Kendra tries to learn etiquette, Holly apprentices on a Playboy photo shoot, and Bridget brings in a trainer to teach her dog obedience.

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Episode credited cast:
... Herself (as Holly)
... Herself (as Bridget)
... Herself (as Kendra)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Herself - Etiquette Teacher (as Camille)
Diana Carida ... Herself - Etiquette Teacher (as Diana)
Chris ... Himself - Palms Public Relations
Tim Frasier ... Himself
Arny Freytag ... Himself - Chief Playboy Photographer
... Himself (as Hugh M. Hefner)
Ryan Hutchison ... Himself
Kathy ... Herself - Dog Trainer
... Himself - Actor
Mary O'Connor ... Herself - Hef's Personal Secretary (as Mary)
Lindsey Roeper ... Herself - Playboy Bunny (as Lindsey)
... Herself - Playmate of the Year, 2007 (as Sara Underwood)
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Hef sponsors a screening of "Flesh and the Devil" starring Greta Garbo at the Orpheum Theater, which the girls and many of Hef's friends attend. Kendra is unenthusiastic about having to watch a silent film, but eventually she enjoys the movie. Later, Bridget interviews Christopher Mintz-Plasse from the film "Superbad" on her radio show. Kendra decides to fulfill her resolution to become cleaner and classier by bringing in two etiquette teachers to improve her manners. Although the etiquette teachers believe Kendra has potential, Kendra eventually decides that she prefers to be the way she is and gives up on studying etiquette. Holly goes to Las Vegas to apprentice on a photo shoot for a pictorial featuring Playboy Bunnies. Bridget brings in a dog trainer to help her dog Wednesday become less aggressive toward the other dogs in the Mansion. Later, everyone watches an advance screening of "Superbad" at the Mansion. Written by Anonymous

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12 August 2007 (USA)  »

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