Bridget Marquardt Dishes on The Girls Next Door

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Hugh Hefner and his three girlfriends - Holly Madison, Bridget Marquardt, and Kendra Wilkinson - have returned to give viewers a taste of the Playboy lifestyle on The Girls Next Door.

The group is back for season four of the reality series.

In an interview with TV Guide, Bridget Marquardt discussed the wacky adventures in store for the coming episodes. A few of the spoilers she revealed include:

According to Marquardt, her brother - who just returned home from Iraw - and her her whole family will be coming to the New Year's party at the Playboy mansion. Bridget also hinted on upcoming storylines involving an Alaskan adventure.

"[Holly Madison] spent some of her childhood in Alaska, so we go with her family there and that's an interesting experience because even though we were in Ketchikan, which is one of the bigger cities, it's so little! It makes where I'm from look like a metropolis," she said.

"And then we get on a float plane to go to this tiny place called Craig, Alaska, and the float plane actually breaks down while we're in air. So we have to make an emergency landing at some obscure fishing village in the middle of nowhere."

As always, The Girls Next Door will also be gearing up with a couple of costumes to coincide with their sensual escapades.

After seeing Marquardt in a vintage 1940s-style pin-up sailor bathing suit in the premiere, fans can expect the 34-year-old reality TV star in a belly dancer-type costume for an Arabian Nights-themed Midsummer Night's Dream party.

Finally, Marquardt also mentioned a plot involving Kendra Wilkinson's mother.

"Kendra's mom gets a full makeover and we do her reveal at the Midsummer Night's Dream party, and Kendra hires a guy stripper to do this striptease for her mom…right in the middle of the party," she said.

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