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V.I.P.: Vallery of the Dolls

V.I.P. is hired to find kidnapped Rogue magazine centerfold models and to protect the remaining ones at the mansion.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x9
Production Number: 111
Airdate: Saturday November 21st, 1998

Guest Stars
Angelle BrooksAngelle Brooks
As Maxine
Karen KimKaren Kim
As Jennifer Conran
Andrea Kim WalkerAndrea Kim Walker
As Shandah (Credited as Andre'a Kim Walker)
As Himself
Jessica Lee MaiderJessica Lee Maider
As Karmen De La Vega
Mark Nutter (2)Mark Nutter (2)
As Man Onscreen
Ping WuPing Wu
As Chang
Renee TenisonRenee Tenison
As Donna Fabre
Robin ThomasRobin Thomas
As Gower Jantzen
Ron YuanRon Yuan
As Kazuo
Sydney WalshSydney Walsh
As Woman
Main Cast
Pamela AndersonPamela Anderson
As Vallery "Val" Irons
Molly CulverMolly Culver
As Tasha Dexter
Shaun Baker (1)Shaun Baker (1)
As Quick Theodore Williams
Natalie RaitanoNatalie Raitano
As Nikki Franco
Leah LailLeah Lail
As Kay Simmons
Episode Notes
Guest star Jessica Lee Maider was the Playboy Playmate of the Month for August of 1996.

Guest star Nikki Scheiler Ziering was the Playboy Playmate Of The Month for September of 1997.

Guest star Renee Tenison was the Playboy Playmate Of The Month for November of 1989. She was also 1990's Playmate of the Year.

Episode Goofs
V.I.P.'s telephone number was previously given as being (213)555-1020 in "Bloody Val-entine", however in this episode, V.I.P.'s telephone number is given as (310)155-1VIP, which comes out as (310)155-1847.

Cultural References
The episode title "Vallery Of The Dolls" is a reference to the 1966 novel "Valley Of The Dolls". The novel was later adapted into a 1967 film directed by Mark Robson.

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