One keyholder on the main board wasn't involved with the show however: W. Shakespear.
Many names visible on the wall of key-holders who are present in the club that night are those of men involved in the production of the TV show: e.g. Joshua Zylstra (leadman), Cliff Zimowski (art department coordinator), John Ziganto (labor foreman), Adrian Cortez (production assistant)and Brady Breen (location manager).
Nick: You take care of the key, I'll take care of the name.
Maureen: (walks toward the two men) Cigarettes?
Fake Keyholder #1: (nervously)Ye..yes.
Maureen: May I see the members key please? (is handed the key) Thank you. (looks at the back of it) Uh-oh.
Carol-Lynne: And bunnys are never to go home with keyholders. (turns to walk away)
Maureen: Yes, ma'am.
Carol-Lynne: (stops, turns around and says with a menacing look and low voice) Never call me that again.
Brenda: (about the competition to be on the next Playboy Magazine's cover)So I guess it's everybunny for herself.
John Bianchi: You are a thing of beauty.
Maureen: I am not a thing.
Songs: In the Mood (The Andrew Sisters) performed by Laura Benati
Walk Like a Man (Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons) performed by Terry Dexter
Can I Steal a Little Love? (Frank Sinatra)
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: September 26, 2011 on Citytv
United Kingdom Airdate: Sept. 20th
Scarlet Bunny: Hidden Secrets and Forbidden Love
Maureen is called the Scarlet Bunny by Carol-Lynne after she again catches her talking with Nick, to whom she thinks Maureen wants. In the 1850 story, The Scarlet Letter, the main character Hester must wear a bright red "A" to mark her as an adulterous woman.