|Land of the Fox Resident||Year of Enterence||Info|
|Fall 2007|| Dameshek's affection for the Mercury Girl Jill Wagner is no secret. Jill's spot in the Land of the Fox was sealed upon her visit to the Dave Dameshek Show, where she and Dave's electric chemistry exploded in what could only be described as historic radio magic.
Dick Banks even composed a touching music video inspired by the forbidden love between Dave and the Mercury Girl, set to the tunes of Jill's favorite band, Led Zeppelin.
To this day, Wagner stands tall as Dave's personal favorite among all the foxes in the Land.
|Winter 2007|| Minka has one of the more interesting backgrounds of all the foxes.
She is the only child of former Aerosmith guitarist Rick Dufay and the late Maureen Kelly, a former Vegas showgirl. After graduating from high school, Kelly returned to Los Angeles with her father to pursue acting as a hobby while she went to school to become a surgical technician. Beauty AND brains - ooh la, and la!
Now, she's most known for her role as Lyla Garrity on the show Friday Night Lights. Well, that AND her status as Land of the Fox resident.
|Winter 2007|| Maran appeared in the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue for three consecutive years; from 2000 to 2002, but she first caught the vigilant eye of Dave Dameshek during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live when she said this, "I don't believe in marriage. I just don't think it's necessary in this day and age. I just think if you need to get married, then you're already distrusting the person. Why do you have to sign something to show your love? You just love, every day."
Maran also competed in the 2007 season of Dancing with the Stars, but she and dance partner Alec Mazo were the first couple eliminated. The Land of the Fox loves and accepts her - every day - just the same.
|Spring 2008|| Born in November of 1987 in Belgrade, Serbia (then Yugoslavia), this 2008 French Open winner resides in the Tennis Wing of the Land of the Fox.
More than just a pretty face, Ivanovic's playing style is what sets her apart from other tennis players who long for LOTF residency. Ana is known for her aggressive play. Her strength is a powerful forehand, which has long been considered to be one of the best in the game, and a formidable serve.
The combination of ferocious ball skills and general foxiness make her a fine choice for the Land of the Fox.
|Spring 2008|| Marissa Miller burst onto the scene when she was featured as the cover girl for the 2008 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
One of Marissa's first orders of business during the publicity rounds that followed was to carve out a spot in her schedule to appear on the Dave Dameshek Show, where a then nubile and inexperienced Skyler The Sass was eagerly waiting with a camera to capture the moment.
|Spring 2008|| Casual relations with athlete's like Alex Rodriguez and raised eyebrows from the Shek Republic aside, Dameshek has seen fit to allow Hudson into the Land of the Fox.
Her induction is the first and classic example of a LOTF resident whose spot in the Land is conditional. Kate only gets in on the condition that she forever looks as she did playing Penny Lane in Almost Famous.
|Summer 2008|| Betty Draper (a.k.a. January Jones) may very well have the "style" and "class" awards locked-up among all the residents in the Land of the Fox.
They don't make 'em like this anymore - a dame who transcends time.
The only question is this: Who would Dameshek rather be in bed with - Betty or his beloved Don?
Sigh... If only Dave could travel back in time...
|Summer 2008|| The picture on the card says it all - no doubt overcome by joy upon hearing the news of her induction into the Land of the Fox.
Jones is a world-class athlete and a world-class looker.
Lolo may have fallen short in her quest for gold as a U.S. Olympic Hurdler, but it is Dameshek who has fallen head over heels for this foxy beauty.
|Summer 2008|| Though photographic evidence was not obtained (a crime to say the least), Stokke stopped by the 710 ESPN studios to visit Dave Dameshek during the lead-up to the 2008 Olympic Games.
Perhaps Dave's charm and charisma proved too great a distraction for Allison, as she failed to make the Olympic team as a pole vaulter.
No worries! Think of it this way, Allison: you may not have made the Olympic team, but you're now a gold-medal resident in the Land of the Fox.
|Fall 2008|| Congratulations, Don Draper. You've done it again.
If Dameshek ever finds himself in need of a 1960's-style secretary or psychadelic 1960's fling, List and Ramsey would be at the top of his list based on their saucy roles in the greatest show on television, AMC's Madmen.
Of course, there's not too much room in the Dameshek On Demand headquarters a.k.a. Studio 66, but surely Dave could find a way to squeeze Peyton and Laura in his shoebox of a studio. Ah, yes. In so many ways...
|Winter 2008|| Her foxiness is undeniable, but what sets Transformers girl apart from the rest of the dames you'll find here is that she was the first to be democratically elected to her position as Land of the Fox resident.
Dameshek caved to the pressure of the fans of the show, putting it to a vote on the Dameshek.com Message Board, and when the final precinct's results came in, Megan had tallied over 70% of the vote.
Now she forever has a place in the Land of the Fox, and deservedly so notwithstanding her relatively young age. Surely, it didn't hurt her cause that her last name is Fox...
|Spring 2009|| Mila has the distinction of being the winner in the first ever Land of the Fox Showdown.
She soundly defeated her "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" co-star Kristen Bell by pulling in 69% of the Shek Republic overall vote. In accordance with the rules of the Land of the Fox Showdown, Kristen Bell is now forever banished from consideration for LOTF residence.
In such a high-stakes contest, Kunis definitely brought her 'A' game, earning herself what certainly must be the most prestigious honor in her career thus far.
|Spring 2009|| In an attempt to diversify the ethnic makeup of the Land of the Fox, Dave first looked to the country of India, where two amazing women stood head and shoulders above the rest - Aishwarya Rai and Freida Pinto.
In accordance with the Showdown format however, only one of these gems would be granted entrance into The Land. Congratulations to Rai, who won by the narrowest of margins in what was undoubdtedly the most controversial Showdown in Land of the Fox history.
Certainly deserving, Aishwarya has been called the most beautiful woman in the world. Her status as a Bollywood darling is now further enhanced by her LOTF citizenship.
|Spring 2009|| Dave displays his benevolence as dictator of The Land by allowing the will of the Shek Republic to be carried out.
Tina Fey's induction into the Land of the Fox was a long journey full of controversy and heated discussion on the podcast and on the message board. Despite Dameshek's disapproval, Fey has been granted residency with her runoff showdown victory (54%-46%) over Slumdog Millionaire's Freida Pinto.
Right off the bat, Tina apparently didn't mix well with some of the other foxes. She has since taken root in a small abode on the outskirts of the Land of the Fox.
|Winter 2009|| When she's not busy filling in as an anchor and correspondent at NBC, Amy frolics freely in the LOTF.
Escrow officially closed on Robach's new residence in the Land of the Fox shortly after Dave's recent visit to the Today Show, where her feminine wiles and overall foxiness left Dave smitten.
On a side note, Mrs. Robach was a competitive gymnast for 7 years and a beauty queen to boot... Ooo la and la!
|Winter 2009|| Dave took extra time to scout the contestants for the Land of the Fox Showdown II, and at least one of the two showed up to the big showdown.
Marisa Tomei took her high heels and danced all over the Striptease edition of Demi Moore on her way to victory. Perhaps Demi was too busy snapping cool pix of her son, er, husband Ashton Kutcher.
The final vote tally told the story, with Tomei's performance as an exotic dancer in The Wrestler proving too much for the competition.
The first Oscar winner in The Land, Marisa paints the Foxy countryside with a touch of class and grace, and she can now look ahead to a bright and eternal future in the Land of the Fox.
|Fall 2012||Through fan vote, Kelly Kapowski earned her way into the Land Of The Fox beating out fellow classmates Jessie Spano and Lisa Turtle.|