Ben Stein first became a fixture in the consciousness of most moviegoers when he played the life-sucking history teacher who liked to drone on about “Voodoo Economics” in Ferris Beuller’s Day Off. However, this guy’s had more up his sleeve than bit-acting in teen comedies, having been a lawyer and the Speechwriter of a few Presidents (okay, he worked for Nixon and Ford, but would you put that on your resumé?) He sold Comedy Central on the idea for a game show where he would battle contestants for $5000 of “his” money, which he would actually keep on top of his salary if he won--and he usually did. The questions were tough, but Stein knows his stuff. When co-host Jimmy Kimmel left to launch The Man Show with Loveline star Adam Carolla, Stein brought the delectable formerSouth Park co-writer Nancy Pimental on board as co-host. While not nearly as clever or funny as Kimmel, she’s certainly easier on the eyes than that hairy tub of goo. Apparently she knew it too, judging by the volume of tight belly shirts she wore on the show. Nancy hasn’t shown us her pimentos yet and probably isn’t likely to seeing as she sold the screenplay for the Christina Applegate/Cameron Diaz movie The Sweetest Thing for two million smackers. Smart, rich, AND good looking? MARRY ME!