They're often blond, very ambitious and always beautiful. They're the young women who travel from towns and cities across America in hopes of sharing one man's incredible dream: life at the Playboy Mansion. This unique eight episode reality series takes viewers beyond the gates and behind closed doors to reveal the world of Hugh Hefner's mansion as it has never been seen before: through the eyes of the women who live, play - and, of course, party - with him. It's the secret side of an American legend and the fabled home that has captivated the imagination of millions.Written by
The area of LA where the mansion is located is called "Holmby Hills". See more »
[on her Midsummer Night's Dream outfit]
I really don't start planning my outfits until, like, a week ahead, because, whatever I put on is gonna be hot - you know, you could wear... two Band-Aids and a cork.
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Just when I thought E! Entertainment had gone as low as possible....
I was channel-surfing late one evening, and unfortunately came upon this travesty thinly disguised as entertainment. Just when I thought E! had hit a new low with the brainless and vapid Anna Nichol Smith show, they push this piece of garbage off on the general viewing public as a form of "entertainment". To think that these three airheads' only goals in life are to live with the rather grotesque Hef and pose for Playboy are in themselves pathetic. Equally pathetic is the fact that people actually watch this stuff. I'm wondering (more and more) if this is yet another snapshot of the moral and intellectual decay of our society. That we as a society would grant almost demi-god status to the likes of Anna Nichol Smith, Hefner, and these 3 bimbos is almost frightening. But fortunately, there is an on/off switch. And thank God for my DVDs.
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