The Girls Next Door (2005– )
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Meet the Girls 

Hugh Hefner's three girlfriends, Holly Madison, Bridget Marquardt, and Kendra Wilkinson, talk about how they came into Hef's life and their lives at the Playboy Mansion, and accompany Hef to a tribute to George Lucas.




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Episode credited cast:
Herself - Hef's #1 Girlfriend (as Holly)
Herself - Girlfriend for Three Years (as Bridget)
Herself - Girlfriend for One Year (as Kendra)
Jenny ...
Herself - Mansion Staff
Hank Fawcett ...
Himself - Mansion Staff (as Hank)
Mary O'Connor ...
Herself - Hef's Personal Secretary (as Mary)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself - As Butler


Hugh Hefner's three girlfriends are introduced. The #1 girlfriend, who has been with Hef for three and a half years, is Holly Madison. Bridget Marquardt, a graduate student, has been Hef's girlfriend for three years. The newest and youngest of the girlfriends is Kendra Wilkinson, who has been Hef's girlfriend for one year. The girls talk about their lives before coming to live at the Playboy Mansion, their current lifestyles, and their pets. Later, we see the girls getting their hair done before accompanying Hef to the American Film Institute tribute to George Lucas. Holly has her hair done in Princess Leia style in honor of the event. Later, back at the Mansion, Kendra looks for a DVD to watch, and Holly admits that as much as she likes Bridget and Kendra as her friends, she would eventually like to be the only woman in Hef's life. Written by Anonymous

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7 August 2005 (USA)  »

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Fly on the wall at a seedy place
22 April 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is not as bad as one would imagine. It has the obligatory hoards of women living in Hugh's fantasy land. Often chemical blonde and pneumatic. Obviously this program appeals immediately to a certain group and that was clearly discussed for 2 seconds, at the board meeting before approaching Hef with a big pay cheque.

Each episode looks at what's happening in the girls life at that time. For instance Kendra finds Christmas rather stressful. Your still stuck with the problem that this some kind of Disneyland gone wrong with a bunch of people with too much money and pampering and not enough activity in their minds. And its that that makes the whole Bunny Mansion a bit sinister. None of these are rocket scientists, but there has too be more to life than, "Oh my God, my extensions, my nails!"

The program provides a real life version of the 'Stepford Wives' syndrome and can be viewed as an psychology study- as well as anatomical one

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