Comedic talents don’t necessarily cancel out a lady’s lascivious appeal, not any more than intelligence siphons off a woman’s desirability, especially not in the case of smart and sexy funnylady Téa Leoni. Blonde and vivacious, with a lithe and fittingly padded form, Téa has the kind of high-voltage charisma that allows her to turn on sexual heat or fetching sly humor with the flip of her bangs. Widely known for her laugh-a-minute lead on TV’s The Naked Truth, Leoni’s big-screen rewards include her torso beckoning through a thick shower door in The Family Man (2000), frolicking and grappling in black lingerie in Flirting with Disaster (1996), and squatting to provide up-skirt coverage in Bad Boys (1995). But it wasn't until Téa's turn as Adam Sandler's wife in Spanglish (2004) that we got a look at her teacups--even if it was only a brief flash of right riblet as she's putting on a robe. With someone as sexy as Téa, we'll take what we can get.