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.
Did You Know?
The Doris Hall character was based on Gloria Steinem
, a reporter who wrote an expose on the real life Playboy Club of the 1960s called I Was A Playboy Bunny. See more
The bunnies dance to a record of Little Eva's The Loco-Motion, which was recorded in 1962, a year after the series is set. See more
Written by Gerry Goffin
and Carole King
Produced by Gerry Goffin
Performed by Little Eva See more