Monday 2/1/16

February has begun! It may be the shortest month, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be any less packed full of great episodes of the Playboy Morning Show.

We started the show by combining political bumper stickers and our models’ hot bumpers (maybe you can see where this is going). That’s right, we had our models throw their proverbial hats into the election ring and show off their very own slogans, conveniently placed right on their rear ends. Honk if you’re horny!

Our first guest for the hour was Chris Gaida, author of the book “Arm Candy,” which is out now via Amazon, Kindle, Nook, Barnes and Noble, and anywhere else words are written on pages. The book follows Chris’ exploits as a ‘celebrity escort,’ and features hot gossip about Hollywood’s behind-the-scenes drama, and tips on how to get into any Awards After-Party. Just in time for the Oscars!



We then had our models try their hands at being a red carpet liaison, walking their own “celebs” through a gauntlet of famous trials and tribulations. Don’t forget to smile.

After a quick break, we came back to welcome in our next guest, G Love, from the band G Love and Special Sauce, whose new album “Love Saves the Day” is out now. G Love talked about the new album, and about his early days playing guitar in Harvard Square and getting mistaken for a homeless man. Get the album and help keep G Love off the streets!


To close out the show, we played Your Song Tit-les with our guest, as our sexy models came back in once more to silently act out the song titles from G Love and Special Sauces’ extensive collection. Try this out at your next party if you want people to quiet down.

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