Playboy Magazine, October 2009

Aug. 8, 2023 in PlayBoy 2000s by Wyatt Earp

Playboy Magazine, October 2009

The October 2009 issue of Playboy dives into various realms of intrigue and entertainment.

  • "Bad to the Bone" by Kevin Cook provides an oral history of the 1970s Oakland Raiders, known for their wild antics and rock star personas, along with predictions for the current season's winners.
  • Comedian Andy Richter opens up to Eric Spitznagel in "Andy Richter Grows Up," an insightful conversation during a Hollywood Hills hike.
  • Leopold Froehlich takes readers on a flavorful journey through New Orleans in "Venus on the Half Shell," highlighting the city's best oysters.
  • "Sex on Campus 2009," compiled by Stinson Carter, offers a tantalizing glimpse into the secret lives of college girls, supported by revealing poll results.
  • "The Golden Age of Pills" by Scott Alexander and Rocky Rakovic delves into the world of medicinal miracles, from concentration enhancers to sleep defiers.
  • Cartoon fans will enjoy "The Weird World of Gahan Wilson," a collection of eight quirky illustrations by the acclaimed artist.

In the interview section:

  • Woody Harrelson kicks back with David Hochman to discuss sex, marijuana, and existential thoughts in a laid-back conversation.
  • Shawne Merriman, aka "Lights Out," tells Jason Buhrmester about his rebuilding process to become better, stronger, and faster.

The fiction segment features "Light, Sweet Crude" by Christopher Feliciano Arnold, a suspenseful tale revolving around the risky business of oil futures.

Highlighting the beauty of college life, the "Girls of the ACC" section showcases attractive coeds from East Coast schools. This issue's Playmate, Lindsey Gayle Evans, presents a tale of a former Miss Louisiana Teen USA embracing a bolder side. The sensual pictorial "Love Bites" then adds a supernatural touch with models embodying the dark allure of vampires.

Whether through thought-provoking discussions, culinary explorations, or seductive visuals, the October 2009 issue of Playboy engages and stimulates readers on multiple fronts.

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