Mary Gross is one funny lady. But the laughs are delivered from a figure that pleases both the funny bone and that other bone, too. She parlayed her ability at improvisational comedy into a gig on Saturday Night Live from 1981 to 1985. She followed that with more prime time exposure such as "Abigail McIntyre Kellogg" on The People Next Door, “Phoebe” on Billy, and "Mrs. Quick" on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. But a bawdy broad like Mary was destined to shake her funny-maker in the more skin-friendly environs of cinema. She appeared in such scandalously titled productions as Club Paradise (1986) and Casual Sex? (1988), but she's yet to take her fans to paradise with any casual skin. Lately, Mary's been a comic foil in such successes as The Santa Clause (1994), 40 Days and 40 Nights (2002), and A Mighty Wind (2003), and she has not been naked in any of them. It's a shame, because Mary is anything but Gross.