Who pays for anything and everything they can imagine when they can get it for free?
Mollie: I find it fascinating that Flanders says “the battle has been won.” On the one hand, he shows a certain self-awareness about the nature and outcome of the war that was being waged by story was mostly noteworthy for letting me know that Hugh Hefner is still alive, God bless him—dreamed of a world where gentlemen enjoy all these luxuries—cigars, fine spirits, voluptuous and willing women who exist to cater to their whims.
However, they all pale in comparison to Hugh Hefner who became the living embodiment of the Playboy brand.
I should mention that Hefner's role as brand champion was one he played with vigor and resolute purpose.
(Hefner once said that "Masters and Johnson showed tremendous courage in their research.") In fact, when Masters and Johnson visited Chicago they often stayed and hung out at the original Playboy Mansion.