Dr. Quinn, Pre-Med

Whether she needed the help or not, I don't recall. But I helped her put the three-point harness belt on.

While in college, I worked at a "Malibu Grand Prix":http://www.malibugrandprix.com/ in Austin, Texas. One late afternoon, Jane Seymour walked in the door with her family. They were in town so that her husband could scout a location for a film or TV project. This was before she was Dr. Quinn, but I knew her and had had a _serious_ crush on her!

We were pretty slow at the time, so I was able to give them full attention. They got some tickets to ride the cars, and we went outside to get them buckled in. Whether she needed the help or not, I don't recall. But I helped her put the three-point harness belt on. I mean, here was Jane Seymour, and I'm thinking, _"Please_ don't accidentally bump her boob!"

I am sure she picked up on my affection for her, and she probably thought it was cute. She was very sweet, and hearing her accent in person was a bonus! Now, if only Linda Carter and Stephanie Seymour had walked through the door as well—that would have been all my boyhood fantasies!

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Jeanette_Cheezum says,

Down boy!

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