Network TV is a preserve of rare and erotic birds. One of the sexiest that ever flew into the primetime aviary is bubble-breasted blonde Farrah Forke. With a face that would be perfect for a high-fashion mannequin were it not so animated with intelligence, joy, and wit, fair Farrah was a natural for cathode stardom. To top off Farrah's Forke appeal, her package is topped off with a heavy emphasis on breast bundles. But Farrah's breasts were not without their own sad story, she underwent plastic surgery for breast implants at age 21, and the implants later ruptured, leading to a series of health complications and lawsuits in the early '90s. Longtime fans of the long-running series Wings can't remember if they fixated on Farrah more for the way she wrapped her lips around a withering riposte, for the sly sex appeal of her sidelong glances, or for the overwhelming power of her pneumatic sweater classics. The fans who followed Farrah's career to her boob-out, lesberific appearance in Kate's Addiction (1999) know exactly what they are obsessing over. If they didn't have an addiction to Farrah's fantastic frame before, they did after watching this film! Fans were also able to fawn over her figure in the TV movie Complex of Fear (1993), the TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and Party of Five, and the blockbuster crime thriller Heat (1995). When we say that Farrah was a cathode star, we really mean it. Her career was pretty much over before the flatscreen revolution. Farrah's final film credit is 2001's It Is What It Is and her final TV credit is a 2005 episode of Justice League Unlimited. Sadly, Farrah passed away from cancer at the too-young age of 54 in 2022. She will be missed!