Bridget takes Holly and Kendra to visit her hometown, Lodi, California.

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Herself (as Holly)
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Herself (as Bridget)
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Herself (as Kendra)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stacy Burke ...
Herself - Hef's Former Girlfriend (as Stacey Burke)
Anastasia Case ...
Herself - Bridget's Sister
Jeff Case ...
Himself - Bridget's Stepfather
Judy Case ...
Herself - Bridget's Mom
Russell Daniels ...
Himself - Owner: Stogies
DeAndre ...
Himself - Mansion Butler
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Herself - March Playmate, 2005
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Himself
Pauline ...
Herself - Bridget's Grandma
David Phillips ...
Himself - Owner: Michael David Winery (as David)
Willis ...
Himself - Bridget's Uncle
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Bridget organizes a trip for herself, Holly, and Kendra to her hometown, Lodi, California. It's a long drive and they want to do the whole trip in one day, so they leave in the limo at 5 a.m. When they get to Lodi, Bridget shows the others around the city. Bridget is proud to have been featured in Playboy, which many people around Lodi had known was her dream, and she is treated as a local celebrity in the city. The girls go to a winery where they have lunch with a large group of Bridget's family and friends. After lunch, they have a grape-stomping competition, in which Kendra and Bridget's sister Anastasia defeat Holly and Bridget. Later, the girls visit Bridget's grandma at her house, and finally go to a cigar bar where Bridget and the others pose for pictures and sign autographs. Meanwhile, it's movie night at the Mansion, and Holly is somewhat concerned that with her not around, some of the female guests may try to sit too close to Hef, but eventually she stops worrying about it. ... Written by Anonymous

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The title is a reference to 'Great Expectations', a novel by Charles Dickens. See more »

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