Monday 6/8/15

The weekend may be over, but that doesn’t mean you have to act like it! Take a personal day with the Playboy Morning Show.

To start off the show, we played a great arcade game from days of yore: the claw game! Turns out that many of those machines are totally rigged (shocker), but ours here in the Mini Mansion is 100% real. It also contains bras on top of hot models, for a little added adult incentive. Not that those weird Garfield plush toys are terrible or anything.

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After that, we welcomed in Brandon LaGanke and John Carlucci, co-directors of the art/sex movie “Drone Boning.” There’s nothing like sweeping landscapes and breathtaking cinematography to really get that blood pumping, and with the added fun of a “Where’s Waldo”-esque challenge, we’re huge fans of this concept. Is it the future of porn? Time will tell, but it certainly is fun to watch.

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While the guys were in the room with us, we had our models come in and try to find themselves in our own Aerola View segment. I spy with my little eye a sexy lady hidden in the trees…

We took a short break and then came back with our next guest, Karlie Redd, star of VH1’s “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta.” Karlie’s got a super busy schedule, what with her new make-up, lingerie, and liquor deals happening (not to mention starring in a TV show), so we feel lucky that we got a chance to talk with her. To close out the show, we brought out our models one last time as they pitched themselves as entrepreneurs to our esteemed guest, showing off their own logos and salesperson skills. It’s like the she-wolves of wall street in here.

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