The mere idea of a sequel is pretty frightening, but Flexxx 2 manages to rise above the mediocrity. It's almost as funny as Charles Manson's parole hearings, but unlike the final decision on C.M.'s future, the sex often lets loose.
Alex Sanders and Vince Vouyer reprise their roles as rival bodybuilders Joe-Eat-Her and Carlo Sergio. Vince, also a "scientist," is angry with Alex's decision to ban him from the bodybuilding society (a fight over a woman, naturally) and successfully sabotages Alex's empire with a muscle-deflating formula called "Butane B." Never mind that Vince - the creator - continually refers to it as "Propane B."
Alex, again wonderfully costumed in a fake torso replete with overly bulging muscles, has ingested "Butane/Propane B" and begins to convulse. He manages to get in a doggie/mish with the comically accented Sofia before passing out (Sofia: "I glad I fuck-en heem before he get like thees!"). No initial penetration shot, but the sex improves as it goes along, and ends in a facial.
Jake Williams (Dr. Kevorka), called in to diagnose the comatose and twitching Alex, summons the almost too-cute Mrs. Eat-Her (Kaitlyn Ashley). She reveals that she only desires buff guys, which somehow translates into a fairly hot b.j./doggie/mish with the decidedly non-musclebound Jake.
Lab techs Brittany O'Connell and Rachel Love express a desire to climb Vince's Stairmaster. Vince gives each girl her own reverse cowgirl, but the scene is poorly edited, reducing its overall effectiveness considerably.
Kaitlyn threatens to blackmail Vince (she's got pix of him with short hair; he's appropriately devastated by the news). She does her usual drooling blowjob bit, and his thorough exploration of her clit causes a few mini-convulsions nearly as intense as Alex's, which escalate to an authentic-looking climax during their missionary.
Not only is there an actual story ending, it's even a happy one. Sex-wise, the last scene is the real eye-catcher, but the dialogue and Alex's performance (which, much to Vince's chagrin, inadvertently cracks up Kaitlyn) justify the extra half A in the rating. A perfect example of a vid that never takes itself seriously - but thankfully, lets the audience in on the joke.