FHM # 5 October 2000 Magazine |
UPC: 07098934970410 | ISSN: 1532-3803
TABLE OF CONTENTSIN THIS MONTH'S ISSUE...
84 Carson Daly
The "most powerful man at MTV" on Tijuana, getting loaded on air and
86 The heat is on!
How well do you know your girl? Take our test to find out if you'll be sleeping
on the sofa.
On a stormy night, Bob Kidd abandoned ship and jumped into an icy nightmare.
101 I'm hurt!
Gangrene be gone! Mend your sick and broken friends with our first-aid guide.
Television in the year 2000, sliced, diced and pounded flat with a wooden mallet
for your viewing pleasure.
Presenting nine of tomorrow's hottest TV babes—today.
132 Watch it!
The FHM TV guide states what's worth watching. Also, the Legends of public access,
TV around the world, things that MacGyver made, your favorite animal stars and
The Joy of Pointing with Bob Ross. Plus, take our celebrity-hair quiz and win
a 27-inch television.
144 Jamie Foxx
Funnyman Jamie Foxx on racist cops, Oprah's big booty and lounge-singing in Vegas.
147 We hate you!
Some people deserve no respect. Here are the 10 most reviled people in all of
152 Carmen Electra
The star of the summer's surprise hit gets down and dirty on a cattle ranch.
160 NYPD scuba diver
Diving specialist Steve Bienkowski on floating bodies, leaky wet suits and finding
"Coney Island whitefish."
IN EVERY ISSUE...
Thoughts on becoming a pirate, putting The Love Boat's Isaac in the White House
and protecting babes from dangerous flames.
Featuring women with antlers, gas-powered
shoes, the stripper scout, beer-tasting with Sam Adams brewmeister Jim Koch, the
earthquake machine and the Mr. T Chia Head.
New albums, including the latest from Radiohead and The Wallflowers, plus movie
previews, games and a new Internet page.
An ugly encounter with Eastern European ladies of the night, and a man's attempt
to get in an animal lover's pants costs a dog its life.
76 Bar room jokes
It's time to unleash the funny. Surefire jokes to make you the wittiest guy in
78 Grub Smith's laboratory of love
Our human love-machine steps back into history to spend an afternoon living Life
as the Marquis de Sade might have done.
Including military style, basic black looks, a multitude of T-shirts, an interview
with Jason Lee and the opportunity to win a highly desirable leather bomber jacket
Gear that makes "roughing it" less hellish, FHM's guide to DVD players
and a guy with a giant drill.
Why your fat gut is not all bad, getting that six-pack look, futuristic laser
eye surgery, replacing your teeth and the man whose life was saved by Chuck Norris.
208 True stories
Real misery of the amusing variety.