In SF, Third Breast Is More Common Than Third EyeS

Why does science fiction love extra breasts so much? Blame Douglas Adams, who threw in a reference to the triple-breasted whore Eccentrica Gallumbits in Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. It sounded all sophisticated and sly coming from a Brit. But then William Shatner and Paul Verhoeven got their hands on the concept. Star Trek V, Shatner's directorial debut and swansong, features a three-breasted cat dancer (above) who wrestles Captain Kirk. In Total Recall a year later, a sex-worker flashes her accessory breast at Arnie, who miraculously doesn't grope her. How long before we have three breasts in 3-D? Find out in our gallery. (NSFW below the fold.)

In SF, Third Breast Is More Common Than Third EyeS

In SF, Third Breast Is More Common Than Third EyeS

In SF, Third Breast Is More Common Than Third EyeS

In SF, Third Breast Is More Common Than Third EyeS

In SF, Third Breast Is More Common Than Third EyeS

In SF, Third Breast Is More Common Than Third Eye