Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 71
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Executive Video
Cast: Peter North, Lacey Rose, Dawn Devine, Lois Ayre, Tiffany Mynx, T.T. Boy, Nicole London, Natasha Marie, June (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Do you enjoy soap operas? How about a soap with less talk and more real sex? Peter North is a silver-haired executive whose son, T.T. Boy, walks in on dad and his luscious secretary about to do the dirty deed. Junior wants nothing to do with this sort of thing and leaves. Dad's secretary asks for a big bonus, and earns it… every inch.
Concerned about his son's sexual preference, dad and another tasty secretary plan to advertise for a wife for sonny. The reward would be ten million dollars. But instead of placing the ad, North's blonde beauty goes right to the source – but no before Peter gives the sex-starved secretary a tongue lashing. He actually goes down on a woman, but he stops! What a tease. Well, the secretary quite her job so Dad asks his son to interview two luscious blonds, Aryes and Rose, for the position. They're quite skillful in many positions, indeed. The steamy girl-on-girl action seems to excite the anal retentive yuppie who replies, "Talented yes, but I wonder if they can type?" I'm sure that's at the top of all our minds.
After informing T.T. about the ad, Morgan is confronted by London, a leather-clad dominatrix. Of course Morgan lies about his identity to get into London's pants. She's eager to please… and does.
Later, Tiffany Mynx comes a calling. She's here to collect for the homeless, but once she gets inside the house, T.T. decides he loves her and she consents to marry him. Then they have sex. What? Talk about your quickies. But the coupling must have been good, because he's blinded by her deceit. "I can't believe I've finally found a woman who doesn't want me for my money." She divulges, "I don't want you for your money; it's your father that's writing me the check."
Treachery, deceit, steamy sex – it's all here in this high-powered soaper. Higher marks might have been given if everyone's acting had been up to standards and soapier standards.