The Girls Next Door (2005– )

Mutiny on the Booty 

With the success of their first Playboy pictorial, Hef decides to do a second photo shoot with the girls. He wants to have them pose on the round bed, but the girls lobby to focus on their individual personalities.


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Episode credited cast:
Herself (as Holly)
Herself (as Bridget)
Herself (as Kendra)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Arny Freytag ...
Himself - Chief Playboy Photographer
Marilyn Grabowski ...
Herself - West Coast Editor
Himself (as Hugh M. Hefner)
Keith Hefner ...
Himself - Hef's Brother (as Keith)
Mary O'Connor ...
Herself - Hef's Personal Secretary (as Mary)
Sara ...
Herself - Makeup Artist
Tom Staebler ...
Himself - Playboy Art Director (voice) (as Tom)


Hef tells the girls that their first Playboy pictorial was so popular that they have been invited to do another pictorial for the magazine. Hef arranges for them to be photographed on the round bed at the Playmate House, but the girls are all unenthusiastic about that because their first pictorial was shot there too. Holly suggests to Hef that she and the other girls should each get to appear in photos inspired by their individual personalities and interests. Hef doesn't think that should be the main focus of the pictorial, but he agrees to it as something to be added to the pictorial. At Playboy Studio West, the girls each have a concept with one being the focus and the other two taking supporting roles. Bridget's shoot is based on the movie "King Kong," Kendra's has her as a football player with the other two as cheerleaders, and Holly's is inspired by Marilyn Monroe's performance in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." Afterward, they pose together for the cover, a complex shot requiring ... Written by Anonymous

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13 August 2006 (USA)  »

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The title is a reference to the book 'Mutiny on the Bounty' by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall. See more »


References King Kong (1933) See more »

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