Woman Crush Wednesday: Ashley Scott
There are so many “holidays” in the United States each year that it has become a joke. National Donut Day, National Lollipop Day, Cousins Day, and apparently We’re Too Stupid and Bored That We Need More Things To Celebrate Day. It’s all rather tiresome. Every morning I have to listen to the same morons talk about how we’re supposed to be celebrating Hot Dog Day or something equally as silly when the really important dates each year get overlooked. Like today, for instance. To some it’s just another sweltering Wednesday in July. For me, it’s a celebration of the beauty that is Ashley Scott.
Ashley has the type of blue eyes that you almost stare right through; a near endless void of blue. Like staring out into the vastness of the sea and wondering “what could possibly be more beautiful”? She’s also got an ass that you could bounce a quarter off of. I guess if I’m comparing the two, I’ll take the ass all day.
Scott has made a career in the action genre with those beautiful buttcheeks for quite some time. Her first brush being with the television series’ Dark Angel and Birds of Prey. But I didn’t notice young Ashley until she stole my eyes in the 2003 film S.W.A.T. While her role wasn’t a starring one, playing the ex-flame of Colin Ferrel, her brief appearances no doubt caused a huge spike in applications at local law enforcement agencies.
Her second big action film was one that not only left Dwayne Johnson uncomfortably shifting in his chair to hide his boner but also ruined a fair amount of DVDs from all of the slow motion-ings of the scene below. Thank goodness for streaming.
In Walking Tall, Ashley would play the love interest to our very Rock-like hero in Dwayne Johnson. Let’s just say that the 2X4 he carries around wasn’t the only wood on set most days.
The final film that I’ll highlight is the 2005 flick Into the Blue. Taking advantage of the blossoming careers of stars Paul Walker and Jessica Alba, Into the Blue attempted to create a unique story about a couple of treasure hunter/divers but whether from its lack of a good villain, or a bad script, it never quite made it off the ground. While it doesn’t deliver memorable scenes that will be quoted for years to come, it does have this scene.
And if that bum isn’t reason enough to celebrate, I don’t know what is. Happy Birthday Ashley!