Genius can be a powerful aphrodisiac. Women are drawn to men who have exhibited an uncommon brilliance, especially if the men have shown the foresight to shine in an endeavor that brings riches or acclaim. This eroticized feminine appreciation for genius accounts for the actions of brunette baby-face Amy C. Bass’s character in the Nick Nolte drama Weeds (1987). Nolte portrays a convict who wins wide acclaim and freedom by writing a play in prison. Once in the outside world, he wins the naked appreciation of grad student Amy, who bares all and jumps up and down with her mini-mounds bouncing and her fluffy buns shaking and the breeze wafting through the space below her bush. Amy is brilliant! If only she were available to receive a show of appreciation.