had a lot working against it before it even aired its premiere episode.The NBC show about the original Playboy Club in early 1960s Chicago was accused of being anti-feminist and nostalgic for a time when women were pieces of scenery while men paid to look (and sometimes touch). After three poorly rated episodes of , NBC has given it the ax.
You can channel her with a white corset or tank top, black shorts, and knee-high boots.Even its stars, like Amber Heard, sticking up for their smart and self-aware characters couldn’t prove to skeptics that they felt empowered in their bunny tails (their claims even offended Gloria Steinem). I always had a glimmer of hope for the show because it had star power.It had the great city of Chicago as its backdrop (Full disclosure: I’m biased.) It had the mob, the music, the beautiful women. I don’t think it was the controversy, started by the Parents’ Television Council.Source Instead of going for a sexy bunny costume, go for something funny, like the Energizer bunny. You can make this a couples costume with your partner dressed as a battery (exciting!), or you can just be the Energizer bunny on your own.