Dara & Karman’s Hit List: “Favorite Co-eds” (Episode 1)

Last May, when AfterEllen.com Editor-in-Chief Sarah Warn was shooting video of some of the AE vloggers waxing poetic about the women on the AE Hot 100 List, she grabbed my fellow writer/vlogger Dara Nai and me, stuck a fake guitar and drumsticks in our hands, and told us to opine about some of your favorite celebrities.

We were reminiscing about this recently over a session of Rock Band, and decided that we needed a reason to do it all over again. Thus, Dara & Karman’s Hit List was born.

So each week, until we run out of random topics, Dara and I will sit down in front of the camera with our plastic instruments, fire up the lava lamps, and share with you lists of a few of our favorite things. These topics will include films, women, TV, women, music, women, or women.

In honor of the back-to-school season, our first episode is devoted to the most memorable co-eds from some of our favorite films and TV shows. Whether they wear plaid skirts, seduce their teachers, or pack some government-issued heat, we give all of the women on our list “A’s” for effort.

Dara & Karman’s Hit List: Episode 1 “Favorite Co-eds”

The theme song is “Seven” by Vagiant — check them out at MySpace.com/vagiantboston — and of course, the awesome graphics were made by Kayla Jones. You can also hit us on our MySpace pages at MySpace.com/KarmanKregloe and MySpace.com/bad_machine.

Let us know in the comments who you’d put on your list, as we believe in continuing our own education.

AE reader Er1e has kindly transcribed the episode for our hearing impaired readers.