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Surprise, Surprise, Anna Silk gets naked on TV!

Remember the first time we met Anna Silk?  For most of you it was when she played a naked lesbian on Being Erica. In case you’ve forgotten, here’s the link.

But since then, she starred in her own very successful series called Lost Girl and seemed to have put her getting naked on CBC days behind her.  Literally.

Well that’s what I thought too, until I saw the promo for tonight’s all sorts-of-naked Republic of Doyle.  Anna guest stars as a real estate agent who is looking to seal the deal with Mr. Doyle…if you know what I mean!

In case you can’t wait for tonight’s show (or happen to be a little bit of a perv,) here are some more shots…which I grabbed for research purposes.  Jeez, the things I do for you guys.

You know if you think about, Allan Hawco writes, produces and stars in Republic of Doyle.  Not he has a tough job!


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  4. william jackson

    I feel that Anna Silk is a real knock out

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