The August 1997 edition of Playboy Magazine features a rich collection of interviews, articles, pictorials, and humor pieces that promise an engaging read.
The 'Playboy Interview' section unveils a candid conversation with comedian and television host, Bill Maher. This is followed by 'Houston, We Have Landed on Mars', an article delving into the fascinating realm of space exploration.
The pictorial 'Don't Touch That Dial' provides a visually appealing contrast, while the 'Playboy Profile' reveals an interesting perspective on Alexander the Great.
The issue further highlights contemporary fashion trends in 'London Cool', and the 'Deadly Morals' article addresses societal norms and their consequences. The Playboy Gallery this time showcases Sophia Loren, the timeless beauty.
'Kalin's Hope' presents the Playboy's Playmate of the Month, accompanied by the beloved 'Party Jokes' section for a dose of humor. 'London Calling' - an informative article, and 'Rubber Soul' - an intriguing sexploit, keep the readers hooked.
A blast from the past is offered with Playmate Revisited Helena Antonaccio. The humor segment 'Men's Help!', and 'Night Class', a guide to going out, add to the variety of content. The issue wraps up with '20 Questions' with comedian Norm Macdonald.