A special guest comes to visit Kendra and Hank’s Calabasas pad!
Kendra calls Mary at the mansion to invite Hef over. MMQuote: “Getting him past the tennis court or past the swimming pool is a major issue, especially as far out as Calabasas.” Kendra is well aware Hef does not leave the mansion for such social calls, especially after living there for five years. However, Mary is going to try her best to convince Hef to pay a visit to see Kendra and the family. KOTQuote: “I’m crossing my fingers, Mary.” Kendra thinks it is a long shot, and is worried that Hef won’t come. Hank is more optimistic though. KOTQuote: “Hef loves you too much.” Mary calls and says Hef would love to come out to see the house and Little Hank. All Kendra needs to do is find a place for the helicopter to land. KOTQuote: “Where the hell are we gonna find a helicopter pad?” Next stop… Google and a grocery store!
Looks like Hank is in charge of arranging the helipad, but at least Mary gave him the name of someone who may help. KOTQuote: “What the hell does catching a football have to do with finding a helicopter landing?” Unfortunately, Anthony let’s Hank know there are a lot of permits involved with using the helicopter pad as well. Looks like this is a little more work than Hank thought!
At the grocery store, Hank and Kendra try and find all the staples for a “Hef approved” shindig. The first order of business is perfectly rounded, non-broken, Lay’s potato chips. Make sure you shake them to assure they are all intact. Unfortunately, like a kid in a candy store Kendra gets distracted by all the other items in the aisles (cake, cheese, hot sauce, etc). At the end of the trip, this couple is $300 in the hole and the owners of 2 crushed bags of Lay’s potato chips. KOTQuote: “$300 for a quick visit?”
Patti and Colin arrive for the festivities while Kendra and Hank are getting things in order. “The women in the Wilkinson family do not cook. But, what we do know how to do is ‘boss.’” Kendra quickly puts Colin on chip duty and Patti in charge of corn. Jessica and Bethany arrive just in time to help set up outside. KOTQuote: “Thank God I had people around to help me because I have no idea what I’m doing.” With Hef 15 minutes away, chaos ensues. Luckily, Hank is calm and collect and leaves to pick up Hef with Little Hank in his tricked out car. The ladies stay back with Colin to prepare all the other goodies, including finishing the fried chicken and making mashed potatoes.
Hef arrives at Casa Baskett, and Kendra is so excited to see Hef. Hef is impressed with the tidiness Kendra has adopted in her new home. KOTQuote: “This is grown up Kendra.” Kendra takes Hef on a tour of the house, but when Hef asks to go upstairs Hank scrambles to make their room is presentable. Luckily, they start off with Little Hank’s room… Nice diversion. KOTQuote: “Hef did see some of my mess, but at least it wasn’t like my mess at the mansion.”
Hef is excited to see Patti and the rest of the family, and is very delighted to eat his non-broken potato chips and fried chicken. KOTQuote: “He wasn’t eating any chicken, he was eating MY chicken!” Hef is so great with Little Hank. KOTQuote: “How amazing is that? How crazy is that?” Kendra talks about her Love Candy kit with Hef, and gets very embarrassed when the girls urge her to talk about the extra “toys” that will be added. Hef and Kendra agree that there is more of a push back on sex in current society, and that people should be able to explore and discuss sex freely. KOTQuote: “I will forever be Hugh Hefner’s friend.” Hef truly is an inspiration to Kendra, and it’s amazing to see how much Hef has influenced Kendra’s life. KOTQuote: “I want to live my life honest, pure and happy just like Hugh Hefner does.”
Is Hank ready to start his new acting career or will he give in to nerves? Will Kendra wow the teachers at Little Hank’s potential preschool? WE want to know what you think!