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... See full summary »
Hugh M. Hefner,
In this horror anthology film, three girls pledge the most popular - and cruelest - sorority on campus. For their final task, they must tell the scariest story they know. Containing three ... See full summary »
Two young couples take one last trip to the country before moving to different cities. Unfortunately, when secrets come out and jealously takes a toll the weekend takes an unexpected and deadly turn for the worst.
Sara Jean Underwood,
Bruster Phoenix Sampson
(in regards to Croatia episode) Not sure who this aimed at. Travel documentary depicts couple of dumb bitches, excuse me, previous playmates of Girls Next Door fame who skip around a few limited locations in Croatia giving absolutely no insight whatsoever, nor showing much beyond their bikinis (their only gainful employment), for those enticed by the cover and title. Co-host Sara was, according to her, not even aware of the country's existence prior to traveling there for the episode, regardless of the civil war there in the early 90s nor its geographic location across the water from Italy, bordered by Bosnia. The two girls skip around ooh-ing and ahhh-ing worse than the satirical character of Anita Ekberg in La Dolce Vita, sampling local food, mispronouncing everything, and generally making complete jackasses of themselves in front of surprisingly well-depicted Croats. You begin to understand some peoples disgust with American culture when host Kendra introduces Croatia as being different from Borats Kazakh village she imagined, while the locals she encounters speak better, less twangy drawn-out English than she does. Skinny dipping vignette at the end tries to make it all worth while, though my answer would have been for the two hosts to step on an unexploded Serb landmine.
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