Will the Bond wars ever end? Continuing his post-Bond reign as World's Crankiest Man, Pierce Brosnan gave an interview to Playboy (it'll appear in December's issue) lashing back at snarky comments once made about him by one-time 007, George Lazenby. First of all, it's odd that Lazenby felt the walls of his glass house would protect him; a former male model, he had never acted before his appearance in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and his career didn't exactly skyrocket after Sean Connery re-replaced him. Lazenby, a major figure on the James Bond fandom circuit, criticized Brosnan for lacking charisma and for having "no problem showing his feminine side." Brosnan's response is characteristically mature: "George is just an angry, old, pissed-off guy. He was never an actor, but some pissed-off Aussie who doesn't know how to show his feminine side." What's up with all this cattiness? Is this just what Bonds do?