The Girls - Over the years, various TV characters
and personalities have referred to their "breastal"
region by using a number of different nicknames.
Here is a list of some of those occurrences:
Tyra Banks touches
Katherine McPhee's Breasts
Chicago magazine writer Hannah Miller (Jamie Lee
Curtis) from the sitcom ANYTHING BUT
LOVE/ABC/1989-92 was especially proud of her
breasts. She nicknamed them "The Girls." [as did
Sally Solomon (Kristen Johnson) on the sitcom
THIRD ROCK FROM THE SUN/NBC/1996-2001].
Annie O'Donnell (Nancy McKeon) on the sitcom
CAN'T HURRY LOVE called her breasts "Thelma &
On the July 18, 1997 segment of the daytime talk
show OPRAH called "Letters to Oprah" Oprah
Winfrey read fan reactions to her comments about
her desire to have her breasts lifted. She
summarized their concerns with "Some encourage a
lift...others say to leave 'The Girls' alone."
On the sitcom MAD ABOUT YOU/NBC/1992-99 Jamie
Buchman (Helen Hunt) who was obsessed with
making people like her, went over board to
impress a boy in high school and was known as
"The Stemple sister who showed a boy her boobs
to be liked."
Louis De Palma (Danny DeVito), the lecherous
taxi dispatcher on the sitcom
TAXI/ABC/NBC/1978-83 referred to Elaine Nardo's
breasts as "Headlights."
On the sitcom WHO'S THE BOSS/ABC/1984-92 Mona
Robinson (Katherine Helmond), was called "all
boobs and no brains" by her mother when she was
younger. Mona's daughter Angela Bower (Judith
Light), a successful ad executive, was just the
opposite "all brains and no boobs."
On June 19, 1997 Jay Leno of THE TONIGHT SHOW
commented on Glamour magazine's revelation that
many more women than it was thought actually
named their breasts. He followed by complaining
"Oh great! It's hard enough remembering one
name, now when we wake up in the morning we have
to remember three.
On the sitcom DHARMA & GREG/ABC/1997-2002 Jenna
Elfman as Dharma Finkelstein revealed that her
husband Greg Montgomery (Thomas Gibson)
nicknamed her breasts Eric and Lyle "because
they're a couple of killers."
TRIVIA NOTE: On the sitcom SEINFELD/NBC/1990-98
the term "My Boys" was the nickname for George Costanza's sperm as in "My boys can swim"; and
the nickname for the genitals of both standup
comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his next-door
neighbor Kramer (Michael Richards). See also
"Yada, Yada, Yada"