The September 1996 issue of Playboy Magazine offers a balanced mix of interviews, articles, pictorials, and other intriguing content.
Kicking off the issue is the 'Playboy Interview', a candid conversation with Academy Award-winning actor Nicolas Cage. This is followed by 'Justice Militia Style', a thought-provoking article exploring complex themes.
Next up is the 'Uma Goshi' pictorial and a fiction piece titled 'Pizza Man'. The issue then presents a fashionable edge with the 'Suit Yourself' feature. The intriguing 'Rachel? Monica? Phoebe?' article brings up a popular cultural reference from the mid-'90s.
The issue's 'Playboy Gallery' presents an artful showcase titled 'Nude on a Table', and the 'Desert Flower' feature introduces Playboy's Playmate of the Month. The magazine's popular 'Party Jokes' segment offers some light-hearted humor.
The issue explores the world of cigars in 'Gentlemen (and Ladies), You May Smoke'. The magazine's 'Pro Football Forecast' and 'Cars '97' preview will appeal to sports and car enthusiasts, respectively. The entertainment feature 'Digital Rush' delves into the world of digital entertainment.
The issue continues with the nostalgic 'Playmate Revisited: Patti McGuire' feature, and '20 Questions' presents an engaging interview with comedian and actress Janeane Garofalo. The issue concludes with the 'Small-Town Girls' pictorial, showcasing the charm of rural beauties.