Kirstie Alley studied drama in her native Kansas and then became an interior decorator, where she must have made her male clients go Feng Shwing! Kirstie's first breaths on television were held as a contestant on the game shows Match Game PM and Password Plus. "The password is . . . hottie." Kirstie's big movie debut was as Lieutenant Saavik in Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982), where Kirstie made audience members' pants as pointy as her Vulcan ears. In Blind Date (1984), we got the only nip slip in Kirstie's career. And while playing one-time Playboy Club bunny Gloria Steinem in the TV movie A Bunny's Tale (1985), Kirstie stuffed her voluptuous curves into a wonderfully tight, cotton-tailed, satin bunny outfit. From 1987 to 1993 Kirstie owned the most delicious pair of kegs on Cheers as Rebecca Howe. Alley had her first box-office hit with Look Who's Talking (1989), opposite triple-threat sweathog John Travolta. Kirstie returned to TV on the NBC sitcom Veronica's Closet, and her sexy sneer and bountiful booty are right up Mr. Skin's alley. Kirstie packed on the pounds and starred in the short-lived sitcom Fat Actress, only to lose the weight—and the show. Fat, thin . . . it doesn't matter what size Kirstie is, she still gives audiences chubbies.