Sexy Spy Saturday with Luscious Lucas


I never tire of looking at those prize thighs. Never.

Lucas getting intel from Champagne Girl at the Bedouin Bar in Moscow. Personally, I think he had more chemistry with her than he ever did with Maya or Sarah. She seemed to really enjoy her work and she helped our favorite spy.

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  1. Hello Fedoralady!

    Drawn back to the fandom on St Patrick’s Day by Luscious Lucas’ ethereally beautiful profile. How I envy Champagne Girl! What I wouldn’t give to be snuggled on that lap, caressing that long neck and about to whisper sweet, sexy nothings into those elfin ears and sip from the same glass!

    Whisk me away from the demands of work and studies, Lucas, my love, I beg of you!

    • Oh, my gosh, millyme!!
      I was just thinking about you and wondering how you were! How good to hear from you. Ladies, this dear lady was my beta for most of Truce and was such a wonderful help in getting the British English correct. Yes, I envied Champagne Girl from the start. With her up close encounter with Luscious Lucas, we got a very sexy and intriguing scene. Loved how Richard used those eyes of his in responce to so much of what she was telling him.
      Glad you took a break from your hard work to stop in and enjoy the Armitage Effect. 😀

  2. The scene with Champagne Girl is a treasure. Lucas is amazing, as always, and the Russian actress is a beauty, luscious and feminine. I love the way he reacts when she licks his ear – I don’t think that was planned as he looked really surprised, but who could possibly blame her? 😉

  3. I was just wondering if CG was speaking in russian or english to Beloved Lucas. Yes the Russian beauty was more exciting then the ugly frozen Sarah (I hate her) and the licking scene was very erotic. Mmmmm …

    • I hate Sarah Caulfield with a passion. There’s a reason I call her Freezer Queen and Evil Popsicle Bitch. She wouldn’t have known erotic if it ran her down with a giant lorry. Whereas the scene with Champagne Girl and Lucas was very sensual and enjoyable to watch. I love it when she peels his jacket back from his shoulders and he smiles at her and calls her “kitten.” Great chemistry there.

  4. I am changing my name to Champagne Girl and moving to Moscow! lol
    I will have to revisit that episode and see if I can detect surprise when she licks his ear. I wonder if she copped a feel too. Well, why not? You have to embody the character, become the character and act the part. I am sure it was all professional (cough, giggle!)

  5. Oh yes, the scene with Champagne Girl and Lucas was verrry sensuous, more than all his other “romantic” scenes combined I reckon. I would’ve done it for nothing if I were her!
    And that last pic gives me goosebumps and makes my toes curl, the whole looking-down-at-him-‘cos-I’m-on-top thing… Richard is so very, very good at it. *thud*

    • My gosh, yes. The expression of desire in his eyes and the mouth, lips parted and so soft looking, expectant. This very shy man is able to convey such intimacy, such sensuality and sheer eros on camera . . . I’ve always said he takes us on a journey of discovery with his characters. Oh, the places we get to go with him. He is amazing . . .

      Re Champagne Girl, I reckon I would have paid to play that role! 😉

  6. I could watch pic 1 for a LONG time, mainly because of the fabulous thighs. But, also, when I look at that pic, I always think what a great Bond RA would make. That pic shows how beautifully he runs and moves his body (especially his hands!). For a lot of actors, the way they run and move doesn’t look graceful at all. The Bond roles are, I believe, more physical nowadays, not so much about using all kinds of devices. The actor playing Bond should master his movements, just the way RA does!

      • And he can most definitely out-act Bond too… I haven’t seen Daniel Craig’s Bond films but his Red Nose sketch with Catherine Tate made me think he couldn’t act his way out of a paper bag. He was so wooden in it! Ah well I probably should give the guy another chance…

        • I would arguably say RA is a better actor than anyone else who has played Bond thus far. I have only seen Craig in one of the Bond films but I have seen him in other films where I thought he gave a good performance. However, he does not have the wide range of expressions Richard does nor the exquisite command of body language. Nor, IMHO, the charisma. Also, I don’t think comedy is Craig’s forte. I could well imagine him as “wooden” in that sketch.

          • As a Pierce Brosnan fan, he has been the best Bond IMO. 😉 I had no interest in the genre until he got the role.
            With Daniel Craig, the character and franchise has taken a different direction, and is more suited to Richard now than the Bond of movies past: darker and more complex. In my mind, Bond is always dark-haired and blue-eyed, so Richard is a perfect fit physically, but to be honest, I can’t really see him in the role. I don’t believe he has aspirations in that direction either IIRC from something he’s said.

            • He has said he was open to playing a Bond villain, however. I think he’d do a fab job in such a role, a villain who is complex, charismatic and very, very dangerous (he would probably steal the show); yes, I know it means his character would come to a bad end once again, but when I know that in advance I can seem to prepare myself better for it. Anyway, it’s all just supposition at this point.

              • Totally agree. I think what I was trying to get at (very poorly!) was that Bond has been done to death, and it would never be a role that Richard really owned, as good as he would be; he’d be another Bond alongside Sean Connery, PB et al. I would much rather see him as a Bond villain too. In that way he would put his own stamp on the character as he did with Guy.

              • Oh yeah, the character has been around for 50 years now in the movies and he’d be one more in a long line of Bonds. RA will ALWAYS be the definitive Guy of Gisborne, however. Some of the baddies have made more of an impression than others, but I am sure Richard would make us forget the rest. 😉

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