vay" are gone. What show will meet this challege and give us
new insight into this large metropolitan area?
the years the boob-tube has provided insight into a plethora of
cultures both near and far for us couch potatoes.
"Baywatch" teaches us what it's like to be around beautiful
women by the beach all day. "Survivor" teaches us what it's
like to be around beautiful women by the beach three days at a time.
And at one time, "Seinfeld" taught us what it's like to
live in the New York City/New Jersey area. Unfortunately,
"Seinfeld" and his lessons on "yada-yada-yada"
have flocked to one show: Sunday night, it's "The Sopranos."
culture isn't the only thing record numbers of homes are shelling
out an extra $10 a month for. Andrea Donna de Matteo, aka
"Drea" to her friends and family, is the resident hottie on
the hit show.
(pronounced DRAY) started out at the prestigious New York University
Film School and wanted to be a director. She began taking classes for
acting so that she could better understand actors once she began
directing. After graduation Drea landed a few small gigs in small
movies but it wasn't until being cast as Adrianna, the girlfriend of
up-and-coming mobster Christopher in "The Sopranos."
season is already a hit with fans of Adrianna. She's been sporting
very, very small tennis skirts and her trademark, tight tops.
real life she doesn't have that bad a New York accent. She
lives on the upper east side of Manhattan with her two cats and two
great danes. It's been rumored that she'll be baring all in a British
magazine named "Arena" very soon. She has tattoos on
many parts of her body including her mom and dad's names on her right arm.
girl is a bad-ass. I'm "just a nasty, nasty little fuck,"
she's been known to say.
belongs in the YourMVP
Hall of Fame for her hard work, great tits and perfect ass. We'll
close our ass-kissing with our favorite quote by this bombshell,
"I love men, and they're who I go out with, but every now and
then . . . well, I can't say I've never been with a woman."