Best Use of Bareness in a Leading Role by an RA John Character (vote for one):
a. John Standring in 2002’s Spark House: Injuries John sustained while being pummeled in a barn fight cause us to be sympathetic to him as a good man.
b. John Thornton in 2004’s North & South: Demurely cravatless neck with a hint of chest below makes our hearts go pitty pat.
c. John Mulligan in 2009’s Moving On: Drowning Not Waving: The slight morning after awkwardness in getting dressed in front of his new lover misdirects us by its charm.
d. John Porter in 2010’s Strike Back: A thorough physical examination reveals a healed shoulder injury, and then some, for this athletically fit soldier.
e. John Bateman in 2010’s Spooks, series 9: A smouldering gaze at his lover Maya conveys the depth of his love.
f. John Proctor in 2014’s The Crucible: A rare backal view during the cleansing scene highlights deltoids and trapezoids toned from years of toil on the land
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