The Playboy Club

The Playboy Club

The Playboy Club is about a time when it was all about social mores and where a entrepreneur saw the potential into something and created an empire that has spanned the world and continues to grow. The show focuses in the 1960's at the legendary Playboy Club in Chicago. This was the most sought-after status symbol anyone could get and the epitome of beauty and service. Nick Dalton (Eddie Cibrian), a top attorney tries his luck at the Playboy Club and with mysterious ties to the mob, Nick puts himself out there and helps Maureen (Amber Heard), a new bunny to the club who kills the leader of the Bianchi crime family accidentally.

Created by Chad Hodge (Tru Calling), "The Playboy Club" looks into the world of Playboy and puts a twist in it with a little mystery and murder and the biggest cover-up that Nick has to do with Maureen.

Episode Info

Prev: 1x03 -- A Matter of Simple Duplicity (Oct/03/2011)

Carol-Lynne insists on hiring a new bunny named Doris over Billy's objection and soon comes to regret it. Carol-Lynne is upset when Nick gets talked into socializing with Frances Dunhill instead of her as part of his public persona for the election. John Bianchi insists that Maureen knows more than she is telling about his father and she decides on a strategy to deal with him.

Eddie CibrianEddie Cibrian
As Nick Dalton
Laura BenantiLaura Benanti
As Carol-Lynne Cunningham
Amber HeardAmber Heard
As Maureen
Jenna DewanJenna Dewan
As Janie (as Jenna Dewan Tatum)
Naturi NaughtonNaturi Naughton
As Brenda
Leah ReneeLeah Renee
As Alice Beasley
Wes RamseyWes Ramsey
As Max
Jenifer LewisJenifer Lewis
As Pearl
David KrumholtzDavid Krumholtz
As Billy Rosen

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1x3: A Matter of Simple Duplicity recap: Carol-Lynne and Billy interview Bunny candidates so that one of them can fill up the burgeoning requirements at the club. Carol-Lynne chooses Doris Hall. Although Billy does not approve, Carol-Lynne is sure about taking her in.
Later, when Alice and Maureen moon over Nick – both agree he is a perfect guy. Maureen then tells her that she had made a big mistake of being in a relationship with a serious boyfriend. When she asks Alice about her husband Sean, she has to admit that their relation is just too complicated to talk about. Later, Max and Janie have a bout over the issue that she has not mentioned her marriage to Max. Janie claims hers is not the conventional marriage, and Max better get used to it... read more.

1x2: The Scarlet Bunny recap: The scene opens with the two men who found the key in line waiting to get into the Playboy Club. The Bunnies are getting ready and Maureen reads that Hef wants a Chicago Bunny to be on the cover of Playboy Magazine. Brenda comes over and asks what is going on and they let her know. She says that she is going to be the first negro on the cover of Playboy. Nick sees Carol-Lynne on stage. Backstage, Janie says that she doesn’t want to be photographed and says that she has her reasons. Benny comes over to Nick and says that he is a crazy guy for going after Maureen and then trying to get back with Carol-Lynn. Nick tells Billy that he didn’t sleep with Maureen, but something happened, just not what he thinks. Billy says that he heard that Bruno is gone, but Nick points out that Johnny is still around. Benny tells him not to worry about him. The men with the key enter and Maureen sees the name Clyde Hill be moved in the slots and gets scared... read more.

1x1: Pilot recap: The scene opens with Nick Dalton going up to the Playboy Club and is welcomed inside. He gives her his key and a Bunny says that Carol-Lynne is on downstairs. Maureen, a new Bunny, is in charge as cigarette girl. She watches Carol-Lynne on stage and Kate, another Bunny, comes up and says that Carol-Lynne was the first Bunny and can do what she wants. Brenda, another Bunny, comes up and tells Maureen that Carol-Lynne wouldn’t want to see them standing around either. A man comes up to Maureen and asks her to dance. She dances with him, but pulls away when he tries to grab her inappropriately. She continues to dance on the floor and Nick Dalton asks Billy Rosen if Maureen is new. Billy goes up to her and tells her to get back to work. Nick goes up to Maureen and he asks for cigarettes that she doesn’t have and tells that she needs to go in back... read more.
Recurring Guests

Troy Garity as John Bianchi (4 eps)
Sean Maher as Sean Beasley (3 eps)
Katherine Cunningham as Kate (3 eps)
Christian Stolte as Gus Bianchi (2 eps)
Robert Michael Vieau as city worker (2 eps)
Phil Ridarelli as Paul (2 eps)
John Hoogenakker as Leo Bianchi (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Family
Status: Canceled
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Mondays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 19, 2011
Ended: October 03, 2011
Episode Order: 13
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