Episode 8: A Model Life.
Cape Town has become a trendy hotspot for the modelling world. The Baroness takes a behind-the-scenes look at this decadent industry by visiting a top model agency in the heart of the city. The Baroness probes aspects of modelling life, from sex and drugs to the ‘casting couch’, and even takes to the catwalk in a lesson on how to ‘walk the walk’. She becomes the focus of a provocative photo shoot by convincing the photographer to take pictures of her with a deliriously beautiful male model. The episode ends with an interview with hot new writer, director and Generations actor Akin Omotoso, who discusses the pros and cons of being viewed as the ‘next big thing’.Episode 9: In Private
The Baroness drops in on an exclusive club - a private and very decadent swingers venue where couples freely swap partners for a dance and then perhaps for much more. The Baroness is taken on a grand tour through the establishment, from the clothing optional dance floor and private cubicles to the popular voyeurs’ room. She chats to nude swingers on their relationships and motivations, fascinated by this unconventional lifestyle in which “sharing” has a whole new meaning. The Baroness caps the episode by visiting theatre doyen Dawn Lindberg at her home where Dawn discusses her ‘love bush’ as well as her involvement with the controversial “Vagina Monologues”.Episode 10: Love the Nightlife.
Cape Town is known as one of the hottest gay capitals of the world and the Baroness ventures out in exploration of the bars, clubs and restaurants that make up this vibrant nightlife. Together with Gino, she goes clubbing in the heart of the Gay Village, chatting to some of its owners and bar staff along the way. The episode closes with an intimate chat with the sexy and ever-so stylish pop star Lebo Mathosa. The Baroness asks her about catfights, loosing her virginity and the lesbian rumours that the tabloids can’t get enough of.