Released: Jan 01st, 1991
Running Time: 73
Director: Scotty Fox
Company: Moonlight Entertainment
Cast: Marc Wallice, Casey Williams, Ashley Nicole, Angela Summers, Sequoia (Holly Davidson), Randy West
Critical Rating: AAA
I was expecting some more gender switching antics but was somewhat disappointed to learn that we have another sequel in name only. A narrator first tells us a fable about “the spider and the ant,” and then the cast proceeds to give us a story that seems to have absolutely nothing to do with the fable. But those are the worst things that I could find with this Cash Markman script about a politician who hits on his female constituents. The very funny political humor includes Randy West’s explanation of busing which is the quintessential politician’s theory of integration and is hilarious.
Equally amusing is Marc Wallice in drag, possibly the first for him. Jerry Butler can sleep soundly. Marc is no threat to him. On the real girl front, Angela Summers and Ashley Nicole are in the very beginnings of their careers in adult video (as of this writing) and are each in their own way super nice and super sexy. Between the two of them they are in four of the five action scenes and make this highly amusing comedy well worth the look.