Australian platinum blonde Portia de Rossi cemented her position in the libidinal subconscious of the American male the first time she let her hair down as lawyer Nelle Porter on the Fox TV fox preserve Ally McBeal. When Portia's heavy lengths of shimmering tresses tumble across her shoulders and fall from her face as she tosses back her shoulders, the imagination reels, stumbling into Portia's bedroom, where she is preparing for a night between the sheets. We can all picture what drops after the hair. That picture became even clearer when tabloids snapped Portia in what appeared to be a lip-locked bout of passion with an apparently very close gal pal, which caused the genital public's imagination to reel anew. For a clear view of the private Portia parts, squint into Sirens (1994), or Women in Film (2001), both of which display all manner of de Rossi, from her tuft to her tail to her titties. Once you've seen the real skinny, your imagination is free to roam to more challenging material.