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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Pilot

Maureen's new job as a Playboy bunny becomes complicated when she receives the unwanted attention of a prominent mobster. She is helped by Nick Dalton who is a top attorney in town, and who is dating Carol-Lynne who does not appreciate Nick and Maureen's sudden relationship.
Guest Stars: Sean Maher as Sean Beasley | Karen LeBlanc as Tina Turner | Troy Garity as John Bianchi |
Co-Guest Stars: Hugh M. Hefner as narrator | Christian Stolte as Gus Bianchi | Katherine Cunningham as Kate (door bunny) | Randy Steinmeyer as Clyde Hill (Bruno Bianchi) | John Hoogenakker as Leo Bianchi | Dan Stearns as young Hef | Laura Coover as Sharon (naked bunny) | Michael Collins (3) as Joshua | Steven Pasquale as young Hef's voice (1961) | Rich Komenich as politico | Adrian Byrd as Ike Turner | Derin Adesida as Ikette #1 | Logan Vaughn as Ikette #2 | Whitney White as Ikette #3 | Erin Breen as Sally | Tim McCarthy as young trader | Andrew Goetten as young trader #2 | Andre Teamer as Louis Wilson | Robert Michael Vieau as city worker (as Michael Vieau) | Phil Ridarelli as Paul
Director: Alan Taylor
Songs: Frank Sinatra -- Chicago, That Toddlin' Town, The Marvelettes -- Playboy, The Crew-Cuts -- Sh-Boom, Ike & Tina Turner -- Shake a Tail Feather, Ike & Tina Turner -- Tina's Wish

2 :01x02 - The Scarlet Bunny

One of the Playboy Club bunnies will be selected as a cover girl for the magazine, but not everyone is happy about the extra attention into their past. Carol-Lynne takes her new job as Bunny Mother seriously and focuses most of her attention on Maureen. Nick needs the support of Mayor Daley to win his election but the price will not be cheap.
Guest Stars: Sean Maher as Sean Beasley | Art LaFleur as Mayor Richard M. Daley | Troy Garity as John Bianchi |
Co-Guest Stars: Christian Stolte as Gus Bianchi | Katherine Cunningham as Kate (door bunny) | Phil Ridarelli as Paul | John Hoogenakker as Leo Bianchi | Robert Michael Vieau as Ned | Bruce Jarchow as Dick Beasley | Hollis Resnik as Mary Beasley | Janet Ulrich Brooks as Midge | Jessica Joy as Mildred | James Farruggio as young Hef |
Uncredited: Terry Dexter as singer
Director: Scott Winant
Story: Chad Hodge, Karyn Usher | Teleplay: Chad Hodge
Songs: Frank Sinatra -- Can I Steal a Little Love?, The Andrews Sisters -- In the Mood, The Four Seasons -- Walk Like a Man

3 :01x03 - A Matter of Simple Duplicity

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.
Guest Stars: Sean Maher as Sean Beasley | Cassidy Freeman as Frances Dunhill | Joel Gretsch as Jimmy Wallace | Carrie Coon as Doris Hall | Terry Hamilton as Arthur Dunhill | Colbie Caillat as Lesley Gore | Troy Garity as John Bianchi |
Co-Guest Stars: Katherine Cunningham as Kate (door bunny) | Gregory Anderson as Grant | Mandy Modic as Prospective Bunny | Jim Carrane as Stan Jacobi (as Jimmy Carrane)
Writer: Mark Fish
Songs: Frank Sinatra -- I've Got You Under My Skin, Lesley Gore -- It's My Party, Frank Sinatra -- The Lady Is a Tramp, Little Eva -- The Loco-Motion

4 :01x04 - The Dream House and How to Avoid It

When the bunnies are asked to perform on television, all are excited to show off their talents. However, Bunny Brenda must make the hard choice to turn down the opportunity or participate and risk being disowned by her family. With Nick and Carol-Lynne's relationship back on track, John Bianchi seeks her help to get the real truth about Bunny Maureen and what happened the night his father went missing. Meanwhile, Billy finds himself in over his head in gambling debts with the wrong people and ends up losing more than just money.

Source: NBC
Guest Stars: Troy Garity as John Bianchi

5 :01x05 - Trouble in Makeoutsville

When Maureen (Amber Heard) is put in an awkward position with a club key holder, she decides to take a stand for her and her fellow bunnies. However, in the process, she ends up putting the club in jeopardy making things even worse between she and Carol-Lynne (Laura Benanti). As always, Nick (Eddie Cibrian) is ready to help, but Billy (David Krumholtz) and Carol-Lynne think his involvement will only ruin his chances at winning the State's Attorney race. Meanwhile, Alice (Leah Renee) is encouraged to go on a first date, but is hesitant about taking the next step

Source: NBC

6 :01x06 - A Tryst of Fate

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7 :01x07 - Unknown Title

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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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