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The Girls Next Door continues without the girls, but they're not gone either

by Jason Hughes, posted May 21st 2009 9:10AM
Kendra WilkinsonBridget Marquardt is already traveling the world showing us Bridget's Sexiest Beaches on the Travel Channel. Now it's Kendra Wilkinson's turn. Easily the most annoying of The Girls Next Door, Kendra's new E! show will premiere this fall. Now that all the girls have left the mansion, it's time to see what's next for them. And for Kendra, who was only 18 when the show premiered, it's about time she learned how to be an adult who isn't pampered by the staff at the Playboy Mansion.

And that's just what her show, cleverly called Kendra, will do as she prepares for her wedding next month. My wife is a fanatic for The Girls Next Door, so I've seen more than my fair share of them, and the show is actually much sweeter than you'd expect. One of my questions was what they would do with it now that the girls have left the nest. Apparently, the show will continue and presumably feature Hef's new girlfriends, the twins (not those twins, though I'm sure they're featured as well; they really are twins!).

The Wiki tells me that Holly Madison, Bridget and Kendra will still be featured in the new season, despite the fact that they've all broken up with Hef and moved on. I'm not even sure that it's a good idea. That press release for Kendra seems to indicate it's more a focus on Hef now, featuring his bevy of beautiful women. Wow, it's like Scrubs all over again, with a new batch of interns taking over the show. And Dr. Cocks Cox is still hanging around showing them the ropes.

Would you watch The Girls Next Door without Holly, Bridget and Kendra?
No way!547 (76.5%)
Sure! Bring on the twins!98 (13.7%)
I watch it for Hef.70 (9.8%)

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Kendra is terribly annoying. Can't imagine watching a show focused on her.

May 21 2009 at 3:41 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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