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  • - Hey, how's it going?

  • Hello.

  • What do we have?

  • This is the iconic Playboy logo chair.

  • Now, this is from Playmate Promotions,

  • so it's seen a lot of tail.

  • OK.

  • I mean bunny tail, you know?

  • [nervous laughter]

  • I came down to the pawnshop because I,

  • a former Playboy bunny, have a bunch of Playboy collectibles.

  • And this time, I brought an iconic Playboy,

  • rabbit-head-shaped chair.

  • I'm asking $600 for it.

  • And I'm sure that it's well worth it.

  • So this chair's kind of infamous, right?

  • Well, yeah, you can say that.

  • These chairs are used for the Playmate Promotions.

  • I'm sure you're somewhat aware of the history

  • of Playboy and the Playboy--

  • It was on the cover.

  • And she was the first African-American woman ever

  • to be on the cover of "Playboy."

  • Right?

  • That's exactly right.

  • Yep, and it was more than a little bit controversial.

  • She was also the first one to pose nude on the cover.

  • That's right.

  • So is this the same chair she sat on?

  • This is not the same chair.

  • This chair has been used for the Playboy Playmate parties.

  • All right, so tell me the story with the chair.

  • Where did it come from?

  • Well, I was at a party called the Playboy 50 party.

  • And it was just a one-night party.

  • And they did it in 50 different cities

  • with a number of the Playmates.

  • These chairs were in the VIP room, as was

  • I, with the other Playmates.

  • So you're at the party, and you snuck out a chair.

  • I wouldn't say that.

  • You really think I can, like, take this

  • and stick it under my shirt?

  • I bet you had somebody with you that could.

  • The Playboy bunny is so iconic, it's

  • right up there with Nike and McDonald's when

  • it comes to being recognized.

  • But just because people might walk into the shop

  • and recognize the image doesn't mean they're going to buy it.

  • I've got to make sure I'm going to make a profit.

  • What are you looking to get out of it?

  • OK, well, I'm asking $600 for it.

  • Um-- I'll take 4 for it.

  • Um-- could you do 5?

  • If it was actually the one that Stern had on the cover,

  • it'd be a lot of money.

  • A lot of money.

  • You said there was 50 parties in 50 states--

  • Right.

  • --for their 50th.

  • And again, how many of these actually wound in the hands

  • of the public, I don't know.

  • I'll tell you what.

  • I'll go-- I'll go $450.

  • $475.

  • Nope.

  • Oh.

  • $450 is the best I could do.

  • Well, in that case--

  • Deal?

  • You got a deal.

  • All right, Chum will write you up.

  • OK, thanks.

  • Come on.

  • You know? $450--

  • I know a Playboy tail is worth more than that.

  • But then again, this is a chair.

  • And I'm not really thrilled about the idea

  • of carrying it back home again.

  • I think it'll go great here with the decor.

  • Chum, it's not your break, so what are you doing?

  • Just kind of thinking, kind of brainstorming a little.

  • Keeping my stuff moving up here.

  • About what?

  • Well, I just want to reinvent myself, you know, like--

  • like a new Chum.

  • That might be a good thing.

  • You want to be a little bit more like me?

  • I could take you under my wing. I can teach you about business.

  • I can teach you about how to be more responsible,

  • how to save your money.

  • Ye-- no.

  • I was thinking more like my boy, Hugh.

  • Hugh who?

  • Now, that's a Playboy.

  • Are you referring to Hugh Hefner?

  • Exactly.

  • I mean--

  • You want to be like Hugh Hefner.

  • Yeah.

  • Nothing like you, everything like Hugh.

  • Playboy business mogul, billionaire.

  • Well, I don't know if he's a billionaire,

  • but very hardworking businessman is

  • what got him where he is today.

  • I think it would be better to emulate

  • a responsible businessman.

  • And then maybe you can start making more money,

  • and saving more money, and maybe elevate

  • your lifestyle that way.

  • Yeah, but I don't know any responsible businessmen.

  • [sighs]

  • [ding]

  • Dude, you're dripping in sweat.

  • Are you trying to act like Hugh Hefner?

  • I prefer the word "emulate."

  • What are you doing?

  • I'm calling a customer.

  • Is Sue Heartbreak there?

  • Chum.

  • What?

  • Chum.

  • There's a phone in the warehouse.

  • Hang the phone up.

  • [click]

  • Look, I'm gonna pass out back there.

  • It's way too hot.

  • [sniffling]

  • Well, if you'd take the robe off, you wouldn't be as hot.

  • I'm committed to this.

  • Do you think Mr. Hefner would just stop

  • doing what he put his mind to?

  • No.

  • Commitment gets you where you need to be in life.

  • Hugh Hefner had his own business.

  • He didn't work for somebody.

  • I wanted to use the phone, so--

  • No.

  • Either lose the robe, or you're gonna stay in the back.

  • No.

  • [music playing]

  • No one tells Hugh Hefner what to do.

- Hey, how's it going?

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