Squinty, smiley cutie-pie Yeardley Smith is forever being cast in comedic sidekick TV roles that downplay the kissable softness of her lips, the nuzzle-worthy nature of her cheeks, the trim and compact pop of her nether cheeks, and the savory, billowy, pale milk sacks that linger undetected beneath her sweater. Chances are that Yeardley's perky surface has caught the eye of casual tube viewers as a quirky supporting character on shows such as Herman's Head, The Tracy Ullman Show, and Dharma and Greg. And undoubtedly you've heard her girlish voice as Lisa Simpson on the cartoon institution The Simpsons. The casual eye muses, "Let me undress this appetizing crumpet. What might I find?" If the generous helping of chest fodder on view in Ginger Ale Afternoon (1989) is any indication, the casual eye will spy a sadly overlooked treasury of tit.