Tag Archives: bondage on TV

Metalbond’s favorite: Law-enforcement-themed reality TV

Got your DVR handy? Here’s my viewing list:

  • 60 Days in
  • Alaska State Troopers
  • Cops
  • Lockdown
  • Lockup
  • Locked Up Abroad
  • Jail
  • Southern Justice
  • To Catch a Smuggler
  • Border Patrol

What shows am I missing? What are you DVR-ing?

If you ask me, Alaska State Troopers is probably my favorite. Not only are the officers smoking hot, but the have great haircuts and well-fitting uniforms. I also think they are really good at what they do, treating people with respect and de-escalating situations and handling moose. Plus it’s awesome to see the wilderness and I love the deadpan narration. And did I mention they are hot? And they have cuffs.

 

Metalbond reader sees Jerry O’Connell tied up at the gym

A while back, a Metalbond reader sent me this information and a few pictures that he took from the gym treadmill:

Dear Metal,

At the gym, on the treadmill. Some show starring a young Jerry O’Connell — the chubby kid from Stand By Me who grew up to be a total stud — called “Sliders” comes on. Never heard of it. Wasn’t really watching. Then I looked up and … there’s Jerry, tied up, covered in electrodes, being zapped somehow. It was … hot.

A later scene had him strapped to a gurney. You might want to ask your readers to hunt this thing down for better pictures.

 

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Thanks for passing this along! Jerry O’Connell also gets tied up in the movie Tomcats:

 

 

 

 

 

Burt Ward’s erection

Batman and Robin sure got tied up a lot on TV!

It was when I got home from school that I would watch syndicated episodes of the campy TV show Batman from the 1960s. It seemed that at the end of just about every episode the heroes Batman and Robin — played by Adam West and Burt Ward — ended up in some form of diabolical bondage. Often there were two-part episodes in which Batman and Robin would be tied up in a cliffhanger. Usually these episodes ended with the heroes tied up and facing some sort of slow and painful death. I would walk away imagining the heroes were still bound — even when I went to sleep at night.

Looking back on it now, it seems that Burt Ward was more into the bondage, more enthusiastic, more in on the whole thing, gave much better “verbal” — whereas Adam West played it much more “straight’” if you will.

Anyway, I credit the original TV show Batman (available at Amazon), along with the movie 20,0000 Leagues Under the Sea, with sparking my interest in erotic male physical restraint.