Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 75
Director: Eric Edwards
Cast: Kirsty Waay, Peter North, Danyel Cheeks, Steven St. Croix, Annabelle Dane, Rachel Love
Critical Rating: AAA
Pachard spins a campfire tale to Marc Wallice about Barbi, the big breast inventor of Barbecue Sauce. Seems that Barbi (Cheeks) has a secret sauce that everybody loved on their ribs. Cheeks, with the help of her Indian love partner Kirsty Waay, opens a big pit barbecue on Waay's land. Besides muff diving, the girls also like to cook. So it doesn't take long for word to get around that there is fine eating at Barbi's (The food isn't too bad either.
Alex Sanders and Annabelle Dane prove that by having dinner, then take each other for dessert. Sanders shoves his long bone up her ass, then empties cream sauce all over her neck and tits in the best scene on the tape. But as Cheeks' establishment gets known, it attracts greedy people who wanted the secret sauce for themselves. Enter St. Croix. He and his mistress (Rachel Love) plot to take the place for their own. But first, St. Croix takes Rachel. After some energetic humping the dastardly St. Croix puts some love moves on Love, then, with his fake map, convinces Cheeks she is on his land.
Waay rushes to Cheeks' rescue. After all, they are bosom buddies. (Such bosoms!) Waay knows that the real map is in the possession of the village idiot (North). She seduces him, gets the map, defeats St. Croix, and then she and Cheeks live happily ever after.
Although my screener copy has all types of audio problems, it's obvious that more than a decent amount of effort went into this satire. Worth stocking especially if you like silly plots mixed in with your sauce.