Wednesday 7/8/15

Happy peak of the week, welcome to another Playboy Morning Show.

We’re deep into the summer now, and it’s time to break out the tongs and comical apron as you stand near the charcoal and show off your Y chromosome. So, we had our models turn chefs and try their hands at a Man Skill: making your own BBQ sauce. It’s a pretty straight-forward process, but still makes you sound like the badass you are, and these ladies proved that it isn’t hard to make some pretty good barbecue sauce. Mainly because it’s just sugar, salt, and vinegar.


After that, we ran through some Stupid Human News, where Dan read some stories about people doing dumb shit in the world, and then Dan and Andrea had to guess if it was real or something we just made up. It’s oftentimes impossible to tell the difference between reality and fantasy, and that’s a good lesson for life. Probably.

Next, we took dear old Dan out from behind the desk and put him in the Friend Zone, as our models on the couch either gave him the green light or kept him locked up based on his answers to hypothetical questions. We have to say, Dan navigated that maze of social cues quite well, but even he got tripped up a few times, showing that even the best of us can find himself trapped in a place straight out of the Twilight Zone: the Friend Zone.

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We took a short break and then brought out our guest for the day, Spike Feresten, of “Car Matchmaker” on the Esquire Channel, Wednesdays at 9/8C. Spike knows wayyy more than a thing or two about cars, and even gave Dan some tips on how to turn his car-buying life around. Sounds like Dan needs all the help he can get, hopefully Spike lets him on his show.

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To close out the show, we played No Boobs For You, in honor of Spike, who wrote the famous “Soup Nazi” episode of “Seinfeld” back in the day. We asked him car-related trivia questions and for every right answer, the girls flashed their boobs. But if he got the answer wrong, they shouted “No boobs for you!” and turned him down. It’s funny, most of these models were born in the ’90’s, during “Seinfeld”‘s initial syndicated run on TV. That’s one way to make you feel old.


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