Thursday, April 10, 2008

Crush of the Week: Alicia Witt

This week's Crush is actress Alicia Witt. I was flipping channels the other day and saw that she is now a part of the cast of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."



And, according to her Wikipedia entry, when she was five she recited Romeo & Juliet on "That's Incredible!" How cool is that?

8 comments:

I know my first name is Steven said...

I would wreck that.

p.s. props to the L&O franchise for continually bringing out hot chicks (even though in reality, the crim justice/law enforcement field does not pull those kind of numbers.)

spydrz said...

I actually own Urban Legend if you want to see it.

Micah said...

IKMFNIS - I knew that you would. L&O really knows how to display hot women in business suits. And I don't know about law enforcement, but based on my stint in law school, taking the bar, etc., there are plenty of attractive women in the legal field. But they all are the type that insist on hyphenated last names and such.

spydrz - Well, I do now.

Micah said...

I forgot to add that, while everyone (myself included) decried Elizabeth Rohm's wooden acting ability, she was very capable of inducing wood.

I know my first name is steven said...

Spydrz - add that to the overhaul weekend agenda

Micah - law school doesn't count because 1) it's now the "thing to do", hence you get a lot of people that are there just to punch a ticket, and 2) because "legal" covers a broad spectrum. Thus, my original point; once you've sorted the contenders ("Law degree? check! Now I'm about to crush that bar exam and do this damn thing!") from the pretenders ("I have law degree...now what?") the ranks of hot are thinned out, and very few of them are holding it down in the criminal law arena.

spydrz said...

In English her last name is spelled "Roehm."

ZING!

Micah said...

IKMFNIS - Valid points all, but who knew I was a hot chick?

spydrz - I spell it T-A-S-T-Y.

Wooly Rupert said...

She's not a very good actress. She did kill on celebrity jeopardy.