True to her "sister" 's sensibilities, Akalaitis seems intent on reminding people that Behn had not only one of the most progressive minds of the 17th century but also one of the bawdiest
FRESH from being voted Best Comedy at the National Television Awards, TV's bawdiest
comedy returns - and it's just what we need to brighten up dark evenings.
It includes songs reckoned to be the bawdiest
ever heard on the 17th century stage in a concert of music from the streets, theatres, tavern and countryside of Shakespeare's England performed on period instruments.
As I watched the DVD set of season five of ``Sex and the City,'' I chose Samantha (Kim Cattrall) for cello; she is the bawdiest
The Cold Feet star sets his sights on sexy Billie Piper - wife of carrot-top DJ Chris Evans - in the BBC's updating of Chaucer's bawdiest
The Jesuits are indeed a worldly bunch, but sexually they are young adolescents dreaming of an outlet for their longings, laughing at the bawdiest
limericks, squealing like adolescent boys in a tent after dark, flashlight in hand, as they peruse a tattered Playboy (or Playgirl) magazine.
This raunchy, hilarious scene is a forerunner of more surprisingly explicit hijinx to come; this must be Allen's bawdiest
film since "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex," with an unusually high four-letter-word quotient for this writer-director, and some very blue jokes indeed.
FRESH from being voted Best Comedy at the National Television Awards (by viewers, not industry bigwigs), TV's bawdiest
McClean and Nick Carter are the bawdiest
of the Backstreet Boys.
Three overs of derisory trundling from Watson was no substitute for Warne's genius and the bawdiest
congregation in England relished it.
Ultimately defeat was harsh on Millwall, but Kenny Jackett's indomitable Lions can take pride in their rise from relegation candidates to the bawdiest
congregation since Wembley's rebirth as a pilgrim shrine.
Celebrity bible Vanity Fair recently called 3am the wickedest, bawdiest
columnists in Britain in a glowing five-page tribute.
Highlighted on the cover as London's "wickedest, bawdiest
gossips", the girls are profiled in depth as they trawl the celebrity circuit.
It reminded me of a scene from the bawdiest
of Irish comedies, this was The Quiet Man meets Ballykissangel.