Needless to say, Nerd-vana was achieved when Sarah donned that Princess Leia get-up. But even in her Wienerlicious uniform, no one can pull off deadly combat skills like Sarah can. Don't let her baby blues and blonde tresses fool ya — this chick is ruthless. But sorry, fellas — as of her Season 4 finale wedding to Chuck, she's officially off the market.
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Between his killer smile (no pun intended, especially after this season) and his gorgeous golden locks, Patrick Jane can study us up and down any day of the week. While killing Red John in plain sight wasn't the smartest move, Jane's unflappable cold-bloodedness afterward had us seeing more devil in this handsome devil.
How can you not be sweet on Brenda? Her major jones for junk food is just many of her endearing, humanizing quirks, but her hard-nosed interrogative skills are no joke. We raise a gigantic glass of Merlot to her.
Anyone who wears a "Cocky" belt needs to be recognized. Confident and worldly, Booth can charm the pants off anyone, but it's his heartfelt moments with his son that have our heart all aflutter. We'll surely be a mess when his and Brennan's baby arrives.
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Nothing's sexier than going rogue. That cut-down-to-there bathing suit — not to mention the tattoo of a phoenix Q has running up her thigh — both scream "hot vigilante." Nikita's single-minded quest to bring down Division from the inside is just as captivating.
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Even Auggie thinks Annie is hot, and he's blind! But it takes real skills to play the spy game without her closest loved ones finding out. Girlfriend manages to crash at her sister's pad without much suspicion and can say "that's hot" in 10 languages.
Yeah, DiNozzo's easy on the eyes, but his best attribute is his self-deprecating sense of humor and lightheartedness. His incessant movie references not only break the tension, they sometimes crack the case. His Sean Connery impression is — dare we say? — more entertaining than the real thing.
Horatio's decision to keep on Natalia after she was revealed to be the mole was questionable, but we're not complaining. If our science teachers looked as good as Natalia does in a lab coat, we would have flunked five times over.
Kono's got enough skills to hang with the boys, but they definitely cannot hang (ten) with her perfect surfer bod. Just be sure to never crowd her wave or you'll be on the receiving end of a deadly right hook.
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Hard to believe, but it was 10 years ago that a shirtless, boxer-wearing Clark was roped to a cross in a cornfield — a sign of all the disrobing to come. Over the next decade, Clark's pecs were on full display, whether when getting down with Lana and Lois (not at the same time!) or getting marked by Jor-El. Of course, it's not all about skin. A cape and tights aren't the most flattering of clothes, but if you're tall, dark and heartbreakingly handsome like Clark is, anything looks good on you.
Derek Morgan is the only man on TV whose T-shirts are tighter than Simon Cowell's. Fortunately, he has the ripped bod and guns to fill them out in all the right places. Note to writers: We also wouldn't be opposed to seeing Morgan in his football uniform from his Northwestern playing days.
Benson blends empathy and toughness so perfectly that it's never difficult to buy her collaring baddies one minute and being heartbroken over losing guardianship of a suspect's son the next. We hear that Olivia is getting a promotion; that's how good she is.
With her runway-ready looks, it's easy to see why Beckett is Castle's muse. But she's so much more than a pretty face. Beckett's vulnerability about her mother's murder complements her no-nonsense attitude. Now that she's been shot, we hope her feelings for Castle are a mystery no longer.
While we were bummed that O'Loughlin's previous TV efforts (Moonlight and Three Rivers) didn't work out, we think he's finally found his true calling. After all, O'Loughlin's shirtlesness is made more plausible on a show set in Hawaii. Sure, McGarrett's short fuse and renegade style can get him in trouble, but we'd hate to be on the receiving end of one of his Molotov cocktail parties.
Jane Rizzoli may not have Maura Isle's schmancy designer wardrobe, but it's not like she needs it. The ultimate crime-fighting tomboy is all about taking names — namely Charles Hoyt's — in whatever fits. However, can you really dress down Harmon's smokin'-hot looks? Or buy that Jane was "Roly-Poly Rizzoli" back in the day?
It's not difficult to believe that Catherine Willows was once an exotic dancer at a Vegas strip club. Thankfully, it's because of a regular at that gig that led her to pursuing higher education and eventually snare a CSI job.
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The Portuguese beauty packs some serious heat (figuratively and literally), but she's really a geek at heart, collecting jelly bracelets and comic books, just like Deeks. A match made in heaven?
Hello, Angel! Eve, a brunette stunner who is also an illegal street racer, joins the group when an original Angel, her childhood friend Gloria, is murdered.
Lydia oozes sexiness and confidence, but she's also the emotional anchor of TNT's gritty cop drama. There's upheaval in her professional (new partner, Russell's betrayal) and personal lives (her mother's live-in beau), but she's still rock-solid in the field.
Source: TV Guide