Celebrity Family Feud: Holly Madison Isn't Familiar With Hef's Nightstand

Last night on Celebrity Family Feud, The Girls Next Door faced off against the family of actor Vincent Pastore. (He's the guy who played Big Pussy on The Sopranos.) Interestingly, Bridget was the leader of her "family" instead of #1 girlfriend Holly. When it was Holly's turn to go up to the buzzer, the question seemed perfect for her, and kind of gave The Girls an unfair advantage: What does Hugh Hefner have on his nightstand? Holly answered, "little black book," which actually might be very true, but was not up on the board. The Pastores played the question, but then struck out, and The Girls won the round by getting the top answer: Viagra. (In the end though, they lost out to the Pastores.) Clip above.

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@Neutralize: I get the impression that Bridget is the "smart one" because she has a masters, and if I'm not mistaken it's a masters in Communications. NOT to shit talk anyone with a Communications masters, but it's not like it's in neuroscience, and she seems to be putting it to work with her radio show, which seems to be fulfilliing her ambition. So... yeah, make of that what you will. I still like her the best of the three of them.

@JerseyGrrrl: Ah, but "hot young women" are not "offered up" for Hef's consumption; they are there quite voluntarily! I am under the impression, via this show and my general interest in Hef's life and work (Playboy is a really good magazine. Seriously. It is!), that when Hef acquires a girlfriend he actually asks her out on dates and it goes from there, much like a real relationship. Now, of course, he tends to collect girlfriends in groups of 3-8, but I think Girls Next Door is refreshingly un-objectifying. These three girls and their playmate friends might be offering up their nude bodies of boys to drool over, but in the mansion and studios themselves, all of the employees, editors, photographers and staffers seem to have a lot of respect for all the women and treat them like real, thinking, feeling, caring human beings, which is far more progressive than I ever assumed it would be.