Seven years after the cinematic release of his award-winning youth-drama The Outsiders, director Francis Ford Coppola decided to produce a TV series based on the same material. It opens right where the movie ends by introducing the tomboy named "Scout” and continues through a year of the characters' lives as the Curtis brothers struggle to stay together. At least by today’s standards this series’ cast is top-notch. Especially considering that it includes then-unknowns like David Arquette, Michael Madsen, and Academy Award winning writer, producer, director, actor, and ex-Angelina Jolie meatpole Billy Bob Thornton. Although the pilot was quite a blockbuster, the fourteen regular episodes of The Outsiders turned out to be anything but popular, and the series quickly became a forgotten part of TV history. Nudity Report: Nothing noteworthy as far as I know, but several of the ladies involved opted to show off on other occasions. Most notably former ER babe Kristin Minter who went on to reveal her big robo-hooters and a hint of trimmed beaver in the surprisingly entertaining B-thriller Tick Tock. Additional skinful credits can be found in the filmographies of the lovely sisters Jennifer and Heather McComb, though one can’t help but notice that Jenny has been way more forthcoming with us thanks to the cheesy but tit-revealing action-flick Lost in Africa.