Playboy Magazine, February 2006

Aug. 4, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, February 2006

The February 2006 issue of Playboy Magazine presents an array of interesting and captivating articles.

"The Taking of" by Michael Gross unveils the tumultuous history of one of the internet's most coveted domains. Charles M. Young takes us through the bizarre realm of 21st-century bodybuilding in "The Big Show," while Jeff Greenfield introduces us to politicians who value straight talk in "The No-Bullshit Caucus."

In "Diary of My Health," Thom Jones humorously recounts his experiences with various ailments and their treatments. "Love Is a Much Rewritten Thing" by Josh Robertson showcases the fascinating early drafts of the world's greatest love poets.

This issue's 20Q features Hugh Laurie, the acerbic doctor from House, who shares insights into his life and career. The main interview is with Al Franken, known for his comedy and strong liberal views, who discusses his journey from Saturday Night Live to Air America Radio.

Pictorials in this issue include a tour through the scenic landscapes of Tuscany with stunning Italian women, an intimate photoshoot with Playmate Cassandra Lynn, and a tantalizing spread featuring America's Next Top Model winner Adrianne Curry.

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