69 episodes

Weekly podcast following the Rogue Bunnies Web3 journey. Hear legendary stories about the Playboy Mansion from the playmates, staff and guests. For more information, visit roguebunnies.com and rbmayhemshow.com. ...And the Mayhem Continues!🤟

Rogue Bunnies Mayhem roguebunniesmayhem@gmail.com

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.0 • 59 Ratings

Weekly podcast following the Rogue Bunnies Web3 journey. Hear legendary stories about the Playboy Mansion from the playmates, staff and guests. For more information, visit roguebunnies.com and rbmayhemshow.com. ...And the Mayhem Continues!🤟

    Dutch Bihary - Body Paint Artist Extraordinaire & Skin Wars "Villain"

    Dutch Bihary - Body Paint Artist Extraordinaire & Skin Wars "Villain"

    When it comes to art, there isn’t much Dutch Bihary can’t do but he is the master of body painting. As stated on the Rogue Bunnies website, he’s a ”bad ass artist”.

    • 31 min
    Liz Stewart Part II - Bunny Dips & Landing Strips

    Liz Stewart Part II - Bunny Dips & Landing Strips

    Liz Stewart, Playmate of the Month for July ’84, was so good in her last episode that we had to have her back for Part II. If you read the episode title, the stories only get better.

    • 27 min
    Liz Stewart: From Bunny Club To Miss July '84

    Liz Stewart: From Bunny Club To Miss July '84

    Liz Stewart started her Playboy journey by going to an “open call” at the Playboy Club in Los Angeles. From there, it took her to the centerfold of the July ‘84 issue to a career as Playboy’s set designer.

    • 28 min
    James Gonis: The Bunny's Zen Master

    James Gonis: The Bunny's Zen Master

    James Gonis worked in Playboy Promotions for 21 years. What do they do in Playboy Promotions? James and the Rogue Bunnies Mayhem team will tell you all about it.

    • 31 min
    Amanda Rome West - The New Age Playboy Creator

    Amanda Rome West - The New Age Playboy Creator

    Amanda Rome West is ONLY 26 but she’s already living out her dream as a model, recording artist, runs her own entertainment group and even finds time to host her own podcast. And, she’s not done.

    • 29 min
    Butler Bryant Horowitz Back By "Popular Demand"

    Butler Bryant Horowitz Back By "Popular Demand"

    We had to have Bryant Horowitz back for another round of stories. Between Bryant and host Brian Olea, there’s almost 40 years of experience inside the Playboy Mansion ”Butler’s Pantry” and there are more tales to tell.

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

3.0 out of 5
59 Ratings

59 Ratings

Tallyn30 ,

Why all the hate?

I’d love to hear playboy interviews, the stories are always so fascinating, but it always turns into “let’s talk trash” - why can’t the episode just be about the guest and their unique experiences? It’s unbearable when great stories are just a medium for just calling other women liars. What a waste of what could be a great podcast.

AmandaFitzy ,

I really wanted to like this podcast

I was so excited when I found this podcast. A perspective on a cultural icon from a variety of guests is just what I was looking for. I’ve listened for months and it has become incredibly difficult to continue. Brian, while I believe is well meaning, repeatedly down plays and dismisses negative experiences that anyone had with Hef. He reports that he only ever saw good things and thus implies that only good things ever happened at the mansion. It feels just so out of touch. We can recognize that Hef did a lot of good while not dismissing others experiences at the same time.

LA Book Freak ,

The cringiest podcast out there…

If you’re into double standards, victim shaming, cult behavior & stuck in the past/ misogynistic banter…(gross) this podcast is for you! I thought these people would give a true unbiased opinion about the “mansion days” but they waste no time drawing that line in the sand. “I lived this life, you didn’t” vibes reeks of superiority and turned me off from listening any further. The “only WE KNOW what it’s like” mentality makes no sense considering they bash others who *lived that life* too but had a different experience. What’s more comical is that this group of people think they are special because they knew a famous person and can’t admit he had flaws/ troubles in life. Sad that they can’t let go of a certain chapter in their lives and continue to criticize others that are doing the same, sort to speak. Give credit where credit is due, we wouldn’t know any of you if it weren’t for the cameras IE: GND. Interesting that “era” is skipped over.

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