The October 1983 issue of Playboy Magazine provides a myriad of content, offering in-depth interviews, captivating pictorials, compelling articles, and witty humor.
This issue starts with an insightful Playboy Interview with Hill Street Blues. Known for its innovative and gritty take on the daily life of an urban police precinct, the show's creators and stars give readers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look.
The issue also features 'The Last Great Network Olympics', an article by Ron Powers that takes a deep dive into the making of the network's most prestigious sporting event.
The 'Brunette Ambition' pictorial celebrates the unique beauty of brunette women with tasteful and artistic visuals.
In the fiction department, 'Quantrill and the Goldfish' by Reg Potterton offers a fascinating narrative, while the Fall and Winter Fashion Forecast gives readers a glimpse into the season's style trends.
Part V of the Playboy Readers' Sex Survey reveals some interesting and surprising facts about Playboy readers' sexual preferences and experiences.
Kate Nolan's 'Going Bump in the Night' and 'Coming Back Strong' – Playboy's Playmate of the Month – add a touch of sensuality to this issue.
There's also 'Playboy's Party Jokes' for a dose of humor, a sporting man's guide to college football, and an opinion piece by Anson Mount titled 'Against the Spread'.
'Pocket Rockets' in the Modern Living section explores the latest gadgets, and the article 'Computers: Fear of Interfacing' examines the relationship between technology and modern society.
Finally, the issue ends with '20 Questions' featuring comedian Joe Piscopo, and a memoir titled 'Rock and Roll: The Best Years of My Life', reflecting on the memorable years of rock and roll.
This October 1983 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a captivating blend of interviews, pictorials, articles, and humor, available on various online platforms and select vintage magazine stores.