Declan (Leap Year) Eric Northman (True Blood) Ben Flynn (True Blood) Owen Slater (Boardwalk Empire) Butch Cassidy/Sundance Kid threeway Ben Quick (The Long Hot Summer)
Cyrano de Bergerac and the Butcher, the Baker, and the Candlestickmaker.
Neil Winters and Gavin Wiley.
I just bingewatched seasons 1 and 2 of The Killing, so Det. Stephen Holder. And since Joel Kinnaman's mother is Jewish, I wouldn't even have to deal with silverskin.
Tall, dumb and full of cum.
Give it to us raw, and wriggling!
Spock from the original 60s Star Trek
All three Henry men from "War and Remembrance." By Herman Wouk.
Victor aka "Pug" the Daddy. Played by Robert Mitchum, but I think of him more as an Ed Harris type.
Warren, the oldest son. Played by Michael Woods.
Byron, the youngest. Played by Hart Bochner. Enough said.
R122, the Byron I had in my mind as I was reading "Winds of War" and "War and Remembrance" was even hotter than Hart Bochner. In my mind, he never wore a shirt. But there's never been an actor who looks like the vision in my head.
In any case, Hart Bochner was such an improvement over Jan-Michael Vincent as Byron in "Winds of War."
Fred from Scooby Doo
Bruce Wayne, as portrayed by Michael Keaton
I wanna be passed around by all the big-cocked gladiators on Rome.
Dirk Pitt. From Clive Cussler's novels.....
Clay Easton from Less Than Zero.
Jesus, of course.
BEFORE the crucifixion (crucifiction?). I'm not depraved.
Porter Ricks, the dad from Flipper.
as portrayed by Burt Ward
ginger slut christian gray
Derek Morgan (from CM), Shemar is the hottest guy on television and DM is so serious, smart, masculine and hot.
A three-way with Boo and Jem with Atticus peeking through the winder.
R124 _Finally_ someone with good taste...Fred was based on (the blond) Dobie Gillis, and that is some All-American, boy-next-door sexiness whose khakis,button-downed shirt, and boxers would look great coming off. (Shaggy=Maynard G Krebbs, Daphne=Thalia, Velma=Zelda)
Now, Archie Andrews had that tic-tac-toe pattern in his hair: does the carpet match the drapes? Who would know - Betty? Veronica? Reggie, or Moose, from the locker room? Jughead?
Fictional character: the hockey player in "The Cutting Edge", played by D.B. Sweeney. Ornery, hot as fuck
Richie, portrayed by Luke Wilson, in "The Royal Tennenbaums". Sexy, passionate, lovesick.
Dale Cooper, Audrey Horne "Twin Peaks"
Peter Parker, as drawn by John Romita, was very good-looking. Johnny Storm, too flammable...
you're just naming a bunch of actors you wanna fuck, because you;re too illiterate to sexualize a written character.
"Reads book reviews like they was books"...
Scudder missed his boat ?
Mr Darcy and Captain Wentworth.
Worff, from "Star Trek:The Next Generation."
Colossal Boy, Star Boy: Legion of Superheroes
Al, from Tim Allen's sitcom, can't remember the name.
Would the pedophiles in this thread please get lost? Ugh. Harry Potter? Bart Simpson? Huck Finn?
President Fitz - Scandal
Aiden too, I guess, even though he seems like he'd be lazy in bed
LOL R119. Then you'd be the only one to like Jeremy on Big Brother.
Very good, r100. It took me a moment to get that one.
[quote]for me: Wolverine.
Life may imitate art yet.
No contest whatsoever: DEAN WINCHESTER. God, I would bend that man over any available surface and eat his undoubtedly perfect ass for DAYSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS, among other things.
Was it 95 or 2002 when Ginger grabbed Rust's dick and Rust said "after all I've meant to you". Loved that bit.
Both Frank and Joe Hardy from the Hardy Boys detective series.
The Blue Thundercat
Detective Nick Curran.
Brick Pollit (Cat on a hot tin roof)
Francisco Scaramanga (The man with the golden gun)
Three way with James T. Kirk and Spock (newer ones)
Marco Ramius (The Hunt for red October)
Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Buffalo Bill
And most of all
Barnabas Collins! (The original, Not Johnny Depp)
I have to pick 2. Brian & Justin from Queer as Folk. It would be the hottest threesome ever.
Rajeesh Koothrapoli "Raj" from big bang theory
Dr. Gregory House
Dr. Eric Foreman
Dr. Robert Chase
Dr. James Wilson
Sebastian Flyte and Charles Rider from Brideshead Revisited