The September 2000 issue of Playboy Magazine is a potpourri of eclectic stories, captivating interviews, and engaging fiction.
'Making Book on Campus' by Erin Tammer uncovers the underworld of bookmaking in college campuses, showing that big money may not always be where you expect it.
'Galerie Morpels' by Robert B DeSalvo provides a glimpse into a Beverly Hills gallery showcasing some unconventional exhibits, including a life-size Alien.
'Dr. Jokes' by David Rensin takes a deep dive into the career of Harold Ramis, the comic genius behind iconic films like Animal House, Caddyshack, and Groundhog Day, discussing his then-new film, Bedazzled.
'Eastern Horizon' presents the latest automobile models from Japan, with a special focus on the Motor Show's boldest designs.
'Playboy's Pro Football Forecast' by Rick Gosselin discusses the evolution of football teams and the game's dynamism.
'You Don't Have to Be Gay to Get Laid But It Helps!' by Glenn O'Brien explores men's fashion trends, suggesting a dab of pink might boost your chances of success in the dating field.
'The Hot, The Horny, The Hilarious' is a compilation of some of the most memorable letters received by Playboy's Advisor in the past 40 years.
'200 Seth Green' is an interview with Seth Green, the rock and roll werewolf from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
'Digital Wearables' by Timothy Morr offers a look at the latest tech-infused fashion trend: internet portable clothing.
'The Black and White Sisters' is a captivating fiction piece by T. Coraghessan Boyle, a story rooted in a colorful checkerboard of passion.
The Playboy Interview for this issue is with Jennifer Lopez, delving into her life, career, and experiences.