Tuesday, January 29, 2013

5-Year Blogiversary Special -- pt. 5

While not there quite yet, we are nearing the end of the drawings I picked out for my 5-year celebration.  I'll probably wrap it up either this weekend or early next week.

Sometime during the first year of this blog, I wrote to Endart himself.  I wanted to do a post that would include my favorite drawing of his, titled, "Warm Under Plaid", so I wrote to him and asked for permission to use his artwork.  His reply was more than gracious, and he told me to feel free to use the drawing.  He had only two requests:  Do not change, alter or crop the picture in any way;  and leave the watermark, the "Endart.com" logo, intact.  As long as I did that, he had no objection to my posting any of his drawings.

Since I know many of you will want to download these drawings and reblog them, I ask you to follow the same rules.  I would also add, "Please do not change the file name."  Endart took time and put some thought into the titles of all of his drawings, and I really hate to see the file name wiped out when it gets reblogged.

The first couple of pictures take a distinctly Southern turn.  We start off seeing a young lady being threatened with a switch while wearing a skimpy pair of jean shorts.  The girl is none other than Daisy Duke....and yes, to this day the shorts are named after her.  The show, of course, is "The Dukes Of Hazzard".  I'm not sure what Daisy did to make Uncle Jesse get a switch, but as the name of the drawing states, she is facing some "Hazard-ous Consequences"--and those Daisy Dukes aren't going to offer much protection!



We go from a switch-wielding patriarch to a switch-wielding matriarch--namely, Granny from "The Beverly HIllbillies".  Granny often threatened to go get a switch, but if she did, we never saw it.  At best, an actual switching was hinted at.  In fact, the only spanking on the show that I can recall didn't even involve the Clampett clan at all.  Rather, it was the banker, Mr. Drysdale, who turned his wife over his knee and paddled her in the privacy of his office--off-screen, sad to say--much to the delight of his secretary, Miss Hathaway.  It's a shame, really.  The way Donna Douglas as Elly May filled out a pair of jeans, we should have been treated to a scene such as the one Endart drew several times a season.  This is what happens when "Granny Takes Charge".




Okay.  So you have a bunch of lifeguards running around in tight bathing suits, and one of them is played by Pamela Anderson.  The same question comes to mind as before--how did we NOT get to see at least a spanking a year on "Baywatch"?  The situation definitely called for some "Beach Fanny Tanning".  (Needless to say, that's the American definition of the word, "fanny"....just so there's no confusion.)




"Guilty, Miss Sullivan".  That's the verdict handed down in this session of "Night Court".  It's pretty easy to tell what the sentence is, and the attorney Miss Sullivan (played by Markie Post) doesn't seem too happy about it.  I guess we could say that the punishment is being carried out over her objections?



Sunshine, water, a lovely beach surrounded on all sides by water, and all of a sudden, the cry of, "The plane!  The plane!"  Time once again for Mr. Rourke (he looks marvelous) and Tattoo to greet the next batch of visitors to "Fantasy Island"!  This may have been one of the few shows that Endart drew inspiration from that actually did feature a spanking during it's run.  Of course, one spanking just isn't enough, and this young guest to the island has a definite fantasy in mind.  Naturally, Mr. Rourke does his best to make it happen.  The title here is, "Fulfilling Fantasy", and is probably a good place to end today's post.




Saturday, January 26, 2013

5-Year Blogiversary Special -- pt. 4

Through early morning fog I see
Visions of the things to be
The pains that are withheld for me
I realize and I can see
That suicide is painless
It brings on many changes
And I can take or leave it if I please......

These are the opening lyrics to the theme song from "M*A*S*H".  No surprise, then, that during the run of the TV show, the theme was always played as an instrumental version of the song.  The lyrics don't exactly say, "COMEDY", and "M*A*S*H" was primarily a comedy with many dramatic overtones.

I bring up the lyrics because that's obviously what Endart was referencing when he called this drawing, "Discipline Is Painful".  Comedy is the emphasis here, as Hawkeye apparently is attempting to change Margaret Hoolihan's nickname from "Hot Lips" to "Hot Bottom".



And speaking of theme songs.....

Here's the story
Of a lovely lady
Who was bringing up three very bratty girls.....

Okay, that's not the way the theme really went, but it certainly would fit with the Endart take-off on the show.  Clearly, Mrs. Brady knows exactly when to do with those bratty young ladies, and those plaintive whines of "Marsha Marsha Marsha!" have quickly become pleas of "Mercy!  Mercy!  Mercy!" .  The drawing is, of course, titled "3 Very Lovely Girls".



One more theme, and I'll give my singing voice a rest--and I'm sure you'll all be happy about that!  Let's just say that no one would turn around for me if this was "The Voice".

Baby, if you ever wondered
Wondered whatever became of me
I'm living on the air in Cincinnati
Cincinnati WKRP.

Again, the drawing's title is a take-off on the theme song, "Baby Did You Ever Wonder".....probably as in, did you ever wonder how the seemingly incompetent station manager, Arthur Carlson, still managed to inspire such love and devotion from his employees, such as Jennifer Marlow (Loni Anderson) and intern Bailey Quarters?  Mr. Carlson might have been very good at something, after all, and the drawing might be the answer.



We go from theme songs to what most would consider the impossible.  In fact, it is impossible.  These two shows never did a crossover episode.  Still, you can't help but wonder....what would happen if a witch went up against a genie?  Well, if the genie is outnumbered two to one, I would guess the genie loses and has to pay the penalty.  In "Spells 'n' Spanks", Samantha, with cousin Serena watching, deals out the punishment to Jeannie.  No witchcraft required to do this!



For the last drawing today, most people would look at this and also say it was impossible....or, at the very least, highly unlikely.  In fact, anyone who ever watched "The Avengers" would probably say a more likely scenario would be for Emma Peel to be spanking John Steed.  Still, that's the nice thing about fantasy art--the outcome can be whatever you want it to be.  And it's quite clear that this is what Endart envisioned in, "Glowing Peel".




Thursday, January 24, 2013

5-Year Blogiversary Special -- pt. 3

One of the wonderful byproducts of doing these posts has been the fact that I was actually able to add to my Endart collection.  The last picture in the previous post, with Catwoman finally getting the upper hand?  I stumbled across that quite by accident while doing some research.  And even though I'm not a big fan of F/M depictions, I was more than happy to download a copy of it and include it with the other "Batman" pictures.

The same story applies to this next picture, and I have to give a big "Thank you" to Dave Wolfe over at "Wolfietoons" for it.  He had it on his site, and it's one I don't remember seeing before--either that, or I saw it but decided not to download it at the time.  However, since it uses the show, "Gilligan's Island" as it's inspiration, it certainly fits in with my Blogiversary Special theme.

Here we see the Skipper in the process of letting Mary Ann and Ginger know that, even though they're shipwrecked, the Captain of the ship is still in charge in this drawing called, "Ginger's Turn".



"Buck Rogers In The 25th Century" is a pretty clunky title for a TV show, so everyone I know just referred to it as "Buck Rogers".  The show didn't last very long on the air, and I can't say I watched it very often.  Still, if they'd included something like this in a few more episodes, the show might have lasted more than two seasons.

Here, Buck Rogers (Gil Gerard) introduces Col. Wilma Deering (Erin Gray) to a quaint old Earth custom.  The title, "Finally Buck!", would seem to indicate that she's been hoping for a demonstration for quite some time.




In spite of my constantly saying that I watch a lot of television, obviously there are plenty of shows that I never see, or don't want to watch, or just didn't seem interesting enough for me to devote any time to it.  It doesn't mean there was actually anything wrong with the show--it just wasn't my cup of tea at the time.  "JAG" was one of those shows.  Although, again, if Catherine Bell had done a few scenes like the one below, I just might have been a big fan.  This one is called, "Meaning No Harm".  I don't know, though....he looks like he means to do some harm to me!



Next up is "Colt And Jodi" from the TV series, "The Fall Guy", starring Lee Majors and Heather Thomas. Lee played a stunt man who also worked as a bounty hunter on the side in order to make some extra money.  It looks like Colt is going to have a serious talk with Jody about some of the stunts she's been pulling.



The Endart title, as you can see, refers to her as "Jodi" but all indications are that her name in the show was actually spelled with a "y"--Jody.  It's as I've said before--which would you rather have, a good drawing or proper spelling?

"Too Warm For Comfort" is the name of the last illustration, and the title is a play on the name of the TV series it's based on, "Too Close For Comfort".  The TV show was a perfect example of what happens when you mess with a show's time slot.  The show originally aired on Tuesdays, with shows like "Happy Days" and "Three's Company" acting as it's lead-in.  After a few seasons, the show got moved to Thursday and, without the strong shows before it, the ratings plummeted like a penguin attempting to fly.

Ted Knight played Henry Rush, a cartoonist.  He and his wife had a lovely home with a downstairs apartment that they rented out.  When their tenant died, Henry's daughters (Jackie and Sarah, played by Deborah Van Valkenburgh and Lydia Cornell) pleaded to become the new tenants, and Henry finally agreed.

Naturally, hilarity ensued.

In the last drawing for today, I'm guessing that Jackie and Sarah have violated the lease agreement--and they discover what happens when the landlord is their father!




Sunday, January 20, 2013

5-Year Blogiversary Special -- pt. 2

++++ Updated on January 21, 2013 ++++

We continue to celebrate my 5-year blogiversary with 5 more drawings from Endart.  Oddly enough, there may be 5 illustrations, but we're only looking at three TV shows.

I have always assumed that this first one gets it's inspiration from the TV show, "Married--With Children", even though there's very little in the way of evidence to support the idea.  For one thing, the title of the drawing is, "Kelly's Comeuppance".  Christina Applegate portrayed Kelly Bundy in the TV series and, like the lady in the picture, had blonde hair.  And the character smirking in the background could certainly be interpreted as younger brother Bud.

Turns out I was wrong.  Thanks to a note from Enzo, he's clarified for me that the picture is in fact meant to represent a different TV show, namely "Beverly Hills 90210".  I never watched that program and so I never figured it out, but I'm glad that someone else managed to spot it.  You can read all the details in the "Comments".




In this second drawing, though, there's no doubt as to which TV show it's based on.  Entitled, "Al Takes Charge", the depictions of Al and Peggy Bundy leave no doubt that this is "Married--With Children".  Having clearly reached his limit, Al has already dealt with daughter Kelly...and now it's Peg's turn.



It's been a highly successful comic book, TV series, and now a movie trilogy.  Not surprising, then, that Endart  should go back to the over-the-top campy TV program, "Batman", starring Adam West and Burt Ward, and get at least three illustrations out of it..

Based on the still popular comic book by DC comics, the TV series brought a number of Batman villains to the small screen.  The Joker, The Riddler, The Penguin--all bedeviled the Caped Crusader, and it seemed like well-known actors were more than happy to take on these roles.  And, of course, no list of Batman villains would be complete without Catwoman.

Three actresses took turns portraying Catwoman over the course of the show's history.  Eartha Kitt and Lee Merriweather each took a turn.  But the best of them all was Julie Newmar, and she's the one that Endart focused on.  Tall, statuesque and curvaceous, it's no surprise that Batman would decide to take her in hand--at least, in the Endart version of the show.  Psychiatrists will tell you that most criminals want to be caught.  Perhaps that's why the name of this drawing is, "Catwoman's Wish".




And how does she feel about all those Bat-spanks delivered to her upturned bottom?  Grateful, apparently, since the name of this next illustration is, "Thank You, Batman".




But wait....what treachery is this???

While doing some Endart research, I came across this drawing that I did not have in my collection.  Not surprising, really.  Endart did an amazing number of pictures, and while I do have a lot of them, it's hardly a complete collection.  The drawing fit in with my theme of Endart and TV, so I downloaded a copy of it.  Sadly, it was listed as "untitled", something that I'm not too happy about.  Endart gave a name to each of his drawings, and just like each picture was lovingly crafted, I'm sure he gave some thought into the picture's title, as well, and the title also served as the drawings .jpg file name.  To have someone change it or eliminate it is, to me, a travesty.  As noted, the name of the picture above is, "Thank You, Batman".....not "Untitled", not "Picture 247", and sure as hell not "tumblr_xxx2546qoeyeosfersetredsapye".

I could probably rant on, but I won't.  Best to stay on topic.  Here's the last one for today.  Since it was listed as "untitled", I gave it the name, "Catwoman's Revenge".  Again, another reader has come through for me.  Ingen--and again, you can read the remarks in the "Comments"--has the same picture on file, and the title there is, "Catwoman's Playtime".  I'm going to assume that is the correct title.  Thank you, Ingen!



Will there be more Endart depictions of spankings on TV in the days to come?  Tune in to find out...same Spank-Time, same Spank-Channel......

Friday, January 18, 2013

5-Year Blogiversary Special -- pt. 1

** Selected as a Chross "Spanking of the Week" **

Over the years, the artist known as Endart created a number of drawings that were based on TV shows and TV characters.  Since I'm a big fan of spanking and of TV, I thought I'd share with you all of the drawings of his that I could find in my archives with a TV theme.  It seemed a fitting way to celebrate my 5 year anniversary of Spanking Minnesota.

Sadly, since Endart retired a few years back, there is nothing "new" here.  If you were a dedicated Endart fan, you've probably seen all or most of these before.  The newer Endart fan, however, might find a lot he or she hasn't seen before.  And who knows?  There might even be a drawing that the old Endart fan somehow missed out on the first time around.  New fan or old, I hope you find something here to enjoy.

I should note that the drawings I'm using for these posts are the individual illustrations that he did on the subject, and not any drawings taken from any of the "Series" he ran, like the Pammy Lee stories, or Carrot and Bev.  While TV shows like "Star Trek" and "Xena: Warrior Princess" were occasional used as the backdrop for some of Pam's adventures or dreams, I'm not using any of those pages in these posts.  These are just his one-panel offerings.

We start off, like any good day of television would, with the morning shows.  In this first one, titled "Live", Regis and Kathie Lee Gifford must be having a discussion about the book, "50 Shades Of Gray".



And, on a different network, in an illustration called, "Today", Katie Couric is undergoing a similar discussion.  I think Katie might be having trouble sitting comfortably "today"....and possibly tomorrow....



(You can tell this is an early Endart drawing by the fact that the logo, "Endart.com", is printed across the illustration.  Later on, he considerately started putting it at the top of the page, or the bottom, or along the side--someplace out of the way where it didn't interfere with the image.  He even went back to many of his early drawings and changed the placement of the logo on those.)

I can barely bring myself to refer to any so-called "reality" program as Television, although there are a few--a very few--that, I must admit, I do like.  The next drawing is a nod to that genre.  And, if they'd actually done as the drawing shows, it probably would have been the highest rated "reality" program ever.  Based on the show, "The Simple Life", here Nicole Ritchie does to Paris Hilton what a lot of people wish would happen to Paris Hilton.  It really is,"So Simple".




While the next is certainly not the oldest illustration, it does reference probably the oldest TV show.  "The Honeymooners" aired in the '50s, and starred Jackie Gleason as Ralph Kramden and Audrey Meadows as his wife, Alice.

Ralph was a bus driver.  He had big dreams, but they seldom worked out.  His wife, Alice, kept him grounded with her sharp wit and sarcastic comments.  On occasion, his frustration (combined with one of her zingers) would have him shaking his fist and intoning, "One of these days, Alice....one of this days....to the moon, Alice!"  Alice would just stare him down and then deflate him with another comment.  She knew...we all knew....he was just venting and could never lay a finger on her.  And he would prove it at the end of many episodes, when the two of them would wind up hugging and he'd look at her and say, "Baby...you're the greatest!"

In this picture, called "Mad Driver", Ralph has clearly stopped threatening to send her to the moon and is applying his palm to her moon instead.



The last drawing for today is also in black-and-white.  It's called, "Lost In Spanks", a play on the name of the TV show it depicts, "Lost In Space".  I must admit I never watched the show, so can't really say a lot about it, but even I remember that the space family Robinson had a Robot that would alert them to dangers with cries of "Warning!  Warning!" and "Danger Will Robinson!"

Here, someone has clearly reprogrammed the Robot, and the only "danger" is to the backside of one of the Robinson daughters.



That's all for now.  I'd say the blogiversary special is off to a good start......


Wednesday, January 16, 2013

It's My Five-Year Blogiversary!!

It was five years ago--January 16th, 2008--that I came home from work, plopped myself down in front of my computer, browsed around for a bit, and then declared, "Heck, I can write a blog about adult consensual spanking!"

Of course, it may have been the Rum Chata talking.  I'm easily influenced when I'm tired after work.

And now here we are, 5 years and 1.1 million visitors on the stat counter later.  It's been a lot of fun, and I hope everyone who has come here and visited this little corner of spanking heaven had a good time, as well.

Now the question is:  how do I celebrate such an auspicious occasion?



I must admit, something along the lines of the picture above would suit me just fine.  Alas, while the palm is willing, the lack of a lap-mate leaves me searching for another answer.

Thankfully, I didn't have to think about it for very long.  Too much thinkin' will weaken ya.....

To celebrate my five years of blogging, I decided I'd combine two of my favorite things.  I've certainly made no secret of my love for the illustrations of the artist known as "Endart".  And I know I'm not the only one.  I took a look at the "keywords" for this blog--what people type into a search engine that directs them here.  Of the top 10, three of them contained the word, "Endart".  Clearly his work remains popular with today's Spankos.

My second favorite thing is TV.  I've said it before--I watch a lot of television, and my favorite shows are the source of many of the names that appear on my "Celebrities I wish I could spank" list.

I have a feeling that Endart was a TV fan, as well.  A number of his drawings depict spanking scenes that we would have liked to have seen in a variety of TV programs.  As has been said before, "There isn't a single TV show on the air that wouldn't benefit from having a spanking scene!"

Case in point:  Star Trek.



I've posted both of this drawings before.  The first one is called, "On the Bridge", and the ladies of ST:TOS
(Star Trek:  The Original Series) are clearly all in for some shipboard discipline.  The second, called "Old Meets New" depicts Seven of Nine being welcomed into the Star Trek universe.

(A side note:  Endart did at least one more drawing with a Star Trek theme.  It depicted Capt. Janeway spanking Seven of Nine.  Sadly, I must have accidentally deleted it at some point, because I couldn't find it when I searched my archives the past two days.  If anyone knows where a copy of that may be posted, please let me know by leaving a message in the "comments" section.)

All in all, I found something like thirty-seven Endart drawings that were clearly based on TV shows of the past.  As a way to celebrate my "Five year" mark, I'm going to post them during the next few days or weeks.  (As regular readers of this blog can tell you, I don't have a set publishing schedule.  I might post something every other day, and then not post anything for a week.  It all depends on my having the time available to do it, and that can vary a great deal.  So, I can't tell you how long it will take to get these posted, but I will get them all up, I promise.  Hang in there.)

  I hope you enjoy them--it's my blogiversary present to you!

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Dr. Ken's Spankable Bottom Of The Week


This week's photos don't feature anybody famous....just some lovely ladies from Japan who would look very good with their bottoms upturned over a knee.  And really, that's all that's necessary, isn't it?






Friday, January 11, 2013

Photo Caption Fun



  "A rose as a token of his affection is nice.......but if he really loved me, he'd spank me!"

Monday, January 7, 2013

The Headmaster's Daughter

*** Selected as a Chross "Spanking Of The Week" ***


Time to once again dive into the archives and post another favorite set of photos.

I'm not sure, exactly, what qualifies a photo (or series of photos) as one of my "favorites".  It's just an immediate reaction upon seeing the picture--I either like it or I don't like it, and then it gains "favorite" status after a few more viewings.  There's no particular criteria.

All things considered, I probably shouldn't like this photo-set as much as I do.  For one thing, there isn't a bare bottom in sight, and you'd think that would be one of the things I would definitely want.  Practically all of the photos are a side-view, camera positioned in front of the spanker.  There's almost no loving, lingering pictures from behind the spankee focusing on her bottom, another thing you'd think I'd absolutely want to have.

There's almost a certain innocence here, as well as plausibility.  The participants are age appropriate for their roles.  He certainly looks old enough to be her father, doling out some paternal discipline to a young lady for some bad behavior.  We get to see all of the spanker and spankee in almost every picture.  There are no cropped photos of just body parts.  The girl's reactions are good, not over-the-top, and she certainly looks contrite as she receives a stern lecture at the end of it.  The only thing that's off?  The title in the first photo, which labels the set as "The Headmasters Daughter".  Going by that, she apparently has more than one father, and all of them are headmasters.  As you can see from the title on this post, I've corrected that.  But hey, what do you want--correct punctuation or some nice spanking photos?

Enjoy!








Saturday, January 5, 2013

Dr. Ken's Spankable Bottom Of The Week

These are not new photos by any means, but they're certainly good enough for my purposes.

Apparently, on a trip to a water park with her friends, crew, and entourage, a certain singer forgot that water can add weight to a bathing suit, and that the surface tension of the water provides a certain gravitational pull when you suddenly pop up out of the water.

The result?







The result is that Katy Perry is Dr. Ken's Spankable Bottom of the Week!

(All photos courtesy of Egotastic.com)

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Cookie's Comeuppance

What would you do if you'd spent the day waiting for an important phone call and discovered that your college-aged daughter had been on the phone all day yakking away with her friends?



Yeah, that would be my first reaction, too.

I came across this artwork while browsing through my archives and thought I'd post it so it could see the light of day.  While it's a lovely depiction of Dagwood delivering some parental discipline, I don't think it's a panel from the actual comic strip.  Compare it to another picture of daughter Cookie getting a good "talking to" from her father.



This is an actual scene that appeared in the comic strip.  Compare it to the first picture.  While the drawing of  Dagwood is good, you can tell that it's a little bit off.  And Cookie is just all wrong, from the clothing to the face--even the way the hair is drawn.  Add to that the fact that her bottom is so prominently featured in the first drawing--an everyday family comic strip wouldn't be quite that blatant.  

So while I certainly enjoy the first drawing, I have to conclude that it's a piece of fan art, and not some long lost Blondie panel from ages ago.  It's a pity there's nothing to identify the artist, so let's just send a "congratulations on a job well done" out into the Universe and hope it somehow reaches the right person.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year!

Welcome to 2013!  I hope your New Year's celebration looked something like this......




A word of advice, though.  Celebrating the New Year with some champagne is fine.  Seeing in the New Year with a spanking?  Also a good idea.

Trying to do both at once?  There'll be more champagne spilling over the edge of the glass than gets consumed.  In other words--it's a very, very messy idea.

I'm not saying you shouldn't do it--just have some cleaning supplies on hand.

And then pull her skirt up and spank her bare bottom for getting champagne all over the floor....

:-)