If Uncle Tom's Cabin author Harriet Beecher Stowe could see her 36C-24-35-figured great-great-granddaughter Lydia Cornell, she'd forget about Tom and get into Lydia's cabin. And she wouldn't be alone, because once viewers caught a glimpse of the blonde eighteen-year-old as "Sarah Rush" on the hit sitcom Too Close for Comfort, they rushed to squeeze every bit of semen out. Fame hit the busty beauty hard, and she suffered the Hollywood curse of alcoholism and anorexia. While she freely admits to the former, she's cagey about the latter. Regardless, the buxom broad kept enough weight on her to bounce back, guest starring on the series Black Scorpion, where she looks stingingly hot. Now that she's back on her feet, it'd be nice for her to show off what she's got. But Lydia has been rather skingy throughout her career. She has taken off her top, though, at least for the right man. That man was James Earl Jones. She played his girlfriend in the horror flick Blood Tide (1982), in which the then-still-partying girl ran into the surf with only her bikini bottom on. It's shot from behind, so the breast we get is a side view. But she even flashed a hint of thigh-brow poking out from the sides of her too-short shorts, so keep a spread-eagle eye out for that.