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Marge Simpson Does Playboy, Plus 5 Other Toons We’d Like to See Nude

For Simpsons fans everywhere it was a historic moment when Playboy unveiled their November cover model last week; the bright yellow beauty in the buff would be none other than Marge Simpson herself — arguably America’s favorite TV mom. Now the question on every animation ogler’s mind (besides how Homer is going to deal with his wife’s centerfold status) is what other hand-drawn hotties would make good nude models.

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Lois Griffin from Family Guy

Family Guy’s DVD sales are unprecedented, and the show’s ratings are some of the highest in FOX’s history. Being that it’s known for shocking, often boundary-pushing humor, Lois has been seen nearly nude far more frequently than Marge has. Who can forget when Peter and Lois smoked pot before the talent show or when Lois stripped for her adoring fans in Peter’s basement speakeasy? Numerous fan sites have sprung up across the internet professing their love for Lois (some funny, some disturbing) and we imagine the lust for her will only continue as appetites for animated porn are whetted this November.

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Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

The object of every animated character’s affection, Jessica Rabbit made the title toon swoon in the late-eighties classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit? The buxom ToonTown trollop (a human version) was already featured in Playboy’s November 1988 issue, but anyone who saw that spread would agree: a real-life rendering cannot compete with the animated pinup fantasy. Flesh and bone hips just don’t sway like the drawn ones.

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Ariel from The Little Mermaid

While this may lead to charges of Polanski-ism (Ariel is said to be only 16 in the movie), when it comes to this mermaid, many men just can’t help it. The film hit theaters when many of us were just realizing that we liked girls, and the scantily-clad princess of the sea was a vision in clam shells. When she got her legs, donned a shimmering gown, and tossed her red locks aside, we lost our minds. Triton had reason to be protective.

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She-Ra from She-Ra: Princess of Power

Out of all the He-Man: Masters of the Universe members, none rocked the prepubescent mind quite like She-Ra. Looking like an angel and a harlot at the same time, He-Man’s saintly sister was able to helm her own spin-off as she too battled for the honor of Grayskull. On her winged steed, with her sword aloft, She-Ra and her flowing white tunic and hooker boots is one cartoon centerfold we wouldn’t want to miss.

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Princess Jasmine: Aladdin

Returning to the Disney canon once again, we travel to the streets of Agrabah to visit with the princess who got our hearts racing when she jumped from roof to roof batting her big brown eyes at our street rat hero. She liked normal guys! Aladdin showed the princess a whole new world and we wanted to do so as well. It’s impossible to resist a woman who sticks it to her old man by sneaking out to take a magic carpet joyride — it almost reminds us of high school.