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Tricia Helfer Playboy

Being a straight, married female, I’m not in the habit of perusing through PLAYBOY. But when a famous cover girl decides to bare all for the mag, I always wonder, will the photos do her justice?

When I found out that Tricia Helfer, who plays the many incarnations of the sexy Cylon model Number Six on the SciFi Channel series BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, would be posing nude in the February 2007 issue, I knew I had to check it out.

The cover shot has Helfer bareback and showing a hint of booty, but her shoulder-length platinum blonde hair and chiseled facial features are the trademark of her Cylon alter ego, which suggests that her feature spread is more of the same. And while Number Six may be incredibly hot, she’s still a toaster with a coldness only a robot could emit.

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