Playboy Magazine, December 2002

July 31, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, December 2002

The December 2002 issue of Playboy tackles a variety of topics, ranging from scandal management to unsolved Hollywood mysteries and comedic insights.

In 'How to Save Your Ass in a Scandal', Jamie Malanowski provides a valuable guide for navigating public scandals. Mistakes happen, but understanding how to manage them can save you from the worst outcomes.

'Celebrity Christmas Carols' by Robert S. Wieder offers a humorous take on holiday season with a cast of well-known figures including Dick Cheney and Mike Piazza.

In 'Hollywood's Unsolved Mysteries', Steve Pond delves into some of the long-standing questions and controversies surrounding the deaths of Hollywood celebrities.

Anne Beatts' 'Live from New York: SNL Still Kills' offers a rundown of every cast member of Saturday Night Live, making this a must-read for fans of American comedy.

In 'The Best Damn Job Period', Tom Arnold offers a comedic insight into his experiences on Fox’s 'Best Damn Sports Show Period'.

Larry Olmsted's 'Snow Fear' takes readers into the world of extreme winter sports, including the adrenaline-fuelled sport of speed skiing.

'Playboy's College Basketball Preview' by Gary Cole and David Kaplan provides valuable insights for basketball enthusiasts, and 'Playboy's Annual Music Poll' invites readers to give their opinions on the past year's music scene.

'Pink and her Amazing Wonderdog, Fucker' by Alison Prato presents an entertaining and frank interview with the pop singer Pink, discussing everything from her rebellious nature to her equally eccentric pet.

In the 'Centerfolds on Sex' feature, Heidi Mark shares her preferences and limits in the bedroom, while Donald Erickson's 'How to Motor in a Mini' offers tips on how to make the most out of a tight space.

Robert Crane's '20Q' features a revealing conversation with Greg Kinnear, star of 'Auto Focus' and 'As Good As It Gets', and 'The Detective', a piece of fiction by Scott Turow, narrates the intriguing tale of a local detective tasked with solving a gruesome triple murder.

The issue concludes with a feature interview by Michael Fleming with award-winning actor Denzel Washington, who discusses his directorial debut, racism, and Hollywood gossip.

The December 2002 issue of Playboy offers a delightful mix of humor, intrigue, insights, and candid interviews. Available online and in select stores.

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